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"You get into a different rhythm. In everyday life, you have so many plans and things to keep in mind.
When you are out on a trip, you can relax completely."

Oda Ramsdal

Oda Ramsdal and Thorin the dog .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway
Oda Ramsdal and Thorin the dog .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

"Walking Norway from South to North was a dream I had had for a long time. Being in nature long enough to experience the transitions of the seasons, and the cycle of the animal and plant life. The circle of life."

Sheep in the mountain .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway
Sheep in the mountain .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

Hiking the length of Norway

From south to north, with Oda Ramsdal

Oda Ramsdal sitting in the sunset .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway
Oda Ramsdal sitting in the sunset .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

3,000 kilometers of nature experiences

Hiking Norway between Lindesnes in the very south of Norway and the North Cape at the very north, has become very popular in recent years. Oda Ramsdal spent 162 days on the trip, which is over 3,000 kilometres long.

You don't need to walk the whole distance to get good nature experiences, though. The route can easily be divided into shorter stretches, or maybe you would rather cross Norway between east and west instead? You should, of course, also aim for shorter distances and have a bit of experience before embarking on really long trips.

If you're eager to start walking, jump straight into the planning stage. For more inspiration, scroll below to discover more of Oda's story!

"When walking long distances, it's easy to focus on the goal. That's when you have to remember to enjoy the path
– the things that happen, the people, and the nature experiences you get along the way."

Oda Ramsdal having lunch break at the mountain .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway
Oda Ramsdal having lunch break at the mountain .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

Preparing for adventure

Oda grew up in a family that loved being outdoors. She remembers her parents taking the kids on short or long trips almost every day, and learning how to appreciate nature and feel the closeness and respect for it.

"Nature can be your friend, but you do not have much to contend with it if it decides to turn rough on you."

Completing the six-month-long trip was a dream she had had for many years. But before heading out on her main mission, she completed many shorter training trips first.

Oda chose her own trail, which is shown below. If you are looking for other trail suggestions, the official European Long Distance Path, E1, is a popular option that starts at the North Cape and ends in Italy. Just be aware that it is not always a marked path, and it only goes through Norway between the North Cape and the Røros area before crossing the border into Sweden

Oda Ramsdal's hiking trail from Lindesnes to North Cape
Oda Ramsdal's hiking trail from Lindesnes to North Cape.
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

Southern Norway

Hiking Norway south to north: part 1

Ryvingen Lighthouse in Lindesnes .
Photo: Sjiva Janssen Oppad / Visit Sørlandet
Ryvingen Lighthouse in Lindesnes .
Photo: Sjiva Janssen Oppad / Visit Sørlandet

A start full of contrasts

In the middle of May, Oda said goodbye to her family, who had come to see her off at Lindesnes, at the southernmost tip of Norway. While they waived their flags and cheered her on, she took her first steps on the 3,000 km long trip, feeling extremely excited.

"You can compare it to having Constitution day, your birthday, and Christmas all at once. Then I suddenly walked straight into the hardest part of the trip – seen in retrospect," says Oda.

Oda Ramsdals family waving goodbye at Lindesnes
Oda Ramsdals starting at Lindesnes.
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

The snowmelt turned out to be far more demanding than she had imagined.

"It was the biggest contrast. It was a brutal struggle and there were wide rivers that I actually thought I would die crossing, but I also witnessed the beauty of nature waking to life again after a long hibernation. My days were full of close encounters with wildlife like grouse, a beaver that had built a bridge for us, moose and wild reindeer."

"There were also some of the craziest sunsets I have ever seen. When you are so physically exhausted, these small impressions get so big. I have cried while watching a few sunsets."

Grouse eggs and ice melting.
Photo: Oda Ramsdal

Oda's tips for Southern Norway:

Recommended: "The Austheiene mountain and moor region is a hidden pearl, you really get a sense of wilderness there, especially in the northern parts. The Hardangervidda is the Hardangervidda (i.e. obviously well worth a visit). The Skarveheimen and Hallingskarvet are also great natural areas. If you want, you can walk from cabin to cabin, owned and run by DNT (The Norwegian Trekking Association), in the mountains in all these areas."

Not recommended: "I would maybe have waited until the snow had melted away. It was an amazing experience, but it was extremely exhausting. I would maybe rather head for the Setesdalsheiene or Sirdalen at the start. Austheiene has very demanding and hilly terrain."

The Jotunheimen, Rondane and Dovre National Parks

Hiking Norway south to north: part 2

Musk ox in Oppdal .
Photo: Oppdal Safari
Musk ox in Oppdal .
Photo: Oppdal Safari

Summer and farm life

Good things come to those who wait, and after a month and a half of the snowmelt season in the south, Oda finally reached the Jotunheimen, Rondane and Dovrefjell National Parks. She describes it as the most euphoric experience of the whole trip.

"I especially remember one moment when I entered Jotunheimen and knew there would be no more snow. A small bee suddenly buzzed around us, and we saw fantastic fields of flowers. This little bee gave me so much joy and became a great symbol to me, that such a small thing could mean so much."

