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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.
Skeikampen is a small informal holiday hiking and biking resort at the foot of the Skeikampen Mountain in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley area.
Stalheim Hotel is a two-hour drive from Bergen, and is the starting point for several hikes exploring fjords and mountains.
Stay in good hotels or guest houses during the hike and have your luggage transported to the next place.
Jotunheimen National Park offers 24 peaks over 2,000 metres and is one of the old and traditional hiking areas in Norway.
Valdres offers some of the most rewarding hikes in Fjell Norway, from family friendly walks to multi-day hikes and challenging summits in Jotunheimen.
Norway's highest mountain Galdhøpiggen and one of the oldest national parks in the country make Jotunheimen a hugely popular hiking area.
Jondal is located close to the Hardangerfjord and offers blue ice trips at the Folgefaonna Glacier and mountain hikes from Breidsete to Osadal.