What to do in Hallingdal
Hallingdal combines mountains, waterfalls and glaciers to form a holiday that will leave you with lasting memories.
Stay in Hallingdal and experience the high mountains with their wide views and the lush valleys by the fjords, all in a single journey.
Discover fjords, glaciers, waterfalls, the Flåm Railway, Stegastein and many more attractions with these breathtaking 360 panorama photos.
Explore the beauties of nature from fjord to mountains, from Gulsvik to Høgevarde.
Play golf with the mighty Hydnefossen Waterfall in the background, go fishing for trout in a mountain lake or pamper yourself at one of Gol's spas.
The gentle high mountains of Nesbyen offers fishing, hiking, swimming cycling, canoeing and riding.
Hike from the top of Geilolia, join a riding trip, try river rafting in Numedalslågen or go off-road biking - all this is possible in the Geilo area.
Ål in Hallingdal has many activities for you to enjoy. Try for example cross-country skiing during winter or hiking and cycling in the summer.
The winter in Ål i Hallingdal offers many popular activities for the whole family: Cross-country, alpine, kiting, tobogganing, jigging and much more.
Norefjell, only a 90-minute drive from Oslo, is the high mountain area closest to the Norwegian capital. It also boasts Scandinavia's highest drop.
Rallarvegen lets you set your own pace through 50 miles of mountainous scenery. No wonder it's Norway's most popular cycle route.
Recommended hiking areas around Geilo include the Hardangervidda Mountain Plateau and Geilotoppen Mountain.
The large mountain areas around Nesbyen offer many opportunities for all levels of hiking. Here you can experience both mountains and forests.
Get close to bears at Vassfaret Bear Park, and see art at Blaafarveværket.
Visit one of Norway's oldest open air museums and get close to wolves and other animals at E.K.T. Langedrag Nature Park.
Tour suggestions include Veslefjell Mountain and two round trips on the Gol mountain plateau. Trails are signposted.
Ål has more than 50 well marked hikes with detailed descriptions and maps. Most of them pass through mountainous terrain, but are easily accessible.
Bring your walking boots and join a guided hike on the Hardangervidda mountain plateau between Oslo and Bergen.