Mårbu is a natural stopover for a cabin-to-cabin tour on Hardangervidda. The cabin is situated at Skartåkervollen on the shore of Søre Nordmannsslepa.
Mårbu is a natural stopover for a cabin-to-cabin tour on the Hardanger Plateau, but the area also has fine day hikes and therefore is well suited to families with children who prefer extended stays of several days. Moreover, the fishing is good in waters near the lodge.
The lodge is staffed at Easter and in the summer season. It has 46 bunks in two-bunk and four-bunk rooms, a washroom, showers and a drying room. Out of season it is a self-service emergency shelter (20 bunks), accessible using the DNT cabin key.
Mårbu lies at Skartåkervollen on the shore of Søre Nordmannsslepa. In olden days, Skartåkervollen was a dancing place.
Last updated: 01/02/2024
Source: Visitrjukan AS