Hiking in the mountains, walking on glaciers, river rafting, and summer skiing are activites you can participate in whilst visiting the Jotunheimen national park. Here, you can reach the top of Northern Europe’s highest mountain Galdhøpiggen, hike from cabin to cabin, or find a nice spot to set up your tent.
The lodge is not a regular hotel and we offer rooms with made-up beds, shower and WC. We serve good…More
The activities we offer are essentially natural experiences based around local and natural resources. No two…More
"Heidal Ysteri makes Heidal cheese and sour cream porridge («rømmegraut»). Heidal cheese comes in different…More
Øien Øvre is a farm situated in Heidal, near Jotunheimen and Rondane. We offer you horse activities all year…More
Galdhøpiggen Summer Ski centre is situated at the foot of the highest mountain of Northern Europe, 1850 m…More
Gjendebu is the oldest of the huts belonging to the Norwegian Mountaineering Assosiation (Den Norske…More
We offer guiding and mountaneering, primarily in Jotunheimen National Park. We tailor events for your group.More
From May to October the area around the River Sjoa and Heidal is teeming with visitors who have come to raft,…More
Guided tours every day from the Juvasshytta across Styggebreen glacier to the top of Galdhøpiggen. You should…More
"The hosts at Nordre Ekre are both chefs, and every day they put together a menu based on local ingredients…More
Day trip on the river Sjoa A day trip rafting the most popular stretch of the river. Extremely varied waters,…More
The Climate park 2469 is an outdoor recreation area situated 1850 meters above sea level, were climate…More
On this tour you cross the glacier Smørstabbreen between Krossbu and Leirvassbu. start at 09.30, the tour…More
Travel to the Peer Gynt Festival from Oslo and experience what Norway is all about: traditions, arts, and the great outdoors.Read more
Norway is an incredible place to explore, with untamed mythical landscapes, mountains, valleys, and fjords. Before you enter the outdoors, get familiar with the nine simple rules of the Norwegian mountain code to help you stay safe.
There is no need to wait until you’re here to find out what you’d like to do.