Photo: Veslemøy Furuseth / Maihaugen

Forest trail

All year

All day

Take a walk through the 1890s forest and learn about the woods as a resource and workplace.

In the very upper part of the open-air museum we have cut down timber to make the forest open and with a variety of  woods. Eventually it will look like the forest in the old days, with plenty of blueberry heather in the forest floor.

Information boards along the trail tell you about the importance of forests and the development of forestry throughout the ages. Along the way you will also find a lean-to where it is nice to have a rest.

The 1890s forest and the forest trail is built in collaboration with Mjøsen Skog.

The forest trail is gravely and parts of it are accessible with a stroller, if you do not mind some bumps and hills. It is not well-suited for wheelchairs users. In the winter the trail is not cleared of snow or sanded.

More activities in the Daily programme-calendar.

Umalt koie med bølgeblikkstak i blandingsskog på friluftsmuseet Maihaugen på Lillehammer.

Foto: Veslemøy Furuseth / Maihaugen