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A self supported excursion off a Cruise ship

We got the No 3 bus from the Cruise port heading to Stordalen getting off at Langasen (There is a... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2018
Trevor E
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Westbury on Severn, United Kingdom
Wind at the top

Today we walked from our airbnb to the top of the mountain called Keiservarden. The walk took us... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2018
maaike93kool
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Wageningen, The Netherlands
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Mount Ronvik. From the top of Mount Ronvik, there is a fine view of the mountainous Lofoten islands and the island of Landegode to the north, the Borvasstindene mountains to the south, as well as the town of Bodo. 164 m above sea level. Midnight...more
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Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile

Beautiful view of Landegode and Bodø. Nice trail, Wear mountain boots. A bit crowded at times. In The summer, IT is possible to see The midnight sun, in winter Aurora borealis.

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Reviewed 26 June 2018

We got the No 3 bus from the Cruise port heading to Stordalen getting off at Langasen (There is a general store opposite the bus stop when you arrive if you need water or anything). It is about 20 stops or so but only cost...More

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Reviewed 14 February 2018

Today we walked from our airbnb to the top of the mountain called Keiservarden. The walk took us about one hour up and 30 minutes back. It was a cold and very windy day, but the sun was also shining, so the view at the...More

1  Thank maaike93kool
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

Very nice and short hike a few minute from Bodø center. It does not demand a great effort and is ideal for a first warm-up.

1  Thank fsax
Reviewed 2 June 2017

Totally stunning views from the top of the mountain. The point of 366 meters above sea level is called Keiservarden and is a rather easy and nice hike close to Bodo. Travel to Turisthytten and walk from there. THe path is 2,3 km of which...More

2  Thank dgjohansson
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Keiservarden is one of the closest hikes you can take close to Bodo. It is a mere 1 hour walk from the base carpark start (4km one way). Initial climb is easy enough but then gets tougher as you go higher up. There was snow...More

Thank KrishanRodrigo
Reviewed 17 August 2016

As closest mountain to Bodo city center, it easy to reach even without a car. Beautiful view from the top, during the trip there are some clean and nice small lakes. If You are lucky, You might even see sea eagles!

2  Thank 486anettm
Reviewed 13 August 2016

nice place with view on city, airport and sea, easy access with road or one of the walkpads, simply nice way to spend some tourist hours in this city :) just pitty that service centre on top seems to be abandoned

Thank Juraj K
Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

This is a local Favoritte. Beautiful views, You can see the the Lofoten Islands on a clear day. But, You need good walking shoes (mountain style) and You should be moderatly well trained before You try to reach the top (Keiservarden).

2  Thank lariel
Reviewed 1 July 2016 via mobile

Girlfriend and I hiked up from the nearest bus stop to sit and soak up the midnight sun. Maybe 45 minutes? It was in June, so temperature was pleasant. Beautiful view. Photo attached. Unfortunately buses stop running around 9 so we had quite a long...More

4  Thank Tommy G
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Catherine C
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No, you can take a bus halfway there, then you have to walk
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