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Finnkonnakken, Norway
Norway

Finkonnakken (518 meters above sea) is located in Bodø Kommune in Norway. It's a 2 hour walk to the top (3.4 km) from the parking lot beneath the mountain, and there are two main routes leading to the summit. The map describes both routes. On nice days like this one one can see Lofoten, Steigen, Kjerringøy, Steigtind, Festvåg, Mistfjorden.

for map of routes: http://ut.no/tur/finnkonnakken

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Uploaded: 09/09/2012
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