The trail starts by a red bus shed, and is clearly marked by red poles all the way to the top. The track is composed of mixed dirt trail, though it travels though the woods, which means some sections have slippery roots. There are also some wooden planks placed to help with footing on the wetter parts.
Runners are rewarded with great views from the top.
Also there are some remains from WW2 fortifications by the Germans to be seen at the top. This was likely a very good lookout post, and the remains add a bit of interest at the summit.
Shared By: Jan-Frode Myklebust