Rondablikk enjoys a beautiful location by the foot of Rondane National Park, and offers spectacular views of the enormous mountain plateau.
Rondablikk enjoys a beautiful location by the foot of Rondane National Park, and offers spectacular views of the enormous mountain plateau with its over 10 peaks stretching 2000 m a.s.l. This cabin-style hotel is inspired by Peer Gynt, with nature in focus.
75 comfortable rooms with private bathroom, and the hotel offers free Wi-Fi throughout. Some of the rooms have own balcony with panoramic views of the mountains. Guests can take in this peaceful, natural scenery from the terrace, or as they enjoy a BBQ in the garden. For those looking to stay active, the hotel's fitness suite and stunning swimming pool are ideal. Sauna and sunbeds are also available. The hotel has a bar and several lounges – many with fireplace.
Rondablikk’s kitchen offers good and home-cooked food based on traditions and high-quality ingredients. Large breakfast and dinner buffets – the latter with a wide selection of hot and cold dishes and desserts. Remember to try the warm waffles with delicious toppings, together with freshly brewed coffee!
The spectacular mountain plateaus are ideal for walks and bike rides, and the peaks in Rondane National Park offer excellent hiking challenges. Boat trips and fishing on the lakes are also possible.
In connection with the Peer Gynt Festival, a mountain concert will be performed on the open-air stage by Rondablikk Høyfjellshotell. Every year, thousands of visitors trek to the mountains to listen to beautiful music with the majestic Rondane massif as a backdrop. In 2015, the concert "By Rondane" will be held on 9 August at 13:00. Join us for a captivating cultural experience in the wild.
Rondane National Park
Rondane National Park, covering 572 sq km, was awarded protected status in 1962. In its heart is the majestic Rondane massif – often hailed as the most beautiful and spectacular mountain range in Norway. New roads, lodges/cabins or other encroachment are not permitted in the area. All vegetation is protected. Even the larger trees are left standing as these provide habitats for birds. Motor vehicles are not permitted.
Rondane National Park has a typical high-mountain landscape, with large areas at over 1445 metre altitude. Ten peaks tower over 2000 m above sea level; Rondslottet (2178) and Storranden (2138) are the highest.
Traces from when the area was covered by ice can be found all over Rondane. Narrow valleys, canyons and large terraces are all remnants of the last Ice Age. The protection of Rondane ensures that you as visitors are guaranteed a wonderful nature experience, but also places obligations on you as our guests to look after these natural riches.
A total of 124 different species of bird and 28 types of mammal have been observed in Rondane. 20 of these have this as their permanent habitat. The area is also home to 240 different tall plant species, and over 300 types of moss and lichen.