The Norwegian mountains are fantastic. Fresh water, pure air and beautiful nature as far as the eye can see. An experience of nature you will remember for life.
However, a walking tour needs planning. That is why you should read the brochures "Safety in the Norwegian mountains" summer and winter before setting out on your hike. The brochures gives you useful information, for example about the equipment and clothing you should pack, as well as first aid advice and some information about the Norwegian rescue service.
The Norwegian Mountain Code is directed towards your safety. When hiking, cycling or skiing in the Norwegian mountains you should always try to follow the mountain code.
View all listings
Copy and paste this code into your blog/website
Bring the right equipment and clothing, and get tips on first aid.
Safety in the Norwegian mountains
Loading seems to take longer than expected.
Please try again later. If the problem persists, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Search, compare and book accommodation in Norway.
Widest selection of flights to and within Norway.
Compare rates from leading car rental companies nationwide.
Best price guaranteed - Ferries to and from Norway.
Best price guaranteed - Cruises in Norway.
Contact usBooking - Book NorwayAbout visitnorway.us About Innovation NorwayPhoto service & creditsInnovation Norway's officesLegal disclaimerTravel TradeList of US travel providersMedia & pressPrivacy and security policy
Facebook Twitter.com/VisitnorwayUSA YouTube
Games and moreFree games:- Holmenkollen Ski Jump- Trysil Twin Tip
The northern lightsSeason and climate in NorwayThe vikingsFjord NorwayHurtigruten OsloBergenTromsøLofotenThe world's best train rideArctic Norway is the kingdom of light
Reservation SupportAbout Book NorwayTerms and conditionsPrivacy & securityFAQ
Order brochuresEnewslettersGoscandinaviaView all our videosFree screensaver from Norway
You are browsing the full version of Visitnorway on a small screen.
Go to mobile version
You are currently browsing the mobile version of Visitnorway.
Go to full version