Mountain hiking to Keiservarden in Bodø

This hike starts at the big parking lot below Turisthytta in Bodø. From here you walk the dirt road up the forest until the path on the right side starts. Follow the path and stone stairs and you will eventually end up at the top of the tiny mountain called Keiservarden. This mountain is named after the German Emperor Wilhelm II who visited this spot 19. July 1891. The hike is is quite short, only around 2.30 kilometers from the parking lot to the top of Keiservarden, which takes more or less 30 minutes with a regular hiking speed. Here you get a great view towards Bodø city and it's beautiful mountainous surroundings, as well as Landegode island

This hike starts at the big parking lot below Turisthytta in Bodø. From here you walk the dirt road up the forest until the path on the right side starts. Follow the path and stone stairs and you will eventually end up at the top of the little mountain called Keiservarden. This mountain is named after the German Emperor Wilhelm II who visited this spot 19. July 1891. The hike is  around 2.30 kilometers from the parking lot to the top of Keiservarden, which takes more or less 30 minutes with a regular hiking speed. Here you get a great view towards the Bodø city center and it’s beautiful surroundings, as well as the island of Landegode

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Hike to Keiservarden in Bodø

The hike to Keiservarden starts at this parking lot just below Turisthytta. From here you follow the dirt road until the path to Keiservarden starts

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Hike to Keiservarden in Bodø
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