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.
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.
During the summer season (July and August) you can experience the wild and narrow Lake Rondvatnet with a passenger boat.
Rondane also offers ...
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Combine cool city culture in the Norwegian capital with wildlife experiences in raw nature. In a surprisingly short time you can get from charming coastal towns in the Oslo region via huge forests to Norway’s absolute highest and mightiest mountains in the Jotunheimen national park.
In the mountain village of Høvringen, located 1000 meters above sea level, you can enjoy hundreds of kilometres of groomed ski tracks during the winter season. In summer, this is a natural hub for both hiking and biking, with Rondane National Park reaching the very edge of the village.
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