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“It is closed for now ”
Review of Reinebringen

Reinebringen
Ranked #2 of 5 things to do in Reine
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile

I arrived on 1st Sept 2018 and was informed by Ivan of Eliassen Rorbuer that this is closed as the path is way too worn out and needs to be closed and repaired.

Thank Balige
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Reviewed 1 September 2018

Currently in Lofoten with this being one of my top things to do in all of Norway.

Unfortunately though this mountain is closed until the end of September as they have Nepalese Sherpas on the trail working. It is taped off, with a guard standing watch and helicopters circling the mountain.

If you planned to stay in Reine specifically for this come up with a plan B! There are virtually no other hiking options within walking distance. My biggest regret is now not renting a car for easy access to an alternative mountain/hike.

6  Thank Kristen K
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Reviewed 21 August 2018

I'm a 58 year-old female. I walk 3 miles everyday. I'm probably in a little better than average shape for Americans my age. I was able to do this hike huffing and puffing. It is steep, so that's why the heart rate is up almost the entire time. It is not very scary though. I would not take kids younger than about 12 though unless they've done a lot of hiking. The view is once in a life time. We went a little past where this beautiful view is taken. We spent about 3 hours doing the entire hike. If you have a camelback it is nice to have your hands free. You will need water for sure. Nice to have your hands free because you need them to grab onto trees and the mountain to help yourself up the trail.

3  Thank Bonoochka100
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Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

Reine is a small town in the Moskenes Area
The town had a Church, Gas Station, circle K Groceries, soccer fields, accommodations, Bus Station and tour or outdoor package services for tourists. To get to the top of the mountains/hills you need to hike. The entrance point is beside the tunnel. There’s a note at the point. It was a simple notification so you might be need to look after it

Thank stefanuswisnu
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Reviewed 13 August 2018

This hike is not for the faint of heart or if you do not maintain some level of fitness. My brother-in-law and I made it up in an hour and a half and we were moving at a good clip. I'd say plan on two hours to get to the top, take plenty of water, and wear shoes that have strong ankle support and grip, preferably hiking boots. The first part is under the canopy but you get to the exposed section about a third of the way up the climb. When you get to the top, you understand why this is one of the most talked about views in all of Europe. You literally feel like you're on top of the world! No words to really describe the view... bring a camera that takes HD pictures and enjoy the experience!

1  Thank Eric N
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