At the foot of the mighty Hallingskarvet, and the entrance to the Hallingskarvet National Park, lies Prestholtseter. The stone steps up Prestholtskaret makes the summit trip a pure joy. The steps are laid with the expert help of Sherpas from Nepal. The Prestholt Round is approximately a 2-hour trip of 6,5 km. this is a great scenik hike, whether one chooses to experience the sunrise, morning light, dusk, or perhaps the sunset.
A road for driving goes in to the Prestholtseter from Geilo. The most fit can start the trip from the center of Geilo. Follow the Pilvegen Road up to Geilohovda and further on westward past Gullsteinhovda and Urundberget.
Distance: 6,5 km
Tip: Prestholtseter is open for food service during the summer and winter season.