Oda's boyfriend, Marcus, and their other dog, Kora, joined her for a while at this stage of the journey.

"This became my summer holiday, and I really enjoyed it. We just strolled through the mountains, and it was a very carefree period. One very hot day, we even stumbled upon a small stream close to a little cabin – with cool beers hidden in it! I guess some hunters had left it there. But I think it's best if we keep that place secret,"she laughs.

"In addition, the area from Jotunheimen, Bygdin and all the way to Forollhogna is a paradise of small mountain farms, with sour cream porridge, and cows and sheep grazing freely all around. You actually get a historical view of what farm life was like in earlier times, and you really get to know the country and the old traditions that you might not have been aware of."

"One very hot day, we even stumbled upon a small stream close to a little cabin – with cool beers hidden in it!"

Oda's tips for Jotunheimen, Rondane and Dovre:

Recommended: "There are so many nice places, and it's an area with a lot of wild reindeer. We were honoured to meet one of these wild herds north of Dovre, and getting to watch their dynamic was very special. But of course, if you meet wild reindeer, you must keep your distance and show them respect. They are endangered and under a lot of pressure."

"Maybe I should mention the less known 'little brother' of Rondane and Dovre too – Forollhogna. It's a very impressive wilderness area with a lot of good fishing. If you enjoy finding your own paths and walking outside marked trails, it's a perfect fit for you, as there's not that many trails there."

Not recommended: "Actually, there is nothing here I would not recommend. These are very beautiful and open high mountain landscapes. It's relatively easy terrain, although there are of course occasional swampy, rocky, and steep areas."

Be aware: In the Dovre area, look up for the musk ox, who migrates down from the mountains in the summer. They might be dangerous if feeling threatened.

Trøndelag

Hiking Norway south to north: part 3

The wilderness of Trøndelag .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway
The wilderness of Trøndelag .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

Bogs, cloudberries and kindness

From years before Oda started her epic hike and right up until she entered the middle part of Norway, in Trøndelag, she was warned of one thing in particular: Bogs.

"I had heard about hill bogs, flat bogs, hanging bogs, sinking bogs – all kinds of bogs. So you can say I was very aware of bogs before I got there. But when I walked, it was a pretty dry summer, so I thought it was a lot better than everyone had warned me about."

"It was actually lovely to arrive in this lush world of animals and cloudberries in Trøndelag, after walking through miles of high mountains and dry, rocky areas. And The Blåfjella and Skjækerfjella National Park is an area I would like to explore more in particular."

After eating a lot of cloudberries, fishing in lakes and having a good time, Oda also visited the two traditional mountain farms Gaundalen and Gjefsjøen, where she says she was "greeted with open arms and so much warmth that I was completely overwhelmed."

"It was lovely to arrive in this lush world of animals and cloudberries in Trøndelag, after walking through miles of high mountains and dry, rocky areas."

She then made a decision that she would come to regret a few days later...

"The terrain now started to get very challenging. I was also supposed to meet my boyfriend in Røyrvik very soon, so I decided to take the asphalt road – which was both the easier and quicker alternative. After this stage, my feet started to hurt every time I took a step."

Oda's tips for Trøndelag:

Recommended: "I absolutely recommend visiting the two mountain farms Gaundalen and Gjefsjøen. They are both full of history, it is possible to sleep there, and at Gjefsjøen you can also get food. The farmers who live there are so nice, and out there in no man's land, you really get a sense of travelling back in time."

Not recommended: "I should absolutely have done more research on if there were other alternatives than walking on the asphalt. Especially if you walk with a backpack and mountain shoes. I also wish I had jogging shoes in the depot that I reached after the Blåfjella and Skjækerfjella National Park."

Nordland

Hiking Norway south to north: part 4

Reindeer in Nordland .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway
Reindeer in Nordland .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

Beautiful views and backup solutions

After crossing into Nordland, Oda's feet started to hurt more and more. But that didn't stop her from enjoying the magnificent views of the high mountains in the area. Her boyfriend Marcus also joined her along the Nordlandsruta, a 650-km-long hiking trail that goes all the way from Børgefjell to the tip of Nordland.

"Børgefjell is a very beautiful national park, where I also caught the biggest fish in my life! It wasn't that big maybe, but it's the largest I have ever got and a very nice memory," says Oda.

From Umbukta, Oda continued alone again, and now her feet hurt worse than ever before. She spent a few days resting with family in Misvær, but when she continued after this, she hit the wall.

"I had to send Thorin (her dog) home, because he was an extra burden on my body. Up to this point, the thought of quitting hadn't crossed my mind, no matter how bad the weather got or how exhausted I was. But after crossing the Junkerdalen valley, my feet couldn't take it any more. I remember all the surroundings being so beautiful and Junkerdalen was dressed in autumn colours, but things were chaotic inside my head," Oda says.

