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Autumn in Oppland, Norway Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/IN
Hiking in the Jotunheimen National Park is like a national sport to Norwegians. Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/IN
Hardangervidda Mountain Plateau is located east of Bergen and the Hardangerfjord, and is one of Norway's most popular recreational mountain areas. Photo: Anders Gjengedal/Innovation Norway
There are many good spots for kiting at the Hardangervidda Mountain Plateau. Photo: Anders Gjengedal/Innovation Norway
Go for a snowmobile trip across Finnmarksvidda Mountain Plateau. Driving under the northern lights is a magic experience. Photo: C.H./Innovation Norway
Hardangervidda Mountain Plateau is known for excellent hiking and fishing possibilities. You can find organised hikes for groups. Photo: Anders Gjengedal/Innovasjon Norge
Eidsbugarden Mountain Lodge is a popular and good place to stay, and a perfect base camp for doing different walks in the Jotunheimen Mountains. Photo: Anders Gjengedal/Innovation Norway
The Rondane National Park offers hiking and skiing, and you can stay at different mountain lodges every night. Photo: Anders Gjengedal/Innovation Norway
Sunnmørsalpene are located north in Fjord Norway, close to Ålesund and Molde, and offer spectacular peaks and dramatic nature. Photo: Anders Gjengedal/Innovation Norway
The Dovrefjell mountain area is the home of the musk ox and the barrier between the southern and central regions of Norway. Photo: Anders Gjengedal/Innovation Norway
Enjoy the magical midnight sun during the summer months, or the northern lights during autumn and winter. Photo: CH/Innovation Norway
The Lyngensalpene Mountains are located northeast of Tromsø in Northern Norway. Photo: Sigrid de Vries/Destinasjon Tromsø

Mountain Guide

Find detailed information on the main mountain regions in Norway. Galdhøpiggen in Jotunheimen is the tallest mountain at 8,100 feet above sea level.

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Autumn in Oppland, Norway - Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/IN

Mountain Guide

Find detailed information on the main mountain regions in Norway. Galdhøpiggen in Jotunheimen is the tallest mountain at 8,100 feet above sea level.

Mountain Guide

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Mountains of Norway

    Norwegian mountain regions

    Jotunheimen

    Jotunheimen has the largest concentration of mountains higher than 6,500 feet in Northern Europe.

    Hardangervidda

    The vast mountain plateau of Hardangervidda is one of Europe's largest. It is also home to Northern Europe’s largest stock of reindeer.

    Dovrefjell

    The Dovrefjell mountain area is the home of the musk ox and the barrier between the southern and central regions of Norway.

    Finnmarksvidda

    Finnmarksvidda is one of Norway’s largest mountain plateaus and the home of the Sami people.

    Lyngsalpene (The Lyngen Alps)

    The impressive Lyngsalpene are located above the Arctic Circle, not far from the city of Tromsø.

    Rondane National Park

    The first national park of Norway welcomes you to its high peaks and varied, wild and beautifull nature.

    Sunnmørsalpene

    Majestic peaks and a rugged alpine massif distinguish Sunnmørsalpene from other mountain areas in Norway. Off-piste skiing is at its best here.

    Trollheimen, Home of the Trolls

    Trollheimen is as rugged a mountain range as any in Norway, but with green, idyllic valleys interspersed in between the peaks.

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