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Bodomarka

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Bodo Kommune, Bodo 8005, Norway
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Lovely walk along the Queen’s Sherpa Trail at Kaiservarden, Bodø

Bodø, like many of Norway’s coastal towns, is surrounded by mountains, and one trail was recently... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
BruceTheSheep
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Glossop, United Kingdom
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Bodomarka suits for everyone!

In Bodomarka you'll find what you want; winter as summer, spring as autumn. You have to experience... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2016
Henning I
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Bodo, Norway
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In Bodomarka you can enjoy the simplicity of open-air life in untouched, tranquil natural scenery. You can walk or run the close to 35 km of flood-lit trails summer and winter, or explore countless paths that wind across the countryside. Bodomarka offers a lot of other activities, like horse-riding and carting, -trotting, shooting, orienteering, airsports and water sports. Please contact Bodo Tourist Information for further details.
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“Lovely walk along the Queen’s Sherpa Trail at Kaiservarden, Bodø”
25 Apr 2016
“Bodomarka suits for everyone!”
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Bodø, like many of Norway’s coastal towns, is surrounded by mountains, and one trail was recently revitalised by Sherpa builders from Nepal, who built a sympathetic stairway up the trail at Kaiservarden (it was officially opened by Queen Sonja). The start of the trail is...More

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Reviewed 25 April 2016

In Bodomarka you'll find what you want; winter as summer, spring as autumn. You have to experience Bodomarka, and then I'm sure you agree with me!

Thank Henning I
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Reviewed 5 January 2016

Good for walking, jogging, cycling, skiing and more. Well used and appresiated among citizens of Bodø.

Thank Camilla L
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Reviewed 15 December 2015 via mobile

One of Norways nices't nature with high mountains and a lot of diffrent animals and one of worlds best fishing places in Saltstraumen. 30 km from the city. Norhern lights wintertime and maybe , if not clouds, 24 hrs a day with sun.maybe a golf...More

Thank RuK54
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Reviewed 19 October 2015

Many nice paths and trails. Most popular is to walk to Keiservarden, so one can enjoy the spectacular view over the city of Bodø and the ocean around. It is suitable for most people, and there are several ways up there. The easiest way up...More

1  Thank FrodeLind76
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Reviewed 18 August 2015

The hike up to Kaiservarden takes 1 - 1 ½ hours depending on fitness level, a great little excursion. There are two main treks up, either from the Turisthytta or the Maskinisten (google for maps). From Turisthytta there are multiple little small paths up, the...More

1  Thank FriedHoneyChicken
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Reviewed 15 August 2015

One day during my visit last month I walked through the eastern part of Bodø and up into the low hills just to the east. There were quite a lot of people about, maybe because it was a Sunday. Indeed, there were lots of cars...More

1  Thank PeelKippers
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Reviewed 14 August 2015

On the hills around Bodo there are plenty of marked trails, suitable for everyone with reasonably good physical condition. Walking is enjoyable and the view from the top of the hill is fantastic. Take buss number 3 from Bodo center (Direction Vollen) and get off...More

Thank maria g
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Reviewed 7 July 2015

Bodømarka is very close to the city Centre. Lots of trails - good for both 60+ and younger! Some trails Leads to small "mountain" - tops of a fem hundred meters, with magnificant view to Børrvasstindene or to Landegode. You could Even Get a glimse...More

2  Thank Eirik F
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Reviewed 30 July 2013

Visiting northern Norway should include a lot of time out and about. Bodømarka is a good choice after visiting Saltstraumen and Kjerringøy. There is a lot of well maintained paths for walking in Bodømarka, eitheryou choose to walk the hills or the woods. I'd really...More

3  Thank mamta66no
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