Rambling in Dovrefjell National Park - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail with luggage transfer | Discover Norway
Dovrefjell - A mulitday hike in one of Norway's most spectacular mountain areas. Several important historical events have taken place here and the area is known for its rich flora and fauna. Dovre- Furuhaugli- Hjerkinn- Kongsvold.
A hiking tour in one of Norway’s most spectacular mountain areas. Numerous important historical events have taken place in this area.
The tour is literally a walk through Norwegian history, combined with spectacular scenery. This tour covers part of the Gudbrandsdalen path, the longest pilgrim route in Norway. This used to be the main road to Nidaros, todays Trondheim, during the Middle Ages. Walk in the footsteps of thousands of pilgrims and be inspired by a diverse nature, cultural landscape and high mountain terrain.
The Dovrefjell National Park is also famous for its rich flora and fauna.
This is a nice tour for those who want to combine hiking in highlands with a good level of comfort. You stay in nice, private guesthouses and your luggage is transferred from one accommodation to the next.
The tour is suitable for people with normal/good shape. You should be accustomed to walking in mountain areas and all kinds of weather.
Tour start: Mondays, 24 June - 9 September
Other dates on request
When booking, you will receive a new e-mail from us when all the accommodation is confirmed. This may take from a few hours up to 3 business days. Please do not book your flights until you have received a confirmation from us.
Per person in double room: NOK 8 850,-
Single room supplement: NOK 2 160,-
Book early discount before 1 June: NOK 250,- per person
4 x accommodation with breakfast, self-packed lunch / refill thermos and dinner.
Transfer Toftemo - Budsjord
Luggage transfer (1 piece)
Travel and cancellation insurance
Travel to Toftemo/from Kongsvold
We can assist with train tickets to and from the tour (Oslo, Oslo airport, Trondheim etc.) Ask for a quote!
Last updated: 09/28/2023
Source: Visit Lillehammer