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Eastern Norway Gjøvik Nordre Land

Spåtindtoppen - 20 km

  • Krokhølen, Synnfjellvegen, Nord-Torpa
  • +47 90280681
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Overview

Trail leading from Krokhølen in Synnadalen (800 m) and up to Spåtindtoppen (1414 m).

Trail leading from Krokhølen in Synnadalen (800 m) and up to Spåtindtoppen (1414 m).

If you aim is to reach the high mountain, the Krokhølen – Spåtindtoppen trip is ideal. The climb to the top is 10 km, with a 600 m elevation gain – from around 800 m at the starting point to 1414 m at the top. After 2 km, you have reached the tree-line and will have the mountain in front of you. If in luck, you get to see herds of reindeer grazing in the area.

Despite the elevation gain, the trail is relatively easy to ski. There are only two to three hills where herringbone climbing is required. If you are reasonable fit, the trip to the top takes 2-3 hours. Due to harsh weather conditions, trail grooming rarely starts before the winter holidays.  Hence, the trip is at its most popular during the winter and Easter holidays.

If the weather is good and you feel fit, an option is to continue down to Lenningen and then back to the hotel across Skjervungsfjellet and down to Krokhølen. The full distance is then 50 km.


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  • Source: Visit Lillehammer

Facts

Effort Level
Medium
Duration
3 hours
Landscape
Mountain area
Season
Winter
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