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Good view of the archipelago from the top!

If you start from the Ingrid Bergman memorial, the steps are steep and there’s some difficult rocky... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
TomNorthYorkshire
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North Yorkshire
Great views and mini hike up

Steep stairs leading up to a fun little rock hike under the rocks suck during the ice age. Make... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
GodJul2014
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Fjallbacka, Sweden
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4 weeks ago
“Good view of the archipelago from the top!”
12 Jul 2017
“Great views and mini hike up”
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you start from the Ingrid Bergman memorial, the steps are steep and there’s some difficult rocky terrain to cross. It’s easier from the other side. Definitely worth the effort.

Thank TomNorthYorkshire
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Steep stairs leading up to a fun little rock hike under the rocks suck during the ice age. Make sure you stop a few times turning around towards the ocean behind you, great view of Fjallbacka harbor and the new by islands, like Vaddo. Wear...More

Thank GodJul2014
Reviewed 10 July 2017

This hike is short and very doable by kids and elders in decent hiking shape, with gratifying views at the top.

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Reviewed 15 August 2015

Stuck between two cliffs are three huge boulders! It is quite the sight to see! The entrance to the cliffs is located behind the playground in Ingrid Bergmans Torg. The stairs are steep and little, the stairs will end and you will have to make...More

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