A hike with view. The trail starts out through sparse pine forests following a waymarked trail. This guided summit hike ascends 630 m over 3 km.
National Park & The Sea. As the tree line is only 300 m up, you`ll have a nice view all the way. To the east: the best view of Sjunkhatten National Park, a glacier-formed landscape with untouched fjords and inaccessible peaks. To the west? Sea and the coast line.
Exposed summit. Reaching Mt. Litltind is not technically difficult but the hike does become steep a few places. Reaching the true summit requires passing some scree, boulders and exposed scrambling up steepish rocks.
No lazy stroll. The guided summit hike to Mt. Litltind is no lazy stroll. If you like peak bagging then you know the big reward: the scenic view from the top and a new perspective on everything you hiked up to get there.
Moderate - hard.
A total of 6 - 7 hours, including transport from downtown Bodø.
Group size & Capacity
Min: 2 pers. Available for groups.
Season & Availability
May - Sept. Even possible in winter when good weather.
Booking and contact information
+47 90 63 60 86