Tåkeheimen next to the Svartisen glacier was voted the most inaccessible cabin with 30.53 percent of the votes. (Photo Torbjørn Bjelland / DNT)
Tåkeheimen is voted Norway’s most inaccessible cabin. The Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) has on its website made an informal poll among its readers on the occasion of the official opening of cabin number 500: Rabothytta in Hemnes municipality in Nordland.
Tåkeheimen is located next to the Svartisen glacier 1073 meters (3520 ft) above sea level. It is the highest situated cabin DNT has in Northern Norway with sparkling views of the fjords at Glomfjord and the islands beyond.
The following cabins were voted in the next places:
The cabin is located on the lower side of the Hardangerjøkulen glacier and many say that the outhouse at Demmevasshytta has Norway’s best views. To get to the cabin you have to walk across the glacier, and you must bring safety equipment. (Photo: DNT)
Gjegnabu is situated at almost 1200 meters (3937 ft) above sea level next to the Ålfotbreen glacier. The architect was inspired by the jagged and angular shapes in the landscape when he designed this pyramid shaped cabin. (Photo: Robin Kråkenes / DNT)
North on the Dovre Mountains you will find this tiny and cozy stone cottage with a combined sleeping and living area with two relatively spacious bunk beds. In 1936, Kristiansund and Nordmøre Trekking Association (KNT) got the cabin as a gift from Harald J. Loennechen, and since then the association has operated it. (Photo: Roseanne Uglestad / DNT)
Leinahytta by the Altevatnet Lake in Bardu municipality in Troms is located approximately 40 kilometers from the end of the road at Altevassdammen. The scenery is stunning and there are exciting Sami cultural heritage sites in the area, as well as excellent opportunities for hunting, fishing and hiking. (Photo: Claus Grimstad / DNT)
Sauebrehytta is located in a spectacular recreation area near the Folgefonna glacier. There are many possibilities to get to the cabin, but all are demanding. In return you will arrive at an intimate cabin with exceptionally nice view of the glacier. (Photo: Lars Kr. Gjerde / DNT)
Text by: Thor Lanesskog, ThorNews
Source: Den Norske Turistforeningen