Bjørgovarden 1138 masl
Easy walking (no climbing or scrambling) ascent. Nice and wide view.
Length: ca. 7 km one way
Duration: ca. 1,5 hrs up
Elevation gain: ca. 160 meters
Suitable for children: recommended from ca. 8 yrs. This walk is very easy but maybe a bit boring for smaller children. Well suited for child carriers.
GPS-coordinates starting point 32v 523883 6756614
GPS-coordinates summit 32v 528531 6753793
Drive on E16 to Aurdal and exit towards Danebu (automatic toll). Park at the old ski slope.
From there, a path leads up to Lake Fræningen (picnic area and bathing place) and further on to the right towards Storstølsknatten 1124 m, first along the lake, later up and down into the birch forest. From Storstølsknatten the path continues southeastwards past Kringlestølen to the top of Bjørgovarden. Nice views in all directions. The return first leads west-, then northwestwards around Lake Langevatnet back to Kringlestølen and from here it follows the same way back. Alternatively follow the path to the left towards Storstølstjernet and the gravel road back to Danebu.
Clear path and blue markings on rock.
Standard clothing for light mountain walks: light hiking shoes, wind- and waterproof outer layer. No special equipment required.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
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- Ann OSarpsborg, NorwayTrip Type:Couplesutsikt14/04/2015fine løyper og flott utsikt. Turen tok ca 1 time fra Danebu hvor vi tok flere stopp underveis. Fint og litt kupert terreng, hvor vi fikk utfoldet oss på ski. Read full review
- bigjohnnNorwayTrip Type:FamilyGreat walk to a great view. Both winter and summer23/01/2013From danebu just follow the sign to the "peak". This mountain is avalible both winter and summer, but you need to be skilled to access it with cross-country skies. In sommer it is about 4 hour... Read full review
- Erik HFredrikstad, NorwayTypical mountain top18/04/2017This is the most visited top in Aurdal. In my opinon there are others that is better but the main course is probebly the good skiing conditions all the way to the summit Read full review
- 3 hours
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