"That night, I lay crying in the tent while it was raining so much outside, it was like the sky was sympathizing with me. I sent a message to my family in Misvær and told them I couldn't walk any more, and the answer I got was pretty simple: Okay. Bringing a bike tomorrow. That message was exactly what I needed."

"I lay crying in the tent while it was raining so much outside, it was like the sky was sympathizing with me."

Oda's tips for Nordland:

Recommended: "There are a lot of things to recommend here. The Nordlandsruta trail is exceptionally beautiful, and especially along the Okstindene mountains."

"Having a road bike in the coastal areas of Salten and Steigen was fantastic and something I can really recommend. The alternative route by foot, through Rago National Park, is a very winding landscape where you might have to climb with ropes in some places. Most people therefore walk on the Swedish side of the border here."

"There is also a very nice place called Tverrelvsnes, where they serve the famous NLP buns (NLP means Norge på langs - 'Norway lengthwise'). Everyone who is walking the length of Norway is awarded with a sweet bun there. Tverrelvsnses is roughly the halfway point of the whole trip."

"Last but not least, I would stop at Grannes camping, not far from Mosjøen. There is a funny guy there who likes to tell crazy hunting stories, and they sell beer."

Not recommended: "Walking on asphalt without jogging shoes is a bad idea. Also, be aware that the weather can change quickly. One evening we had the most beautiful sunset through the Okstindan mountain range, but the next morning the fog so thick that you couldn't see more than one metre in front of you."

Troms, Finnmark, and the North Cape

Hiking Norway south to north: part 5

North Cape municipality .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway
North Cape municipality .
Photo: Oda Ramsdal / Visit Norway

The adventure reaches an end

Entering Troms was a great victory for Oda. After getting through many ups and downs, she finally approached Dividalen National Park, about which she had long been dreaming of. She walked together with her cousin for several days, and had the nicest autumn days until she eventually again encountered the first snow flakes of winter.

"Facing the winter again felt like completing a circle. I started with winter in the south, and now we were meeting again," she says.

The terrain in Reisadalen was very rocky, but the tallest peaks were now behind her, and she got through it. Oda met lots of nice locals there who wanted to help her out in different ways. One man set up an oven outside, so she could make herself a frozen pizza. She also met a German girl, Karina, who was walking the same route, and they walked together to Jotka Mountain Lodge.

From there, Oda started walking alone again, but now the winter was really starting to flex its Arctic muscles.

"I had some days with really hard rain, and my tent collapsed the first night. The second night was even worse. I slept with all my clothes on, and in the morning everything was frozen, so I had to thaw the zipper to open my tent. I carried on like this for five days, and I was barely sleeping because I had to keep walking to stay warm," says Oda.

Oda never considered seeking shelter in the nearest town despite her cold and wet experience, as she was confident of her own ability to endure. She emphasizes that everyone should know their own limits here, though, and not take any risks since the terrain and the polar climate can be merciless.

"On the last of these rough days, my shoes were even frozen when I put them on, and I couldn't feel my feet when I was walking. I was also very weak from a lack of sleep, so when I entered the warm cabin that my friend had prepared for me and got to cuddle up under a warm down duvet... I have no words to describe that wonderful feeling," says Oda.

On the last days before she reached the North Cape, it was so windy around the Porsangerhalvøya peninsula that Oda was advised not to go there as it was an unnecessary risk. Instead, she chose to follow the road for five days.

"Despite the bad weather, I got a really nice experience camping under the northern lights one night. It was incredible, it must be as close you can get to magic," she recalls.

"Despite the bad weather, I got a really nice experience camping under the northern lights one night. It was incredible, it must be as close you can get to magic."

After that, she had to cross the 7-km-long Nordkapptunellen tunnel to reach Magerøya – the island on which the North Cape plateau lies. It is not recommended to cross this tunnel by foot, though.

"It was extremely steep and very uncomfortable when I came to the bottom, and I felt like all the ocean would flow inside there. I was so relieved when I came out on the other side. Unfortunately, though, I couldn't continue the last 19 kilometres to the plateau on the same day because of the storm. But happily, I got to wait it out in a jacuzzi with some nice people."

She describes the last day of the journey as surreal.

"It was very weird. I had been working towards this goal for so long, but as I approached the goal, I didn't really want it to end. My last day of walking therefore became rather emotional. I was alternating between laughter and tears all the way to the North Cape plateau. When I finally reached the globe, I just stood there reflecting on some existential thoughts. What else can you do when a years-long dream has finally come true? But it was of course wonderful to reach the goal and to see my boyfriend again. I just wish I could keep walking from north to south and back again for the rest of my life."

Oda's tips for Troms, Finnmark and the North Cape:

Recommended: "I really recommend visiting the Jotka Mountain Cabin and the grocery store in Masi, close to Jotka, because they were both run by very nice people. I also enjoyed the very charming town of Honningsvåg, where we spent a day after I had made it to the goal."

Not recommended: She advises everyone to do thorough research before heading into this part of the trip, where you might spend many days walking in remote areas.

