Hidden Hiking: Norway

Howdy! If you’re looking for some of the best places to go hiking in Norway, you’ve come to the right place.

In this blog post, we’ll be counting down the top 5 best spots for hiking in Norway.

So let’s get started!

1. Romsdalen

Romsdalen is a valley located in the municipality of Rauma in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is perhaps most famous for being home to the Trollstigen, or “Troll’s Path”, a road with 11 hairpin bends that ascend the valley. But Romsdalen is also a great place for hiking, offering many different routes with varying difficulty levels.

2. Dovrefjell

Dovrefjell is a mountain range in central Norway that forms part of the border between Oppland and Trøndelag counties. It is home to the Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella National Park, which was established in 2002. The park is a great place for hiking and is home to many different species of animals, including the musk ox.

3. Hardangervidda

Hardangervidda is a mountain plateau in southern Norway. It is the largest plateau of its kind in Europe and is home to the Hardangervidda National Park, which was established in 1981. The park is a great place for hiking and is also popular for activities such as fishing, hunting, and bird watching.

4. Lofoten

The Lofoten archipelago is located in the northern part of Norway, above the Arctic Circle. It is famous for its dramatic landscapes, with towering mountains, pristine beaches, and picturesque fishing villages. Lofoten is a popular destination for hiking, with many different routes to choose from.

5. Jotunheimen

Jotunheimen is a mountain range in southern Norway. It is home to the Jotunheimen National Park, which was established in 1980. The park is a popular destination to see many different glaciers and peaks, including the highest mountain in Norway, Galdhøpiggen.

So, there you have it! These are the top 5 best places to go hiking in Norway. We hope you enjoy exploring these amazing places!


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