Would you like to conquer iconic mountain formations like Trolltunga and The Pulpit Rock? Or do you want to try a less crowded hike with equally impressive views? Few places have such varied scenery in one region as Fjord Norway. Here are some of the region's best hiking options.
The famous mountains of Preikestolen, the Romsdalseggen ridge, Trolltunga, and Kjerag are just a few of Fjord Norway’s most popular hikes – and they are all big adventures. They might be taxing on your knees and quads, though, unless you are an experienced hiker. But you’ll also find numerous shorter and gentler paths perfect for families with children or anyone who simply prefer to take it easy. There are some great hiking areas along the fjords, in the national parks, and through the green valleys.
And since Fjord Norway stretches over 57,604 square kilometres, you might not want to cover the whole thing in one go. Why not pick an area or two and really explore the many exciting nooks and crannies there – and avoid the crowds at the same time? There are many regions in the western part of Norway, and below are some of the best hikes in each area, from south to north.
Make sure that you find out which hiking routes are suitable for your level in advance. Read our tips for mountain safety and how to prepare for your hiking adventure! For more challenging climbs, we recommended that you join a group trip or book a qualified guide.
The best hikes in Fjord Norway
A selection of fantastic hikes in Fjord Norway from south to north
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