The trip from Aksla and on to Akslahornet (411 masl) follows a path that is steep and airy, and you will find a small "via ferrata" with chains and stepping stones in the airiest places. From the top of Akslahornet you can continue on the path to Digergubben and the hammock park.
The stones used in building the stairs are found at various local mountains. The stairs will protect the ground from wear and tear, as the path is a populare mountain to hike. Sherpas from Nepal have built the stairs which is an impressive piece of work.
For further route descriptions see the English edition of: De beste turene i Midsund
Learn about the Midsund stairs
The Midsund stairs consist of four hiking trails where parts of the trails are facilitated with stone steps by Sherpas from Nepal - an impressive work is a visit worhty. In addition you get a fantastic view to the mountains, fjord and sea.
- Rørsethornet (659 masl) - Norway's longest continuous stone staircase with 2200 steps
- Digergubben (527 masl) and Midsundhornet (483 masl)
- Bløkallen (522 masl) - perhaps the nicest trip along the old Kløvstien
- Aksla (110 masl) and and Akslahornet (411 masl) - the shortest trip to the viewpoint Aksla, challenging on to Akslahornet.