Best bird watching trails in Troms og Finnmark, Norway

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Explore the most popular bird watching trails in Troms og Finnmark with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of bird watching trails in Troms og Finnmark, Norway
Top trails (27)
#1 - Hesten til Utsikt av Segla
Berg, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 1 h 59 m
Steep climb up and down but incredible 360 views. Well worth the short climb.Show more
#2 - Segla
Fjordgard, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 2.3 mi • Est. 1 h 52 m
Segla is Senja’s most popular hike, and the trail can be a bit crowded. The path it partly quite steep and very rocky. Beware, the trail is muddy at same places when raining. Many of the iconic photos of this mountain that you may have seen were in fact taken from the trail to the north, here: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/norway/troms/hesten-hike-to-views-of-seglaShow more
#3 - Nordkappveien - Knivskjelodden
Skarsvåg, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 10.7 mi • Est. 5 h 17 m
Knivskjellodden is the true northernmost point of Europe and can only be reached by hiking along a small trail on the coast. The hike is a truly rewarding experience, the wilderness is beautiful and the endless ocean panorama is a stunning and unique sight to see! The trail can be quite challenging. It takes you down to sea level where you’ll have to make your way over some craggy rocks and boggy land. The trail is marked with red crosses and cairns made by other hikers. Be carefull with the weather, it changes quickly there. You need warm clothes, something to eat and enough to drink. Very demanding and dangerous with snow and ice! GPS and/or compass is recomended.Show more
#4 - Ørnfløya
Tromsø, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 1.2 mi • Est. 42 m
Ørnfløya is a small a mountain that is not steep at all and easy hike. From the top, you get an amazing view over the small fishing village Sommarøy and Hillesøy, as well as the lovely island Senja and the small characteristic Håja.Show more
#5 - Sherpatrappa og Dalbergstien
Tromsdalen, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 3.4 mi • Est. 2 h 21 m
Great and easy hike with great views over the city. The 1003 steps were built a few years ago by Sherpas from Nepal. It is possible to continue the trail to the summit. Alternatively, you can take the cable car back to Tromsø instead of taking the route back down into the valley.Show more
#6 - Store Blåmann
Kvaløya, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 3.9 mi • Est. 3 h 35 m
A hike on Kvaløya's highest and most challenging peak! This hike will require your concentration and effort throughout the whole trek, but on the summit you will have an exquisite experience. You will overlook some of the most magnificent landscapes you can imagine. The trail is well marked and well maintained. Remember that this is a more physically demanding hike, but worth the effort on the summit.Show more
#7 - Sukkertoppen
Skaland, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 44 m
A steep climb to the Sukkertoppen rewards you with a unique 360-degree view over Bergsfjorden, Bergsøyene and Storhavet. Leaving the road the hike leads you through light birch forest. When you cross the forest border, the terrain changes between a clear path and some rocky areas. You pass Storvannet on the left side before ascending further up towards Grytvatnet and the characteristic Sukkertoppen. The last bit up to the top is quite steep. The trail zigzags up the mountainside and a chain has been set up that can be used in the steepest area.Show more
#8 - Barden
Senjahopen, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 4.4 mi • Est. 2 h 45 m
This is a popular hike with locals due to the great views and relative ease of accesibility. From the top you can see Mefjord and Øyfjord Fjords and mountains Segla and Breidtinden. There is a small car park before the tunnel. The begining of the hike is marshy so you will want to wear waterproof shoes. Show more
#9 - Skarsvåg - Kirkeporten
Skarsvåg, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 1.2 mi • Est. 28 m
Starting from the fishing village of Skarsvåg, a well-marked path leads over the ridge to the Mefjord. The terrain is a bit rough at the beginning of the descent to the Mefjord. Halfway through you can already see the North Cape, and as you get closer to the sea, the arch suddenly becomes visible behind you. The entire walk can be done in an hourShow more
#10 - Barden from Segla Trailhead
Fjordgard, Troms og Finnmark, Norway
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Length: 3.2 mi • Est. 2 h 44 m
An alternative, well worn trail to Barden that leaves from the same trailhead as the famous Segla hike.Show more
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