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Stunning views, but hard work

This is a wonderful walk which takes you to a beautiful viewpoint. The start point is just a few... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
C0astalWalker
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Great hike

It was a great hike with a beautiful view at 550 m.o.h. In the comments I read to walk a little... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a wonderful walk which takes you to a beautiful viewpoint. The start point is just a few minutes walk from the town centre. At the viewpoint at the top there is a walkway that overhangs the mountain, with a metal mesh floor you...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It was a great hike with a beautiful view at 550 m.o.h. In the comments I read to walk a little higher (after som resting at Rampestreken viewpoint) which we did, You can walk up to Nesaksla (708m). Bring enough water, road is easy to...More

1  Thank Kim M
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

We caught this oil n the way down from the Romsdalseggen hike. This walkway cantelevers out over the hillside. The last few feet have a mesh floor so you really feel exposed out there. Great views of the city. It is a pretty big climb...More

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Reviewed 28 August 2018

This one was much difficult (red color) than the Pulpit Rock at Stavanger. Most portion of the hiking route was not well established (with stairs or smooth road), and you spent most of your time walking between the roots of the big trees. There was...More

Thank Roger K
Reviewed 19 August 2018

We hiked this last September in Norway. The hike is all uphill and really tests your endurance. Bring lot of water and snack to enjoy at top. The effort is worth it as the view from top is amazing. My husband carried our 2.5 daughter...More

1  Thank travelbug1982
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

Not a particularly long hike but you do gain height quickly. I would advise stout shoes as the terrain provides plenty of trip hazards, stubbed toes etc. If reasonably fit the whole trip should take around 3 hours. Well worth the effort as the views...More

Thank Stephen J
Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

We really enjoyed this hike. We walked up from Åndalsnes camping and back down into town. It’s steep, but well marked. I don’t love heights and a couple of bits are a bit scary, but well supported and not dangerous in my opinion. We saw...More

Thank Jo L
Reviewed 6 August 2018

We had about 3 hours for the hike to Rampestreken and it was wonderful, challenging and worth it. If we had had the time, I would have liked to do Romdalseggen except that it apparently turns you into an arrogant hiker who looks down on...More

1  Thank lawcoleman
Reviewed 1 August 2018

The idea is fine. A constructed steel ramp, pointing straight out in the air, giving you a nice view over the town Åndalsnes and the fjord. Sherpas have helped to construct and improve the path leading up to the platform. It's accessible. And with accessibility,...More

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Reviewed 28 July 2018

We completed the hike to the Rampestreken from the cruise dock. The hike starts with a steep metal ramp. After the first lookout point the trail gets very rocky with lots of tree roots. This trail is STEEP. The trail is nearly all under trees...More

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Response from Yair L | Reviewed this property |
The starting point of the trail is near the roundabout on road 64 junction of roads Storgata and Romsdalsvegen, 10 minutes walk from the Harbour. Rampestreken Starting Point: Romsdalsvegen 24, 6300 Åndalsnes, Norway the... More
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We did in March so April should be accessible. But it did get really sloppy past the snow line. But treacherous so wear correct shoes, equipment etc.
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