"I just wish I could keep walking from north to south and back again for the rest of my life."

Preparation tips for long distance hikers:

Set your goals
Figure out what you want to get out of the trip. There are so many options, routes and choices when hiking long distances like "Norway between south and north". What places and things do you want to see, and how much time do you want to spend? It is also a good idea to have options if "plan A" cannot be realized.

Pack safe and smart
Try to find gear with the lowest possible weight to avoid overloading yourself, but also focus on safety. Have a well-equipped first aid kit, with everything from abrasion plasters to antibiotics, and repair kits for your equipment. It's also a good idea to bring a satellite phone in case of emergency.

Laws of nature
Make sure to respect the laws of nature, and understand the Norwegian right to roam before you start your tenting adventures.

Plan depots along the way
It's not physically possible to carry food for months or even weeks. Instead, you can ask someone to help you send packages containing rations to depots along your planned route. You can pack whatever you want in the depots, of course, from food to equipment.

Divide the trip into shorter distances
You don't need to walk the longest trip in Norway to have beautiful nature experiences. What about dividing the trip into shorter distances, or maybe walking Norway between west and east? That way, you have a lot more options in terms of the length of your hike – you can actually do it in anywhere from three hours to thirty days.

Treat yourself
Even a true outdoor adventurer should be allowed to treat herself with a good night's sleep from time to time. There are many cosy mountain lodges and DNT (Norwegian Trekking Association) cabins, some of which also sell food, all over the country. DNT also has numerous marked trails and paths, if you don't want to blaze your own trail.

Fossjuvet in Forsand, Fjord Norway .
Photo: Tadas Dziautas / Visitnorway.com
Fossjuvet in Forsand, Fjord Norway .
Photo: Tadas Dziautas / Visitnorway.com

The most popular long distance hike in Norway is The Pilgrimage from the Oslo region to The Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim.

Walk in the footsteps of our ancestors!

Borkerud pilgrim farm on the St. Olav Ways in the Gudbrandsdalen valley .
Photo: pilegrimsleden.no
Borkerud pilgrim farm on the St. Olav Ways in the Gudbrandsdalen valley .
Photo: pilegrimsleden.no

Who said you need to be big to go on a long adventure?
Mina (4) stayed 300 nights in a tent with her dad!

Mina and Alexander playing .
Photo: Alexander Read
Mina and Alexander playing .
Photo: Alexander Read

