Train and hiking
An adventurous journey along historic tracks and trails!
Summer shelter in the North
The destination of this trip is the goal. You are hardly any closer to the Arctic, if it wasn’t for the hike on the mountain borders between Narvik and Riksgränsen.
The easiest way is to purchase your ticket at Narvik Station or online at arctictrain.no
The train ride itself is an attraction that many believe surpasses the Flåms line!
From Katterat Station you walk Navvy road as far as you want and preferably down to Rombaksbotn.
There you can choose if you want to return to Katterat Station and take the next train home, remember to check train times for the last train back.
Or you can book (must be pre-booked) you boat and bus transport from Rombaksbotn and back to Narvik. You can buy this either online here at visitnarvik.com or you can buy it at the Tourist Office in Narvik center
You can also walk the Navvy road by crossing Norway. You start from Riksgrensen, and then take the train from Narvik to Riksgrensen which takes about 50 minutes.
No, only on Fridays and Saturdays during the summer season.
You can book a ticket at visitnarvik.com or you can buy it at the Tourist information Office in Narvik town center
For other days you can contact the boat transport provider directly and arrange pick-up and price.
Mobile +47 99 53 80 45 / [email protected]
The Navvy road a construction road that Narvik and Kiruna municipality built during the construction of the Ofoten railway(1890-1903). The road goes all the way from Tornehamn in Sweden to Rombaksbotn in Norway.
Today it is used as a popular tourist trail and you can choose how far you want to go. Here are some different routes that we recommend:
From Katterat Station to Rombaksbotn
Rallarveien is 6 km from Katterat Station to Rombaksbotn
From Bjørnfjell Station to Rombaksbotn
Bjørnfjell station is located between Katterat and Riksgrensen, and the trip from there to Rombaksbotn is 12.5 km.
From Riksgrensen to Rombaksbotn
You can also walk the navvy road from Sweden if you start at Riksgrensen, this is a 15 km hiking trip. Then you take the train to Riksgrensen and hike from there and down to Rombaksbotn.
If you go from Riksgrensen, you hike across Norway in one day!
Go as far or as little as you want - the choice is yours!
You can of course also choose to only walk part of Rallarveien from Katterat Station also go back to Katterat Station to take the train back to Narvik.
This may be something suitable for those with small children under 6 years and who are not used to going a little longer walks.