Digergubben (527 masl) is one of the four popular stone stairs in Midsund! Sherpas from Nebal have been working on this stone stairs, and this work is worth the trip alone.
Digergubben (527 masl.) and Midsundhornet (483 masl.)
The hike to Digergubben starts in downtown in Midsund, right by the bridge that crosses the Bakkeelva which flows down from Midsundvatnet. The route takes you through steep terrain, however the stone steps makes this hike possible for many happy hikers. Now and then the stairs are a bit tall. Several places you will find nice stone benches where you can sit down, catxh you breath and enjoy the view. From "Kumlokket" towards the Midsundvatnet lake, you will also meet some steep sections.
About 100 meters from the Midsund lake, the path devides. Continue to the left to reach Digergubben and take the right direction to reach Midsundhornet. To reach Digergubben you must continue over the small stone bridge is crossing a stream. Afterwards you will find the stairs continuing towards the top. The landscape flattens a bit before the last part with some steeper parts again the last 400 meters.
For further route descriptions see the English edition of: ,De beste turene i Midsund
Stay overnight in Norway's most amazing hammock park when you're at Digergubben!
Here you can book accommodation in the hammock park
The is a small parking place by the startingpoing of the hike. From here you can also see a sign indicating alternative parking areas (P) in the nearby area.
These are the four Midsund stairs
The Midsund stairs consist of four hiking trails where parts of the trails are arranged with stone stairs by Sherpas from Nepal - an impressive work that will be a joy for hundreds of years. The building with the stairs is worth the trip, in addition you get a fantastic view to the mountains, fjord, sea and the horizon.
Rørsethornet, (633 masl) - Norway's longest continuous stone staircase with 2200 steps
Digergubben (527 masl) and Midsundhornet (483 masl)
Bløkallen, (522 masl) - perhaps the nicest walk along the old “Kløvstien”?
Aksla (110 masl) and and Akslahornet (411 masl), - the shortest trip to the viewpoint Aksla, challenging on to Akslahornet.