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Easy walk on small roads and good trails along the coastal path on one of Asker's most beautiful stretches. A good mix of varied marine nature through… Read more
Coastal path - hike Vettre-Vollen-Slemmestad
Get a panoramic view of Hardangervidda! Sherpas from Nepal have built a beautiful stone step up to the viewpoint. Falkeriset is named after the falcon… Read more
Falkeriset, Rauland - Hardangervidda
Explore the most beautiful part of the Asker coastline filled with history, rare vegetation and lovely view. Read more
Holmsbu - Rodtangen hike
Welcome to Nilsstua farm in Hurdal.  Here you can take part in alpaca walking and buy unique products and yarns from our own alpacas. At the farm… Read more
Nilsstua Alpaca Garden
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Oslo Hiking: Holmenkollen walk
The cultural landscape below Kolsåstoppen is an exciting area with traces of early settlements, rare rock carvings, rich wildlife and connections to… Read more
Rock carvings and wildlife tour to Dælivann
The guiding and activity providing company Spiterstulen Glacier and Mountain guides is based on long guiding traditions in the areas around the… Read more
Spiterstulen glacier and mountain guides | Guiding activities in Jotunheimen
This is a great, family-friendly summit trip! Mount Venelifjellet – literally "the beautiful mountain" – carries its name well and is a… Read more
Summit trip Mount Venelifjell
Our tips to 5 nice tent sites in Asker and Bærum. Accommodation in nature is a great opportunity to get out and create new great memories. Feel the… Read more
Tenting in Asker and Bærum
The coastal path along the inner Oslofjord takes you through beautiful nature, cozy towns full of charm and history and past many cultural monuments.… Read more
The Coastal Path along the Oslo Fjord
Hiking to the Strawberry Peak in the north of Lommedalen to enjoy scenic view over the forest and the Oslo Fjord. Duration about 6 hours. Read more
The Strawberry peak in Lommedalen - hiking tour
Have you ever benne walking with an alpaca? Now you can! Read more
Walking with Alpacas
Have you ever walked with an alpaca or cuddled and fed one? Now you have the opportunity! Read more
Walking with Alpacas
This route is out of the ordinary and gives you the chance to team up with our superhero Sildre – a happy little water droplet – on the… Read more
Water Tales in Haukeli
Charming walk along the Telemark Canal, past the historic Dalen Hotel, beautiful Soria Moria Sauna and through the "jungle" and river delta at Buøy… Read more
Bufjordstigen in Dalen
This part of the trail is easy to walk, but it is a relatively steep hill from Åby to Åstadheia. Read more
HIking along the coastal path in Bamble: Rognstranda - Åby
By Norwegians, the Rondane massif is one of the most beloved hiking areas in the country. Rondane National Park is an ideal place to experience the… Read more
Hiking in the Rondane National Park | Discover Norway
We provide a pickup service at all the hotels or at any prearranged place and take a leisurly tour lasting around 45 minutes. We supply lovely warm… Read more
Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride - Geilo hestesenter
Snowshoeing at Nordseter is a unique experience - it fits everyone, independently of age, size or physics. The Nordseter area is perfect for… Read more
Snowshoeing at Nordseter
Exciting hiking route from Vest-Telemark Museum in Eidsborg to the historic whetstone quarry. Read more
The whetstone walk
This great trail around Skeikampen is around 8 km long, over gently sloping terrain, and shows the varied nature that it has to offer. The trail is… Read more
Trail around Skeikampen
A slightly longer trek to the summit of Kyrakampen that offers incredible views of Skeikampen, and to the exciting silver mine, Knutsholoa, from 1850. Read more
Trail to Kyrakampen and Knutsholoa
Skarvheimen offers Aurlandsdalen, the Navvy Road (Rallarvegen), Reineskarvet, the Hemsedal Montains and Hallingskarvet. The eastern part of… Read more
Hiking - Skarvheimen Ål in Hallingdal
The home front cabin in Totenåsen The home front cabin was built in Skreia in the autumn of 1944 by the Norwegian resistance. It enjoys a lofty… Read more
Hjemmefronthytta på Totenåsen
The Pilgrims' Way through Gudbrandsdalen offers a varied cultural landscape rich in adventures and history. With Lillehammer as starting point, the… Read more
St. Olav Ways | The Pilgrim Path through Lillehammer and Gudbrandsdalen
This is a beautiful hike up to 522 meters above sea level where you get a stunning view over Hadeland and the lake Randsfjorden. Drive Fv 34 from… Read more
Brandbukampen
A fascinating trip quite different from any other hiking destination in Fyresdal.10,3 km roundtrip / 4-5 hours. Read more
Mount Igletjønn
Join Telemark Opplevelser on their guided tour along the 'real' saboteur route, from Rjukan fjellstue to Vemork, where you cross the gorge on the way!… Read more
In the saboteurs' footsteps with guide
Are you in Nord-Torpa you must experience this mountain. Synnfjellet is great, and here is the shortest way to the top. Read more
Shortest way to Spåtind 1414 - 8,9 km t/r
There's a reason for the Besseggen being one of the most popular mountain hikes in Norway. The spectacular panoramic view over Jotunheimen's… Read more
The Besseggen Ridge in Jotunheimen
Go ski mountaineering in Jotunheimen with the guides from Aktiv i Lom. Read more
Aktiv i Lom | Ski mountaineering
