Cultural Heritage

Nature and culture path at Tingelstadhøgda

When walking the pilgrims way at Granavollen north from Hadeland Folk Museum, one can return via the natural and cultural path.

When walking the pilgrims way on Granavollen north from Hadeland Folk Museum, one can return via the natural and cultural path. It takes a left turn to the west at "Veslehagan", on the pilgrimage map where the icon is located. One then walks through Grinaker church location, Tingelstad church and Klokkertårnet, return to the Majors Alm where you reach the pilgrims way once again. In the middle of the nationally valuable cultural landscape of Tingelstadhøgda you will find the natural and cultural path that is a part of the pilgrims way. The 30 the signs along the the path give you the opportunity to become more familiar with the nature, culture and history in Tingelstadhøgda. All signs are containing detailed maps that make it easy to orientate oneself in the landscape.

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