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Skåla is famous for being the longest uphill climb in Norway, more then 1.800 m net climb to the summit at 1.848 m. No technical climbing needed so anyone in ok shape can do it. 4-5 hours up and 3-4 down in normal climbing tempo....More
Before our visit in Norway we didn't plan to do this hike. I'm really happy we have found Info about this place. One of the nicest hike we have ever done. Highly recommended. 10 hours hike plus 1 hour spent in modern hut with 6...More
I walked to to Trolltunga 2 days before but I thought this hike was a bit tougher (though it doesn't have quite the same pay-off!)-first because it is continuously uphill from the start-I think the ascent is 1800m. Second, when I did it in July...More
I never climbed mountains before, this was also my first long hike. I even had no shoes to do this. So we went a day before to the centre and bought some good shoes.
When we started, we know it would be a long hike...More
Mount Skålatårnet is an amazing hike from sea level to 1848 meters above sea level in continous uphill. You start off hiking through the forest and ends up hiking through the rock gravel at the top. In the middle of the hike you find the...More
First of all, parking cost you 50 NOK, and can be paid (only in cash at site) or through transfer eiter at site or afterwards. Remember to bring food, water and warm clothes /wind jacket (needed on the top). Water can be filled from the...More
Scaling Mount Skåla means climbing from sea level to 1848 meters above sea level in continous uphill, but you will be rewarded with excellent views, feeling great once you've managed the climb and worn out at the bottom.
Drive towards Lodalen, and park at designated...More
1848 Meters above sea level and you start at sea level. This is a demanding hike that requires good boots and clothes. Expect 4-6 h to the top and 3-4 h down. Keep in mind that weather changes very fast on the Norwegian westcoast. The...More
Okay, I'm not trying to call people out here, but this climb is severely overrated. Let me tell you the pros and cons because that is what people generally like:
The hike is only 8 km (thank god). The first 4 kilometers are generally...More
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You'll find food and drink, logs to light s fire, matches, candles, mattresses and blankets (but bring sheets). What you need to bring is clothes, sheets and food for the trip itself. The food available is typically canned... More
You'll find food and drink, logs to light s fire, matches, candles, mattresses and blankets (but bring sheets). What you need to bring is clothes, sheets and food for the trip itself. The food available is typically canned food, but after the hike, it'll taste delicious.