Northern Europe’s largest cave canyon/potholes were created at the end of the last ice age. At that time, a large glacier flowed down Gausdal and out into Lake Mjøsa, 8 km south of Lillehammer. It was this river that roughed out the gill and made the giant potholes. They are a total of 12-15 larger and smaller potholes in Hell.
The tour takes approx. 3-4 hours including a small luch break.
We recommend good hiking shoes and clothes appropriate for the weather.
Difficulty: Medium, with some steep sections.
The trip is recommended for all ages.
Header photo: Ian Brodie for Elgland