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Skeikampen is a small informal holiday hiking and biking resort at the foot of the Skeikampen Mountain in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley area.
The stunning landscape of Fjord Norway is a paradise for hikers, with superb walks within easy distance of Geiranger and Ålesund.
Explore the Jostedal glacier, the Storehesten peak or the Fossestien trail in the area of Fjord Norway that is known as “the home of the waterfalls”.
Setesdal has much to offer hikers, from cultural trails and summit climbs to gentler walks in a nature park or to the region's highest waterfall.
Hike to the top of Alden, Blegja or the sea cliffs at Hornelen. Walk to Norway's westernmost point or follow one of the many North Sea trails.
Norway's highest mountain Galdhøpiggen and one of the oldest national parks in the country make Jotunheimen a hugely popular hiking area.
With its fjords and the unique Finnmarksvidda mountain plateau, the vast county of Finnmark is well-suited for hiking holidays for the whole family.
Go hiking in the mountains of Fjord Norway or join a guided walk on the Folgefonna Glacier.
Hiking possibilities abound in Telemark, from coastal walks and forest trips to mountain hikes in Norway's largest national park Hardangervidda.
Valdres offers some of the most rewarding hikes in Fjell Norway, from family friendly walks to multi-day hikes and challenging summits in Jotunheimen.
Three of Norway’s national parks, 10,000-year old glaciers and the highest mountain plateau in northern Europe make this a world-class walking region.
Specialist hiking destinations offer a selection of accommodation and hiking possibilities. Find signposted trails with different difficulty levels.
Specialist hiking lodges and hotels are situated in ideal hiking terrains, offer maps and help you plan your hikes and walks.
There are two marked coastal trails on the Vesterålen Islands. Different hiking associations have cabins both in the mountains and along the seashore.
Trysil is a perfect hiking destination with deep forests and inviting mountains. Pick a new route every day – there are more than 20 to choose from.
Where the Sognefjord runs inland to meet the majestic Jotunheimen Mountains, you will find Klingenberg Hotel in Årdalstangen.
Jondal is located close to the Hardangerfjord and offers blue ice trips at the Folgefaonna Glacier and mountain hikes from Breidsete to Osadal.
Two of the most popular hikes in Norway can be found in Ryfylke: Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) and Kjerag, both located by the Lysefjord.
More than 230 signposted trails lead through varied terrain in fjord and mountain landscape in Stryn and Nordfjord.
Stalheim Hotel is a two-hour drive from Bergen, and is the starting point for several hikes exploring fjords and mountains.
There are 16 guided hikes or walks in the Sunnfjord Area, half way between Bergen and Ålesund.
Hiking opportunities are many. Choose to walk along the coast, beside a fjord or in the mountains.
The Sognefjord area is a paradise for hiking enthusiasts, with a great variety of routes for both experienced and inexperienced adventurers.
The region includes the UNESCO listed Nærøyfjord, the Jostedalsbreen National Park and the spectacular Nigardsbreen Glacier.
Sørlandet in Southern Norway offers numerous hiking possibilities, from the mountains of Setesdal and Sirdal to picturesque coastal paths by the sea.
Explore Norway on a self-guided hike with Din Tur on your next walking holiday.
The longest marked coastal path in Norway stretches 35 kilometres from Stavern to Helgeroa. The Brunvall Farm is located along this path.
Stay in good hotels or guest houses during the hike and have your luggage transported to the next place.
Setesdal is a hiking eldorado in Southern Norway, with a landscape that varies from flat lowlands to wild mountains.
Skeikampen is a hiking destination in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley. Stay at the same place and go on a different hike every day.
From the coast of Norway’s second largest island, Senja, to the national parks in the wild interior, hike under the midnight sun in Northern Norway.
From the Pilgrim's Route to Hornelen, Northern Europe's highest sea cliff, FjordKysten offers a myriad of hiking options in Fjord Norway.
Hammerfest offers hiking in arctic landscape, fjords, glaciers and white beaches. Or you can choose one of several peaks.
Jotunheimen National Park offers 24 peaks over 2,000 metres and is one of the old and traditional hiking areas in Norway.
Ryfylke offers plenty of walking options, whether you are looking for challenging hikes or more gentle walks. The Lysefjord is a popular destination.
There is a network of well maintained, marked trails and cabins all over Norway. Find hiking offers and read about the main mountain areas.
Discover the "mountains and fjords" region on a hike through the Hallingskarvet National Park or the Aurland Valley, among other destinations.
Follow a hiking trail or cattle path to the top of one of many mountains in the Ål region.
From gentle walks by the coast to more arduous mountain hikes inland, the county of Telemark in southern Norway offers exciting, varied terrain.
Find a recommended and sign posted hike in the Golsfjellet Mountain Region. The main hiking season is from June to Agust.
The Stavanger Region offers varied hiking terrain, from rugged peaks in the Lysefjord to gentle coastal walks in Jæren. All are easily accessible.
Choose the pilgrim's route you want to walk, and plan your stay at the Nidaros Pilgrim Centre in Trondheim.
The Peer Gynt Trail and the Pilgrim’s Route are among the most popular hikes in the Lillehammer Region.
From the UNESCO-listed Vega to the rugged peaks of the Lofoten Islands, you can hike in the midnight sun almost 24 hours a day in Northern Norway.
Find guided hikes, as well as tour and accommodation suggestions for your hiking holiday in this scenic region of Fjord Norway.
There are plenty of summit hikes to choose from in Southern Norway. Take your pick.
Stay at Østerbø Fjellstove and choose among hiking trips in the Aurlandsdalen Valley. Experience the Vetlahelvete Cave and the Langedalen Waterfall.
From the Peer Gynt path to the Pilgrim’s Route, the Lillehammer Region and Gudbrandsdalen Valley offer a myriad of hiking options in Eastern Norway.
Book an organised hike if you want accommodation and luggage transportation. Several foreign tour operators can arrange such trips for you.
Whether you choose a gentle coastal hike on Andøya or decide to hike the more demanding Queen's Route, expect spellbinding scenery.
A holiday in Dalen lets you experience a landscape made for walking; in lowlands, high mountains, deep forests and along the Telemark Canal.
There are plenty of marked trails in the Valdres Region. Choose for example a route in the Jotunheimen National Park.
Norway has many attractive hiking lodges where you can sample traditional cuisine. You can also choose from a variety of guided hiking tours.
Follow the Fjord Route, hike in Trollheimen, "the home of trolls", or go peak climbing in Innerdalen, one of Norway's most scenic valleys.
Few places offer as many varied hiking options as the Hardangerfjord and Voss. Fjords, mountains, glaciers and waterfalls are waiting to be explored.
Take a hike in the Hammerfest area - with or without a guide.
Hike the trail across Norway's second largest island Senja. Stay at Mefjord Brygge or Hamn i Senja, and do different hikes every day.
Venabu Mountain Hotel (Venabu Fjellhotell) offers several guided walks in the Rondane and Ringebu mountains in Eastern Norway.
From Slogen in the Sunnmøre Alps to Skageflå in Geirangerfjord, stunning hikes abound in the Ålesund region. Coast, fjord or mountain? You choose.
Hike the famous Aurlandsdalen Valley or try one of many hiking trails in the Golsfjellet Mountains.
The Top 20 hiking program is the most popular activity in Hemsedal. This program guides you to 20 scenic peaks with beautiful views.