Frierstien is an excellent walk of 9-10 km and forms part of the coastal path in Porsgrunn. Read more
Frierstien
A 7 km walk to a unique rock formation. The trail is steep and difficult, but in return you get to experience a fantastic view. Read more
Gygrestolen
Mount Hafjell is the perfect destination if you are planning to hike with small children or would like a shorter hike with a view. Read more
Pellestova Hotell - Hafjelltoppen
Ål Hiking Association was founded in 1992. Since then, several skiing and hiking trips have been arranged. You find everything from day trips to… Read more
Ål Turlag (Hiking Association)
Brevik's dams are one of the best and most popular walking areas in the Porsgrunn district. Read more
Dammane in Brevik
Enjoy the view from Ramberget Ramberget located in the hills North of Gjøvik sports a magnificent view over Lake Mjøsa… Read more
Easy hike along Ramberget near Gjøvik
THIS IS A DEMANDING TRIP with great views from the summit. Read more
Fyresdal - Roan
Information Region: Ringsaker municipality, approx.5,5 km from Brumunddal city centre. Type: Hike on forrest paths, steep hilsides. Level of… Read more
Hiking to Bangsberget, Brumunddal
A walk through beautiful landscape and The Vinje gallery. This is an easy walk in part of the Vinje cultural landscape. Read more
Mjonøy - Vinje biletgalleri
This is a great hike to the mountain top, Skuggenatten in Treungen. Read more
Mountain Skuggenatten
Muen - the highest summit in Ringebu! Read more
Muen
The hike to Nevelfjell (1049 MOH) is popular with families and is the perfect tour for those looking for a short day trip. The hike up to Nevelfjell… Read more
Pellestova to Nevelfjell (2 hours roundtrip)
At the tip of the Røyrodden promontory on the shores of Lake Nisser you can see a number of large stone piles on the eroded rocks. Read more
Røyrodden, Treungen
Venabu - Myfallet – Venabu. The route starts vis-à-vis the turn-off to Venabu Mountain Lodge. A small DNT sign (Norwegian Mountain Touring… Read more
Venabu - Myfallet – Venabu.
12 km walk in our finest nature on marked paths, crossing beaches, hills, and woods. Read more
Coastal Path on Kirkøy (Hvaler)
Mountain-peak hike and round-trip - 9–10 km - 2-3 hours. Round-trip along the "melkeveien" The road that in the old days was used to collect the… Read more
Dørdalsknappen og ”melkeveien” rundt
THIS IS AN EASY TRIP for all the family through a beautiful landscape full of culture and history. Read more
Hjartdal - Bjårvatn
A 15 km trail through beautiful Stange Vestbygd Read more
Ottestadstien
Ryes vei is a path that goes underneath the cable car, Krossobanen, and is the way the Norwegian saboteurs escaped atfer blowing up the heavy water… Read more
Ryes vei - The retreat
Experience our beautiful nature in forests and mountains on foot or with snowshoes. Mark trails of different lengths and levels of difficulty. Read more
Snowshoe trips in Vrådal
Snuen can be found north-west of Oppsjøkrysset, and is an easily accessible rounded mountain top and an excellent alternative to the longer hikes in… Read more
Snuen 1179 m a.s.l.
Feeling like spending the day in a quiet way and eating your lunch outside in a picturesque setting? Read more
The boat dock at Flaksjøen
Her kan du ta med hele familien på en historisk vandring. The trail is focused around Vassfaret's special nature, geology, biology, cultural history,… Read more
Vassfaret nature- and cultural trail
Do you enjoy hiking in the mountains with views of mountains on the plateau Golsfjellet place for you. The beautiful mountainous area has a large… Read more
Veslefjellrunden - Vandring på Golsfjellet
You can start this walk at The Norwegian Ski Museum. Make Øverbø your destination, and experience the smallholding that is the birthplace of skiing… Read more
Øverbø, Morgedal
Start by the swimming spot at Stampesletta (just above Birkebeineren Hotel). Cross Finna bridge and continue along the old track from around 1900. Read more
Along waterfalls and river pools
Moderately demanding walking (no climbing or scrambling) ascent. Highly rewarding view from the summit towards Jotunheimen and Valdres. Read more
Bitihorn 1607 masl
Through the forest and up into the mountain to Bingsbu ski lounge, with option to continue to the Sprenpiggen peak at 1 329 m above sea level Read more
Dalseter - Bingsbu - Dalseter (11 km)
"Elvelangs in Ål" (walk by the Hallingdal River in Ål). Trail for hiking, running or biking. Ål in Hallingdal. Read more
Elvelangs in Ål/ hike by the river in Ål
This hike takes you through the lush forest of Nordmarka, past Øyungen lake, and up to the viewpoint on top of Mellomkollen, which offers… Read more
Experience Maridalen's Alps
To explore its history, follow the Mesna cultural trail – information displays are provided along the way. Read more
Explore the town's industrial heritage
The hike from Østmarksetra to the Mariholtet cabin on the eastern side of Oslo takes you through a lush forest and alongside several… Read more
Forest walk from Østmarksetra to Mariholtet
Short and family-friendly walk in Skinnarbu area. Read more
Great grandmothers trail
Family friendly hike in easy mountain terrain on a clear path. Length: approx. 4 km one way Duration: approx. 1.5 hrs. up Elevation gain: approx. 350… Read more
Grønsennknippa 1368 masl
Length: 6.5 km Time: 1 hour Suitable for: hiking, bicycle, stroller, wheelchair Access: Starting at Høytorp Fort - From the E18 roundabout at… Read more
Health path, Mysenriver and Høytorp Fortress, Mysen
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Hike to Skjellingshovde - Søndre Land
