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Duration: 1 hr return
The trail starts from the RV 541 road, south of Løvegapet, heading in the direction of the Roaldsfjord.
From the bay at the head of the Roaldsfjord the trail runs in a north-westerly direction, over a hill, to the Sætredalen valley. At the bottom of the valley the trail turns south-west towards Sætrehilleren, an overhahanging cliff approx. 50 metres from the shoreline, which was used by hunters as early as the Stone Age.
Archaeologicalexcavations have established that there have been settlements at the site from the Stone Age though to the Migration Era (i.e. until 500-600 AD). The cultural layers contained the remainsof the fires and waste sych as shells from shellfish and snails, the bones from fish, birds and game, giving a good indication of the menu. In the bottom layer, by the foot of the mountain, Stone Age fish hooks made from bone wee found.
It had runic inscripstion: Hol mar maunar ala ma alu nana (greetings maid amon maids, protection/happiness for Nana).
Slettevika cove and Sætrevika covein the Roaldsfjord are both excellent for swimming.