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Two people enjoying the view of Rondane national park
Rondane national park.
Photo: CH /
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A taste of the highlands

At once tranquil and sublime, Rondane National Park is an ideal place to experience the mountains and highlands of Eastern Norway.

Dynamic Variation:
Sohlbergplassen Viewpoint.
Photo: CH /
Couple skiing in the Rondane mountains
Cross-country skiing in the Rondane mountains.
Photo: C.H. -
Rondvassbu cabin.
Photo: Anders Gjengedal -
Horse-back riding by Venabu Fjellhotell
Horseback riding by Venabu Fjellhotell.
Photo: CH -
Autumn in Oppland
Marked hiking trails.
Photo: Anders Gjengedal -
Moose in Rondane National Park.
Photo: Roger Brendhagen

Where to stay

Food and drink

Getting here and around

By road:
  • All communication north/south bound in Norway will take you to the small town of Otta beside the main road E6. From here it is only a 30-minute drive drive up the mountain roads to either Mysuseter, Grimsdalen or Høvringen.
  • Rondane is located about four hours from Oslo, seven hours from Bergen, seven hours from Stavanger and three and a half hours from Trondheim by car.
By train:
  • NSB, the Norwegian state railways, has several daily departures from Oslo to Otta (approximately three and a half hours) and from there you can get to Rondane by local bus or taxi.
By boat:
  • During the summer season (July and August) you can experience the wild and narrow Lake Rondvatnet with a passenger boat.

Rondane also offers ...

There is no need to wait until you´re here to find out what you´d like to do.


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