Our favourite hikes in Nesbyen! Read more
Hiking in Nesbyen
Just over 1 kilometer of the old railway track from Neslandsvatn has been converted into a new pedestrian and bicycle path. Read more
Kragerøbanen
Likkistefjell, 990 m.a.s.l. is an easy trip through path, dirt road and swamps. Bring waterproof shoes. Drive Southeast from Flå centre, take left in… Read more
Likkistefjell
Join the adventures in our grand nature; Where to find the best lakes for fishing? Where can we experience Blackcock and Tiur mating? Where does the… Read more
Markaopplevelser
11-day guided canoeing and hiking tour into the wilderness paradise of Rendalen with tents, fishing and campfire. Canoeing crystal clear waters, plus… Read more
NORDIC SUMMER WILDERNESS EXPERIENCE
Many people pass Hitfjell as a part of a longer hike or a mountain bike tour, but it is not necessary to spend hours to enjoy the beauty of Hitfjell. Read more
Pellestova - Hitfjell
The trail to Reinsfjell is an easy to moderate hike that takes approx 2- 3 hrs roundtrip. Read more
Pellestova Hotell - Reinsfjell
Dovrefjell - A hiking tour in one of Norway's most spectacular mountain areas. Numerous important historical events have taken place in this area.… Read more
Rambling in Dovrefjell National Park - Along the Pilgrim´s Trail with luggage transfer | Discover Norway
Explore the mountains in Øyerfjellet and visit some of the most beautiful mountain tops in the area. Read more
Roundtrip Kriksfjell (16 km)
From Skåbu mountain hotel you can cycle or drive a car to Sikkilsdalsseter. Read more
Sikkilsdalshø (12 km t/r
Skaget (1685 m.a.sl.) is the highest mountain peak in Langsua National Park. Directions Follow road 51 to Heggenes and exit towards… Read more
Skaget 1685 masl, Langsua National Park
The Ørje Fort round hike About 4 km - up to Ørje fortress - good shoes are recommended. The tour starts at E18 behind the tourist… Read more
The Ørje fortress hike
Tretopper'n (The Three Toppers) - the perfect family trip! Three small mountain peaks surround Jønnbu: Anebunatten, Krintofjellet and Bøkstulnatten,… Read more
Tretopper`n (The three toppers)
Vealøs is one of the finest viewpoints in Grenland. Read more
Vealøs
Veslefjell, 993 m.a.s.l. is an easy trip for the whole family. The trail is 3 kilometers, with an altitude of 140 meters. When you reach the top, you… Read more
Veslefjell
On days with clear skies, you can see most of Hedmark from here. The Sølen Mountains and the Trysil Mountain to the north, the Rondane to the… Read more
Blåenga
Guided Backcountry Ski Tours with Beitostølen Aktiv & Skiskole Throughout the winter we arrange guided ski tours and splitboard tours.… Read more
Guided ski tours with Beito Aktiv
Tempted by Bamble's highest peak? Then take a trip to Hørsfjelll, from where you can see large expanses of the Telemark coast. The rolling… Read more
Hørsfjell - Bamble highest mountain
The Peer Gynt Trail leads through the mountain scenery on the western side of Gudbrandsdalen in the World of Peer Gynt. Read more
The Peer Gynt Trail - 90 km
Son – Ås 23 km Vestby Church (1886), a red-brick church in neo-Gothic style, is an excellent place to break your trip and take a rest. After… Read more
The Pilgrim’s Route 2 Son-Ås
Ås – Mastemyr 22 km From Ås Church you wander by the Årungen lake and then up again towards the Nordby plateau and Nordby… Read more
The Pilgrim’s Route 3 Ås-Mastemyr
Mastemyr – Oslo (Lovisenberg) 16 km From the Oslo boundary and down towards Prisdalen you pass several burial cairns from the Late Iron Age. On… Read more
The Pilgrim’s Route 4 Mastemyr-Oslo
Ready for a good run in beautiful surroundings? Whether your starting point is Grønland, Alexander Kiellands plass, Nydalen or anywhere in… Read more
Akerselva Running Loops
A great hike on a clear day, going up Barlindåsen Ridge is relatively easy and comes with a big reward as you look down on Oslo from the… Read more
Hike Barlindåsen Ridge
Situated just north of downtown, Grefsenkollen provides great views of Oslo, the fjord, Holmenkollen and the surrounding forests. From the top… Read more
Hike to Grefsenkollen
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Hike to the viewpoint at Høsbjørkampen
A peak on the northern edge of the city between Holmenkollen and Sognsvann, Vettakollen provides some of the best views of Oslo.… Read more
Hike to Vettakollen
Located on the northern side of Maridalen, Øyungen is a great hike for adventurers of all ages. Although you are on a… Read more
Hike to Øyungen Lake
Relatively easy hike with great view. Length: approx. 5 km one way Duration: approx. 1.5 hrs. up Elevation gain: 400 meters Suitable for children:… Read more
Horntind (Hødntind) 1454 masl
The trail starts at Vierli Kafeteria by the subway under the main road. Follow the marked trail to the top of Mount Vierlinuten (1,100 m above sea… Read more
Sculpture hike Vidsyn - Oksatjønn
Hiking on old trails shaped by shepherds through idyllic mountain farming landscapes and over open mountain areas along the Historical Hiking… Read more
Stølsruta - Historical hiking route
Start by Lilletorget at the northern end of Lillehammer's renowned pedestrian street – the most popular meeting point during the 1994 Olympics. Read more
The Olympic City – from pedestrian street to ski jump
This is a longer hike that goes along both trails and graveled roads. Read more
The Svartfjell Trail (12 km)
The Trøgstad Track is a marked hiking trail that runs through the old Trøgstad municipality. The hiking trail is about 28 km from… Read more
