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.