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Guided hiking tour to "Rabothytta" and glacier tour on "Okstindbreen"

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Join Arctic Events to Northern Norway's most impressive cabin!
The DNT cabin "Rabothytta" is dramatically situated at 1200 metres altitude, on the very edge of the Okstindbreen glacier.

Arctic Events offers a guided tour up to the cabin, and a guided hiking tour on the glacier.

Offered daily in the period from June 20. - July 10. and from August to September.

The walk up to Rabothytta is about 5 km and takes about 2 hours.
The glacier tour is about 1 km. from the cabin. At the start of the season is the glacier mostly covered by snow, while towards the end of summer the blue ice front appears.

Basic food and coffee can be purchased at Rabothytta
Duration: 6-8 hours total
Age limit: None


Included in price:
- Rental of glacier equipment
- Mountain guide

Attendance is arranged directly with the guide after booking.

Participants must bring warm and windproof clothing (that covers the entire body ), good walking boots, food and drink.


The trip requires a sufficient number of participants.
Any cancellation will be notified to you no later than the day before departure and you get a full refund

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