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Kvalvika Beach, Moskenesoy

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Kvalvika Beach is located in Moskenesoy. To visit Kvalvika Beach on your trip to Reine, use our Reine vacation route planner.
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  • easy in the summer, but Snowshoes are essential when there are 60 cm of snow at the pass. The slabs are super-glissantes. The discovery of the beach and the sea roaring in a mix of longer, snow, cloud and Sun is what I've seen more beautiful.
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  • I've been on this beach with my wife on August 17, 2016, on a hot day (18° C) and sunny. As written by others, we left the car on a pitch on the road, finding fortunately still a free place. In this regard, I recommend going early, at least in the period of August, otherwise you risk having to Park much earlier or much later. The trail is located on the opposite side of the pitch, would last an hour, but we wasted no time in taking pictures of the scenery and the times you are dilated until the hour and a half. We route well because it didn't rain for days and was in good condition, however some sections damply met them. The first is about 1/3 of the trail going up and consists of a cross cutting of water which basically soak the soil and grassy cover, but the passage is facilitated by runways consist of long wooden planks. The other sections are located after the pitch, basically because the descent in the morning is always in the shade, and much of that stretch between rocks that obviously cannot be completely dry. Be careful and regular donot personally to address the path with tennis shoes, especially compared to the descent. Us calzavamo trail-running shoes and went well, certainly the daredevils with sneakers were there, and one of these we saw it slip between the rocks and get a nice cut/bruise in the arm (but we also rescued and given a nice cerottone!) This is to say that it's still a mountain path and needs to be addressed carefully and specially equipped. The final section gets progressively more sandy soil under the wind that lifts the sand and carries it aloft. The beach is visible as soon as you exceed the step and is already a wonder, but still do not have the perception of the dimensions that you appreciate more and more hand like that go down. Certainly you have to earn it with a bit of a pain (like Bunes beach, just as good!), but totally worth it. I could go back 100 times, 100 times more in Lofoten would stay on the beautiful beach of Kvalvika! Hope you all get there
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  • We visited Kvalvika during a week stay in Lofoten, and together with the Blacksmith in Sund it was the most memorable visit during our stay. We hiked across a ridge to the beach who is situated on the...  more »