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100 km - 31500 steps
Todays plan was to make a hike in the Rondane National Park. Guide said it as easy -which means flat- would take about 4.45 h and was about 20 kms. This was more or less accurate except for the timing, we must be slow people it took us about 7 hours to do it including the breaks, but let's start at the beginning.
After again a copious breakfast and a lot of guidance of what to do by the landlady, we left ...
We did about half of the route, because otherwise we would have ended up on the other side of Norway where we started our holiday (close to Olden) and stopped on the way back near a Hytte called Sognefellethytte and walked into the land towards the glacier. We were only stopped by a river which if we had been daredevils, we could have crossed jumping from stone to stone, but didn't do so. But we were very close to ...
... along the route. It started all off very quiet (we left at 6.40 am) and there was hardly any traffic on the road. There weren’t hardly any people living in the area south of Mo I Rana either, just crossing woods. Once you get near to Trondheim, everything changes, traffic becomes denser, and a more fertile landscape with fields and farms and more people living there. Then later, coming into the area of Rondane ...
So now a turn to the East, to Oslo, but first a stop in the Hardanger National Park.
Before we left home Elias saw ************ the map and we thought that it would be a great place to visit. When we got into the area of Hardanger we stopped at the tourist office where it was recommend that we visit the Folgefonn glacier.
After a short ferry ride we were on the fjord, in the town of Jondal.
After a lazy glide down the valley to Lom, we set up at thefirst campground we saw. Greg sat down for a read and I went for a wander. I saw the stavekjirke and some of the outdoor partsof the fjellmuseum then went up the mountain a little way. At 4:00pm my cousin Sonja picked us up in her taxi and took us to Sjåk and her sister Oddrun's house, picking up her mother Inge on the way. There we met Eva and Liv, so we had four of the five sisters. ...