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Forollhogna National Park

Forollhogna National Park Photo: Jon H. Lillegjelten Forollhogna National Park Photo: Tomas Lillehagen Forollhogna National Park Photo: Tomas Lillehagen Forollhogna National Park Photo: Lars Olov Helms Forollhogna National Park Photo: Lars Olav Helms
Forollhogna National Park Photo: Jon H. Lillegjelten
Forollhogna National Park Photo: Tomas Lillehagen
Forollhogna National Park Photo: Tomas Lillehagen
Forollhogna National Park Photo: Lars Olov Helms
Forollhogna National Park Photo: Lars Olav Helms

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Forollhogna offers a continuous high mountain region and gentle valley sides,
which are often referred to as ‘The kind mountains’. Norway’s most productive
reindeer herd lives here and is known for its large bucks with their beautiful
antlers. Vingelen National Park village is on the border of the National Park.

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Forollhogna National Park - Photo: Jon H. Lillegjelten

Forollhogna National Park

Forollhogna offers a continuous high mountain region and gentle valley sides, which are often referred to as ‘The kind mountains’. Norway’s most produc...

Forollhogna National Park

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