Come along on this delightful hike to an old shieling where our welcoming hosts tell us about life on the farm in the old days. In the past, farms in the village were very small, so it was important to utilise outlying areas for summer grazing. Each year, the cows were moved to the shieling where they grazed and were milked morning and evening. The grazing space was so far from the village that it was necessary to build houses for the milk maidens. The old farmhouses at Haukås were restored in the 1990s, and are reminders of a bygone era. The hosts will demonstrate some of the equipment they used on the farm, and you get to try carrying milk pails and churning butter. You also have time to explore the site on your own, and then taste the local delicacies. After the visit we follow the road on the opposite side of the valley, and make a stop at the local grocer.