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Make sure to take a break in order to take in the beautiful scenery of Rondane, Norway - Photo: C.H./Innovation Norway
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Make sure to take a break in order to take in the beautiful scenery of Rondane, Norway Photo: C.H./Innovation Norway

Getting to Rondane National Park and around

Mysuseter, Høvringen and Grimsdalen are all important gateways to Rondane. These are all easily accesible from the main road E6.

All communication north/south bound in Norway will take you to the small town of Otta beside the main road E6. From here it is only a 30-minute drive drive up the mountain roads to either Mysuseter, Grimsdal or Høvringen. 

From Oslo

Rondane lies approximately 310 kilometers northwest of Oslo.

By car:
The drive from Oslo takes approximately four hours. Follow the E6 from Oslo to Otta. From here it is only a 30-minute drive drive up the mountain roads to either Mysuseter, Grimsdal or Høvringen.  

By train:
You can take the train from Oslo to Otta (approximately three and a half hours) and from there you can get to Rondane by local bus or taxi. For train timetables and booking, please contact the Norwegian State Railways (NSB).

By bus:
From Oslo there is a bus that takes you to Otta (approximately five hours) and from there you can get to Rondane by local bus or taxi. For timetables and booking, please contact Nor-Way Bussekspress.

From Bergen

Rondane lies approximately 520 kilometers northeast of Bergen.

By car:
The drive from Bergen takes approximately seven hours. Follow the E16 from Bergen to Lærdal, and then follow rv. 5 to Sogndal.

From Sogndal you follow the beautiful Sognefjell Road (rv. 55) to Lom, and from Lom you follow rv. 15 to Otta. From here it is only a 30-minute drive drive up the mountain roads to either Mysuseter, Grimsdal or Høvringen.  

By bus:
From Bergen there is a bus that takes you to Otta (approximately 10 hours) and from there you can get to Rondane by local bus or taxi. For timetables and booking, please contact Nor-Way Bussekspress.

From Stavanger

Rondane lies approximately 600 kilometers northeast of Stavanger.

By car:
The drive from Stavanger takes approximately seven hours. The easiest route is to follow the E39 to Kristiansand, and then the E18 to Oslo.

From Oslo you follow the E6 to Otta. From here it is only a 30-minute drive drive up the mountain roads to either Mysuseter, Grimsdal or Høvringen.  

By train:
There is no direct train between Stavanger and Rondane. However, you can take the train from Stavanger to Oslo, and then catch a new train between Oslo and Otta. From there you can get to Rondane by local bus or taxi. Total travel time is approximately 13 hours. For train timetables and booking, please contact the Norwegian State Railways (NSB).

From Trondheim

Rondane lies approximately 250 kilometers south of Trondheim.

By car:
The drive form Trondheim takes approximately three and a half hours. Follow the E6 from Trondheim to Otta. From here it is only a 30-minute drive drive up the mountain roads to either Mysuseter, Grimsdal or Høvringen.  

By train:
You can take the train from Trondheim to Otta (approximately three and a half hours), and from there you can get to Rondane by local bus or taxi. For timetables and booking, please contact the Norwegian State Railways (NSB) .

By bus:
From Trondheim there is a bus that takes you to Otta (approximately four hours) and from there you can get to Rondane by local bus or taxi. For timetables and booking, please contact Nor-Way Bussekspress.

Getting around

Once in Rondane, the only way of getting around is walking, skiing, cycling or riding.

During the summer season (July and August) you can also experience the wild and narrow Lake Rondvatnet with the passenger boat Rondegubben II. Of course you can drive your car on certain roads, but generally all motorized vehicles are banned.

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Last updated:  2014-04-30

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Make sure to take a break in order to take in the beautiful scenery of Rondane, Norway - Photo: C.H./Innovation Norway

Getting to Rondane National Park and around

Mysuseter, Høvringen and Grimsdalen are all important gateways to Rondane. These are all easily accesible from the main road E6.

Getting to Rondane National Park and around

Source: Visitnorway

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Rondane is the oldest national park in Norway. The park was established in 1962 to preserve the nature and the living areas of the wild reindeer.

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