Path is the first half of Roverway and will be composed of many different mini-camps, taking place from the 22nd to the 27th of July 2024. Hundreds of volunteers in Norway, Sweden and Denmark are ready to welcome you and your patrol to their Roverway path. Bring yourself, an open-minded attitude and a big smile and get ready for a unique experience!

  • Experience the beautiful coastal region known as Hvaler. We will stay at the norwegian scout assosiations scout center by the sea. We will do activities like canoeing in the archiapelago, campfires, pioneering, swimming, crafts and other fun camp activities. Join us for a fun week in this idyllic campsite.

    Entry Point:

    Bekkene bussholdeplass, hvaler

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/sNi7vHhsxew4K6Rw6

    Region: Østlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Static

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Moderate

    Terrain:

    Sea/Coast

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Movement

    Quiet room

    Sight

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Creativity
  • This path takes place in Lysefjorden, a famous beautiful fjord known for its iconic landmarks.
    The journey begins at Baroniet cabin. Here we will have the Opening Night, where we will get to know each other and have fun. The next day, we will hike to the famous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) with its panoramic viewpoint. From here we will travel to Flørli, where we will ascend Flørlitrappene and continue our hike to Månafossen (Mån Waterfall).
    On this path you will experience some of the most famous views in Norway.
    This is a medium/challenging hike with a lot of climbs.

    Entry Point:

    Preikestolen BaseCamp, Preikestolvegen 521, 4105 Jørpeland

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/XozdgVerk9xGEp9f8

    Region: Sør-Vestlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Challenging

    Terrain:

    Mountainous

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Activities:


    Cultural and Historical

    Hiking
  • Young leadership is a key element in Norwegian scouting and therefore we focus on educating our scouts from a young age to become leaders. Roland is held by the Norwegian YWCA-YMCA scouts for scouts between 14 and 16 years old. The goal of the course is that the participants develop as patrol leaders and learn skills that will help them lead their own patrols. The course consist of among other things advanced pioneering, first aid, orienteering and instruction techniques. We have adapted Roland to be a path for Roverway where you can experience one of the best courses we have for our young leaders here in Norway! During Roland you will get to test the patrol system yourself by working together in international patrols. You will get the opportunity to develop practical skills through learning by doing and participate in discussions about young leadership and how to develop young leaders.

    Entry Point:

    Nordtangen nasjonale speidersenter, Horgenmoen 86, 2750 Gran

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/CmBXSrnjqQnDHf219

    Region: Innlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Static

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Easy

    Terrain:

    Cultural landscape

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Quiet room

    Sight

    Activities:


    Hiking

    Personal development
  • The path will take place in Vansjø, a long riverlike lake, in Østfold.
    we will be sleeping on an island, in tents or under tarps, and the main activity will be canoeing, we will do some safety training, beaver safari, and a lot of waterbased activities. including a longer canoe haik of differing length based on what the partisipants are comfortable with.
    At the end of the path we will spend the last day in the nearby city where we will sleep in a park in the middle of the city, and do some sightseeing around the city.

    Entry Point:

    Nesparken 11, 1530, Moss

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/pqr8tYPcog5NTBkz9

    Region: Østlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Static

    Sleeping:

    Shelter

    Physical Demand:

    Moderate

    Terrain:

    Forest

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Sight

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Hiking
  • From urban city life to some of the oldest parts of Norwegian history, this path offers the full Norwegian experience. We seek to give you a once in a lifetime adventure through a variety of activities, both on land and on water. The path starts in Gjøvik, a city in the heart of Norway, and as a participant you will experience the unique mixture of nature and urbanity in the area. The world’s oldest paddle steamer in service, “Skibladner”, will take you from Gjøvik to the cultural capital Lillehammer and give you an unique trip along “Mjøsa”, Norway’s largest lake. In Lillehammer you will explore both an Olympic and historically important city. So, what are you waiting for? Come join us here in the Innlands!

    Entry Point:

    Gjøvik skysstasjon, 2821 Gjøvik

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/FL6mwtjdio3YDoMr8

    Region: Innlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Moderate

    Terrain:

    Urban

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Cultural and Historical

    Hiking
  • This path is a physically challenging adventure that takes you through some of the most spectacular nature Norway has to offer. The path goes from the mighty Troll Wall at the heart of Romsdal, down along the river Rauma on canoe until we reach the fjord. From there the path goes up into the mountains. The Romsdal mountain ridge is one of the most famous hikes in the country, and you get to experience it in its prime season. Along the whole path you get to learn about Norwegian cultural history and also get a taste of a more urban environment.

