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Walking and guided hikes in Breheimen and Jotunheimen

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Landscape
  • Mountain

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Description

Nørdstedalseter is a good starting point, both for those who prefer shorter walks in the beautiful surroundings and for those who seek longer hikes in Breheimen or Jotunheimen. The contrasts you will see here are great, from lush, green valleys to bare mountains topped by glaciers. All DNT routes are clearly waymarked. We offer guided tours to the summit or in the valley. In summer, there's a motorroad (no barrier) all the way to the lodge.

Facilities

  • Hire

    • bicycles
  • Nature and terrain

    • steep
    • lookout point
    • mountainous terrain
    • mountains
  • Discounts

    • DNT- membership

Categories

  • Guided tours Guided tours
  • Hiking Hiking

Hours

6/24/2013 - 9/12/2013
Mon - Sun
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Walking and guided hikes in Breheimen and Jotunheimen

Walking and guided hikes in Breheimen and Jotunheimen

Nørdstedalseter is a good starting point, both for those who prefer shorter walks in the beautiful surroundings and for those who seek longer hikes in...

Walking and guided hikes in Breheimen and Jotunheimen

Source: Visitnorway

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