Rampestreken

Rampestreken, Andalsnes: Address, Rampestreken Reviews: 4.5/5

Rampestreken
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Gunglend
Oslo, Norway49 contributions
Fantastic views of the city and the surrounding mountains
Jul 2020
This is a really "must do" in Åndalsnes. Challenging hiking towards the top (45 min if you're in good shape), the forest is an really nice experience itself. The top is magic!
Written August 4, 2020
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Alexandra N
218 contributions
Wet, slippery but amazing view
Jul 2020 • Family
Rampestreken was a doable hiking trip. About 1,5hr up and about 1hr down. It was a rainy day when we walked up. The trail was therefore wet and slippery. There was some path you have to use the chain to pull yourself up, because the paths were steely.

You can easily find the Rampestreken starting point in Åndalsnes and it has a large parking lot beside the starting point. You can pay with vipps or card. Kr 100 for a day.
Written July 13, 2020
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lisgal
Copenhagen, Denmark23 contributions
Worth the hike
Jun 2020 • Friends
It's a tough climb up for a novice. 700m steep incline with no reprieve. But the view from the platform at the top makes it worthwhile if there is good visibility of course.
Climb down is also on the hard side. Good exercise for the legs!!
Written June 29, 2020
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Susan
Lillehammer, Norway62 contributions
The trip out will make your knees weak.
Jun 2020
This was an uphill climb all the way, but totally worth the hard work. Not for the faint of heart, nor for those with health issues.
Written June 23, 2020
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Matt C
15 contributions
Amazing views, must do when in Andalsnes!
Oct 2019 • Solo
I wasn’t originally going to climb up to this viewpoint as it wasn’t the best weather, however the clouds started to clear so I decided to head up and it turned out to be a great idea. It must be said that the hike up was not easy. I’m a young relatively fit male and I found the hike physically draining. It took me one hour to make it up to the viewpoint and I was not going slowly. The path was easy to follow but deceptively steep. Don’t let this put you off though as it was so worth it when you reach the top. There are great views along the way too so you can always turn back if the going gets too hard. Allow 2.5-4 hours to compete the hike to the viewpoint, take photos and get back. Watch the roots when it’s wet as they are super slippery
Written October 29, 2019
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Morgan E
Pittsburgh, PA4 contributions
Way more difficult than you'd expect
Oct 2019
So let's talk about this for a moment. When you google this hike, you see pics of all shapes, ages, and sizes up at the the look out. Don't be fooled--this is NOT AN EASY HIKE. We are both in average physical shape. I run 10ks and have decent cardio skills, and this was PHYSICALLY challenging. It's not a "walk" with clearly marked paths. It was difficult to find which way to go, and 85% of the hike is crazy tree roots and rocks in forrest. That's fine. But the last 15% is dangerous! If you're not careful and place your feet or hands incorrectly, you could EASILY (I'm stressing EASILY) go off balance and plummet to your death off the side of a cliff, with nothing to catch you. No trees, no nothing. But once you reach the top?! Heavenly. But then you have the hike back down, which was almost just as difficult. We leisurely hiked up, spent about 20 minutes at the ramp, and then back down, and it took about 4:20. BE PREPARED!
Written October 7, 2019
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NorwayPer
Norway149 contributions
Great and well paid hike
Sep 2019
There are three ways to get to the view point. the first is from Åndalsnes on the marked path.This is not a difficult hike, 1 mile long and about 500 meters up above sea level. Another way is by the Via Ferrata up to Nesaklsa. This trip takes 3-4 hours and guide is recommended. the third way is across Romsdalseggen from Vengedalen. The trip is about 7 hours with necessary stops/ resting / pictures etc.
Written September 29, 2019
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petmand
Barnsley, UK24 contributions
Well worth the the tired legs
Jul 2019
Came here in Winter totally different, the paths were icy with lots of snow. We only could get as far as the wooden hut part way up, as the snow became too much, so whe we came back in July, we were determined to go to the vewing platform. What a trek, the locals seem to do it with such ease, but the pain is well worth the reward, as the vista from the platform is simply stunning.
Written August 15, 2019
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Peter_Bomberg
Ottawa, Canada1,005 contributions
A wonderful hike
Aug 2019
The hike is not tough but nor is it really easy, there are sections where the guide rope is welcome :)

The number of dogs and runners on the trail is really impressive and the views from the top are really great.
Written August 7, 2019
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Kawapilot
Stockholm, Sweden115 contributions
1,5 hours grueling hike and worth every minute!
Jun 2019
This hike, some plus 600 altitude meters, is well worth the time and pain. On the top you get a stunning view of the Åndalsnes city center and the surroundings.

The climb isn´t a walk in the park. You need to hold on to chains and hike over roots and rocks on the way up. It said in the hotel it would take 1,5 hours and it did...

The fact that Norwegians jog up this path is scary...

At the top other hiking trails take their beginning so this is a good starting point for other trekking as well.
Written August 7, 2019
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