On Moskenesøya, in Lofoten, there is a wealth of hiking opportunities. Several of the tours go to the bays on the outer side of the island with close contact with the ocean.
Start from the road ends at the Outer Sand and follow the path along the shoreline. You pass an old naustmur of granite, and after a while end up the trail into an old veistump built-up by hand. At Lund neck you see the entrance to a restored ørnfangerhule, signs are on the road. Are you observant on this trip, you will surely spot both cormorants and eagles. Mulstøa is an abandoned settlement, and only settlement today is a private cabin. Nice little sandy beach where you can light a fire. Cozy family outing.
Easy hike, about 2 hours back and forth, distinct path.
Length: About. 1.7 km
Duration: 1 day +
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grading: easy +
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Outer Sand lying to the north of Moskenesøya, at the end of the road.
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Last updated: 01/13/2016