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Eastern Norway Innlandet LOM

The cultural path in Lom National Park Village

  • Sognefjellsvegen 17, Sognefjellsvegen 17, Lom
  • +47 61212990
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Overview

This is a cultural path that starts in the center of Lom National Park Village. See Rondane in the east, Dovrefjell and Reinheimen in the north, Breheimen in the west and Jotunheimen in the south.

This is a cultural path that starts in the center of Lom National Park Village. See Rondane in the east, Dovrefjell and Reinheimen in the north, Breheimen in the west and Jotunheimen in the south. You can also see the highest mountain in Norway; Galdhøpiggen if you take a detour to Læshø!

Map and information

From the roundabout in the center of Lom National Park Village, go 150 meters east along highway 15. Before you reach Fossheim Hotel, take to the right and go up the Ulstadvegen. In the middle of a u-swing the path turns to the field. The path then goes straight up the field and to the fenced pasture. Turn right in the path fork to follow route 1a (in the next path fork you can take a short route 1d towards Nonshaug.) The path passes the tree line and goes further to Skutlan. Now you are at the highest point of the route (1070 m.a.s.l). 

From Skutlan, where the path forks, you can take route 1b and proceed to Læshø or route 1c against Myrskardet (see section further down). The path 1a towards Soleggen runs in the eastern direction, south of the summit itself, to the summer farm Stymme. Follow the farm road further to Soleggen. In about 10 min one can reach a place where the trail splits. Gentle slope down to the dam at the lake Ausa. Go around the lake on the right side and up a hill until the path bifurcates again and leads you to Læshø. 

The path is well marked all the way.


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