    Entry Point:

    Trollveggen besøkssenter

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/42oJ9qYVhBeKxb4b9

    Region: Vestlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Challenging

    Terrain:

    Mountainous

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Cultural and Historical

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking
  • Discover the deep fjords and steep mountains of the Norwegian West Coast! We will be staying in the countryside of the area Sunnmøre, with easy access to life on the fjord, hiking in the mountains and sleeping under the stars.

    We will explore the Norwegian culture as well as the nature, and learn about how the majestic nature in rural parts of Norway shaped the lives of those who lived there (and still do). Like people before, and now, we will use the fjords as a means of transport during this path, and we are going to experience what the elements and the nature has to offer. We will also learn about each others cultures, during activities such as fishing, cooking, hiking, campfires, singing, playing and learning! We look forward to getting to know you better at the Roverway 2024, welcome to Sunnmøre.

    Entry Point:

    Sæbø, Ørsta

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/7jottE6ZLn7KyMG96

    Region: Vestlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Static

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Moderate

    Terrain:

    Sea/Coast

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Sight

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Cultural and Historical

    Hiking
  • Dear rovers
    This hard and challenging path will take us through my great great grandfather’s postal route, starting with 15 km canoeing on the Veitastrond lake. Continuing the next day with a 15-20 km hike across a mountain pass over 900 meters above sea level, and then down to Fjærland where we are staying for 2 days. The first day we will visit the Book Town and the Norwegian Glacier Museum where we will learn about the glaciers we are surrounded by and the climate change. The last day we are going to hike 4 km going straight up to 1000 meters above sea level to walk on the Supphelle blue ice glacier itself!

    (You need to be used to walking on natural and rocky mountain paths and difficult terrain for the above mentioned distances and elevation.We all have to carry a day hiking backpack.)

    Entry Point:

    Ugulsvik, Veitastrondsvatnet, Luster

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/qHyuAzohqP8cFKGh7

    Region: Vestlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Challenging

    Terrain:

    Mountainous

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Cultural and Historical

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking

    Sustainability
  • Dear rovers
    This hard and challenging path will take us through my great great grandfather’s postal route, starting with a 4 km hike going straight up to 1000 meters above sea level to walk on the Supphelle blue ice glacier itself! The next day we will visit the Book Town and the Norwegian Glacier Museum where we will learn about the glaciers we are surrounded by and the climate change. Continuing the next day with a 15-20 km hike across a mountain pass over 900 meters above sea level, and then down to Veitastrond. The final day we are canoeing 15 km on the Veitastrond lake.

    (You need to be used to walking on natural and rocky mountain paths and difficult terrain for the above mentioned distances and elevation.We all have to carry a day hiking backpack.)

    Entry Point:

    Supphelledalen, Fjærland

    Travel Description:

    Flatbrehytta Parking

    Region: Vestlandet

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Cultural and Historical

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking

    Sustainability
  • Walk the refugee-route from WW2

    This path will be a 80 km walk, including canoeing, following part of a route refugees used when they fled the Germans during world war II.

    First day of path will be a short canoeing-trip to Nes kirkeruiner. Nes kirkeruiner is ruins of a church built in 1130. It is located where the two largest river in Norway meets. The first night will be around kirkeruiner, which is known as the 2. most haunted place in Norway.

    Day 2 will be canoeing to Årnes, and a walk to the cabin of the local scout group. The night will be spent near the cabin.

    Day 3-5 will be a walk through the forest and following the refugee-route. The nights will be spent in the forest enroute to the endpoint in Sweden. The path will mostly be on terrain-roads.

    Participants must be able to walk a total of 80 km, carrying their own tent and sleeping bags, and some of their own food. Sleeping arrangements will be in tents, hammock or open air.

    There will be guides that gives historical perspective on this path.

    Entry Point:

    Årnes Togstasjon

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/f2hwhcD5oRk9CT4p7

    Region: Østlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Challenging

    Terrain:

    Forest

    Accessibility:


    Hearing

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Cultural and Historical

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking