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LARS MONSEN IS IN VESTERÅLEN 25TH TO JULY 29TH AND ROUTE LYNGHAUGTINDEN AND VETTEN 28-29.JULI. FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE "MINUTE BY MINUTE RULES" IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING JOINING:
1. To follow in the footsteps Monsens means you have to take responsibility for yourself. Remember the mountain code.
2. Make sure you understand the route to go.
3. You are responsible for transportation to and from the trip. Start and finish can be far apart. Take public transportation if possible.
4. Bring your own tents and other necessary equipment if you want to stay overnight. The cabins Monsen will visit will be fully booked at the time he is there.
5. Allow enough time for the return trip if you do not stay overnight.
6. Dress in line with the weather and temperature, and be prepared for changing weather conditions. See our packing list on dnt.no.
7. Bring enough food and drink for the whole trip. The catering cottages will have limited severingsmuligheter. The unserviced cabins will as usual have no food storage.
8. Be prepared to get on TV. Smile for the camera!
9. Bring all the rubbish back from your trip, and pick what you might see on the trail.
10. It can be crowded on tour with Monsen. If you want to have nature for yourself, we recommend to look for travel tips on UT.no.
Day 4 and 5 (28-29.juli) Fjærvoll - Lynghaugtinden - Vetten - Steine
Departure at. 11:00, the tours are estimated at approximately 5 hours both days.
From Fjærvoll (parking at the nursery), the exchange rate against the north edge of Fjærvollfjellet, and then followed back southwards to the summit (161 m). Back to outlying road, exit is via Nøkkbua (Fjærvoll districts) by Nøkktjønna trail east of Black Knausen, until you hit the tractor from Lead. Furthermore southeast of Revelten. Here bends off towards the northeast, where after about 200 height gauges through forests and low vegetation reaches the heath at Cross River. From here follow to the top of Lynghaugtinden (504 m). After descent of the tine, is established tent camp at the foot of the mountain, at around Cross River. There will be activities for all ages throughout the evening. The day after the trail direction south, of Lassan (438 m) to the surface and long Spikarheia. Furthermore, over Heggedalsbruna to Vetten (467 m), named after the Sciences in which kindled here in the old days.
From Vetten added trip to the southwest, across the green, gently sloping uplands past Geitbergknutran and down to Losjehytta. Take off right before Losjehytta the path westwards and down to Sikan Shooting Range. Dirt road from here to Bøhallen on Steine. Possibility of showering on Bøhallen after completing the tour.
Dog walking: Dogs are welcome but it is certainly a lead, both on tour and in camp.
Toilet: If you gotta go where it is not set up toilet, you must bring the paper in return for separate bag. Avoid wipes.
The use of open fire and storm kitchen: Camping stove must be used with caution. There will be bonfires on campsites, but there will be limited space around. Campfire outside this is not allowed.
Clay Policy : There will be calm in the camp until 24:00.
Running water: Study the map before heading out. See tour descriptions on UT.no. There are water pumps at campsites and all start somewhere.
Access to food: It is not possible to trade food for starting places or on campsites. Food must have dealing before the tour starts.
Garbage: Everyone has to take care of own trash and throw it in containers at camp sites.
Other : In Bo is arranged well, old-fashioned market upon arrival Bøhallen Sunday, 29.07. Here you can buy barbecue, cakes and much more.
Length: About. 15.3 km
Duration: 2 days+
- Bereg running time for an adult male, in good shape, with no breaks. Read more about the timing here
- All suggestions on UT.no are graded according to the Brand Manual. Read more here