The first part of the path to Bløkallen goes up beautiful stone stairs before it continues on a natural hiking trail. You can add distance to your hike by adding a an exciting path up a steep cliff wall. Here there is a chain to hold on to and a steel step for the foot. By adding this lap you will have a round trip instead of hiking back and forth the same way.
The trip usually takes about 3-4 hours up and down, and you can walk 1400 steps, a combination of path and Sherpa stairs. 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.