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Trapping site - Gråvåhøe


At Gråvåhøe there are traces of ancient reindeer trapping systems, built around migration routes in a former wild-reindeer area. The name Gråvåhøe is derived from the word grav (pit), and the surrounding mountain area is rich in traces of reindeer pit trapping. Around Gråvåhøe we find five different trapping sites. At two of the pits there are hides - small walls behind which the archers hid. The walk there and back is about 7½ miles and you should allow 5-8 hours. The path is not signposted. A map of the area is essential. Oversettelse © www.noproblem.no 2009.