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Norway Reinebringen

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1 hour of steep, but not too difficult hike from the E10 road
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing All timings are equally good
Sunrise & Sunset 04:36 - 21:35 | current local time: 04:06
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Spot Comments (4)

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Uve-Rain Uusrand
Uve-Rain Uusrand 19.09.2019
Great photo, however, where this trail begins where it leads up
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 18.03.2018
Gorgeous photo Sven-Magne! A quick question, is this place the same difficulty as Reinebringen? because I read it is very difficult and slippery.
fototante.de 18.03.2018
It might be slippery and it's not an easy hike... ;-) If you are very good in hiking you might "run up the hill", but for every other person it's a little different... My friends, living in Fredvang/Lofoten told me about careless tourists and their rescue with a helicopter... You should be prepared and have an eye on the weather... I found a good (german) description. https://www.outdooractive.com/de/wanderung/norwegen/zum-postkartenmotiv-der-lofoten-auf-den-reinebringen/11668682/
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 18.03.2018
Well, I climbed last summer the very rugged Mount Zas 1004 m. The climb was tough but despite the high temperature, the higher you climbed the nicer cooler breeze it offered. I made it to the top, albeit long minutes behind my guide and his dog :-) I was out of breath but goodness me, what a reward ... indescribable. 400 m is not that much seems to me.

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