FROM LYSSJØEN TO HAMAR WITH QIGONG OG MINDFULNES

Join us for a silent walk at the Pilgrim path through forests and beautiful rural landscape.

NOK 3800

59 km 3 day Map Invite a friend

This walk focuses on silence, qigong and mindfulness. Your tour guide Anne Winther Tollnes, is an experienced guide and qigong-instructor.

Day 1 Lyssjøen - Tangenodden camping.  24 kilometres

Transport from Tangen station to Lyssjøen. The route mainly follows graval roads and paths through a diversed forest terrain with lakes and rivers. Dinner and accommodation at Tangenodden camping.

Day 2 Tangen – Fjetre gård. 20 kilometres
After a few kilometres through forests, we will reach the rolling countryside of Stange and the coastline of Lake Mjøsa. Some of the most beautiful estates are located in this region, where we also can find small settlements and beaches on the shores of Mjøsa. Stange church is one of the oldest medieval churches in Norway. At the traditional Fjetre farm we are served homemade specialties. Accommodation in a newly restored building from the 1700s.

Day 3 Fjetre – Pilgrim Centre Hamar. 15 kilometres
Stange Vestbygd is not far from Hamar city centre. Here the trail follows the beach promenade to the north. At the Pilgrim Centre we are served dinner.  Next to the centre is Domkirkeodden. The ruin of the cathedral, which is covered of a glass roof for protection, is the main attraction. The day ends with relaxing to the sound of a mini concert in the cathedral.

Price per person: NOK 3800, including:

  • Qigong and mindfulness
  • One Qigong DVD
  • Accommodation, dinner, breakfast and packed lunch at Tangenodden Camping and Fjetre farm
  • Dinner at Pilgrim Centre Hamar
  • Luggage transport
  • Mini concert at Domkirkeodden

Not included is accommodation at the Pilgrim Centre Hamar. Price: NOK 300 per person.

For more information/booking, please contact Anne at email: post@levnaa.no or mobile +47  450 01 727. www.levnaa.no 

  

59 km 3 day 14 - 16. juni
Domkirkeodden – The cathedral promontory

Domkirkeodden – The cathedral promontory

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