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!

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  • Far over the misty mountains cold.
    To valleys deep and rivers old …

    This is a nomadic path crossing the border between two distinct Norwegian biomes. It aspires to give its participants a taste of both the highland/inland plateaus and the jagged, mountainous north-western fjords. Moving campsite day by day, we travel both by foot and by paddle on still or flowing water.
    The changing landscape gives us the opportunity to discuss the fragile nature that surrounds us, the changing values of society and the dilemmas of our time.
    If you’re interested in a rewarding, physical path based on traditional Norwegian hiking, environmentalist themes, a peak into Norwegian culture and drop-dead-gorgeous views, then this might just be the path for you.

    Average physical condition, well-trodden shoes and high spirits are advantageous. Please pack modestly for ease of transport, but be prepared for cold (freezing) and moisture, day, and night.

    Entry Point:

    Bjorli stasjon

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/LYE9LkRHwZt7aGCk8

    Region: Vestlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Challenging

    Terrain:

    Mountainous

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Cultural and Historical

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking

    Sustainability
  • 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
  • Hello and welcome to Eidsvoll!
    We are so happy to have you with us and we want to share our small places history with you. On the first day of the path we will meet and get to know know each other. The next days we will learn about the history of Eidsvoll and why its so important in the Norwegian history. As the place where the Norwegian Constitution was signed in 1814, Eidsvoll Manor House is one of Norway’s most important national symbols. We also want to take everyone out on a little hike to explore our beautiful nature and lakes. The physical activity level is considered light.

    Entry Point:

    Eidsvoll Verk Stasjon

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/AFQzarT8jU7rWHMQ9

    Region: Østlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Moderate

    Terrain:

    Forest

    Activities:


    Cultural and Historical

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking
  • This intermediate path will take us through primeval forests and over beautiful Norwegian lakes. We will live in the forest with one of a kind surroundings. In the forest you will learn about the Norwegian way of scouting, and how we can pretty much wander wherever we want. You will get a taste of Norwegian culture, scouting and using a canoe as a way of getting around and about. We will feast on Norwegian dishes and on essential hiking food (if you ask us). We will together hike through beautiful nature in the Marifjell nature reserve in Nannestad. Join us in what we consider an arena for developing new friendships, nourish old ones and exploring nature together in harmony.

    Entry Point:

    Kløvberget, Nannestad

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/BfNC5yCQrkCsDYx98

    Region: Østlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Moderate

    Terrain:

    Forest

    Activities:


    Canoes

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking
  • Would you like to visit Bergen? Bergen is of one of Norway’s most visited cities and the nature surrounding is absolutely beautiful.
    Activities on this path will include city exploring, hiking in the mountains, and having fun getting to know other cultures. The difficulty will be categorized as moderate, as there will be some elevation. On some of the hikes you will be expected to carry all of your own belongings as we will change location throughout the path.

    We are sleeping in tents and your group must therefore bring your own tent which you also have to be able to carry from camp to camp.
    We are looking forward to see you!

    Entry Point:

    Bergen station

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/Ke1AW2rha674uNaVA

    Region: Vestlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Challenging

    Terrain:

    Urban

    Activities:


    Cultural and Historical

    Heavy backpack

    Hiking
  • Welcome to the beautiful national park Jotunheimen. On this Path we are going to be in the Norwegian mountains. Firstly we are going to take a boat to the first location. The following days we are going to climb mountain tops and walk across a spectacular mountain ridge with steep walls on both sides and a fantastical view. We will be sleeping in tents and walk 25 kilometers over two days in challenging terrain over Bukkelægret and Besseggen.

    You have to bring a tent yourself, and we will recommend tents that fit 3-6 people. But we are going to sleep nearby cottages, so that we can use the hygiene facilities there. Food will be prepared in patrols outdoors on storm-kitchens.

    Entry Point:

    Gjendesheim Gjendebåtene

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/SQs8dyK2ez8sahGE6

    Region: Innlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Dynamic

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Challenging

    Terrain:

    Mountainous

    Activities:


    Heavy backpack

    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
  • This path is all about Norwegian scouting on a regional level as you get to participate at a regional scout camp by the name “Helt med” (All in). You and the other path participants get to build your own campsite, go on a hike in breathtaking Norwegian nature and make many Norwegian scout friends of all ages! Throughout the week there will be many opportunities to experience what Norwegian scouting entails and give Norwegian scouts a taste of your own scouting traditions. The campsite is located in the small village of Vats, which is only a couple of hours away from the Central campsite of Roverway. Hope to see you, your patrol and your path at the camp!

    Entry Point:

    Haugesund flyplass (airport)

    Travel Description:

    https://maps.app.goo.gl/RLDTFj3W5UswSejLA

    Region: Sør-Vestlandet

    Static/Dynamic: Static

    Sleeping:

    Tent

    Physical Demand:

    Moderate

    Terrain:

    Forest

    Activities:


    Heavy backpack

    Hiking

    Personal development
  • 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