The Trøgstad track
Walk from town to town, and return by train or bus This way-marked route between the two Ringsaker towns, Moelv and Brumunddal, starts on tarmac and… Read more
Town-to-town day trip from Moelv to Brumunddal
Prestkampen is the highest peak at Skeikampen, where you get a most wonderful view. This is a route for seasoned walkers. Read more
Trail to Prestkampen
Easy but rewarding ascend to the viewpoint "Utsikten" in the south-western part of Jotunheimen. Length: approx. 3 km one way Duration:… Read more
Utsikten 1485 masl / Skjenegge 1607 masl
This is a short walk from Spidsbergseter Resort Rondane where the whole family is able to join. The reward is a beautiful panoramic view at the top of… Read more
Viewpoint Flaksjølihøgda(1,5 km)
Join an exciting walk through the streets that gave painter Edvard Munch his inspiration and motives for many of his most famous works! Read more
"In the footsteps of Munch" - Guidet town walk
A circular trail of 5.6 km around Hjellevannet lake. Read more
Cultural trail around Hjellevannet
Hikes in the centre of Ål In addition to great hiking trails in the mountain areas of Ål, there are some nice walks you can take which… Read more
Hiking in Centre of Ål
Kvennavegen is an easy roundtrip at the roadless community at Mogen, Hardangervidda. Read more
Kvennavegen
Skjervungfjellet is located east of Synnfjorden, at the very top of the Synnadalen valley, and offers beautiful views towards Spåtind 1414,… Read more
Skjervungfjellet 1098 m a.s.l.
Fully guided summer weeks including canoeing on lakes, hiking to mountain tops and high plains and wilderness camping. The last night will be spent in… Read more
SUMMER ADVENTURE WEEKS
The Coastal Path in Halden follows the Iddefjord to Bakke and continues on old roads to Petersburg. On the southern shore of the Iddefjord, where the… Read more
The Coastal Path
A varied walk with stunning views including Tisleifjord, mountain plateau, Hallingskarvet and Jotunheimen. Go past the mysterious lake Pengetjern… Read more
Tour of Ørterhøvda - Golsfjellet
Charming roundtrip in the town centre of Rjukan Read more
Town centre walk
In front of the city hall the famous prismfountain made by Carl Nesjar is situated. Carl Nesjar collaborated closely with Picasso for 17 years. His… Read more
Trailtips: Walking along southern Jeløy peninsula
Fully guided winter adventures including cross country skiing, dog sledding, hiking on snowshoes to mountain tops, high plains and following animal… Read more
Winter adventure weeks
A beautiful cultural trail with a lot of history. Read more
Art walk Nesbyen
Borgsjåbrotet is a nice top hike, starting from Småroi Mountain Lodge. At the Borgsjåbrotet, it resembles wreckage after an air crash. Read more
Borgsjåbrotet 1456 masl
Guided tours at the island Jomfruland with nature -and cultural experiences for everyone, on foot or by bike all year round. Read more
Guided tours on the island Jomfruland
Hallingnatten is the highest peak in Nesbyen and offers a pleasant hike and a great view! Read more
Hallingnatten - Nesbyen's highest peak
Hiking.Tokke has many well marked paths ranging from 3-4-km to 12-15 km, often passing by various cultural memorials. The paths can be found in the… Read more
Hiking in Tokke
Short and relatively easy top trip to a great viewpoint over Nesbyen. Here it is beautiful to sit when the sun goes down over Hallingdal. The summit… Read more
Klevarudnatten from Trytetjern
Linnekleppen is a popular excursion spot. Fire Watchtower and the highest point in Rakkestad and Marker. Read more
Linnekleppen Aremark/Rakkestad
An 8-day guided back-country-skitour in the unspoiled and remote winter scenery of Nord-Østerdalen. On traditional wooden skis we glide quietly… Read more
NORDIC WINTER SKIING EXPERIENCE
Length: approx. 2.5 km one way Duration: approx. 1.5−2 hrs. up Elevation gain: 550 meters Suitable for children: from 5-6 yrs. GPS-coordinates… Read more
Nøsakampen 1449 masl
Following inspiration from the Cinque Terre walks on the Liguria coast in Italy, Silje Sjøtveit in the church in Tinn thought that why not walk from… Read more
Pilgrimage walks in Tinn
An easy and varied tour where you can cross two of the most popular mountain peaks in the Nesfjellet area. The trip starts almost 1000 meters above… Read more
Two beautiful summits - Åkrefjell and Trommenatten
Nice hiking area in Bamble, by the coast. Read more
Vardås
We offer canoe courses from ½ day to a week on lakes or on rivers until class III. Our team of specialized canoeing guides and instructors certified… Read more
CANOE COURSES ON LAKES AND RIVERS UP TO CLASS III
We offer fully guided summer adventure weeks especially for fathers and sons including a 2 day canoeing trip with wilderness camping, fishing,… Read more
FATHER AND SON WEEKS
Self-guided cycling-, hiking- and ski holidays in Norway. Adventure travel with the concept of freedom, comfort and safety. Multi-day cycling… Read more
Hiking, biking and skiing in Norway | Discover Norway
Nysetknippen (1150 masl) is a land mark, both from the side of Veståsen and the other side of the valley. The characteristic pyramideshaped and steep… Read more
Nysetknippen Ål in Hallingdal
Snowshoeing is a new and popular activity. Read more
Snowshoeing
Moss – Son 16 km A visit to the Maria Chapel in the basement of the Arena Church and Culture Centre (give advance notice) will set you up for… Read more
The Pilgrim’s Route 1 - Moss - Son
Skeikampen, at 1123 metres above sea level, is not one of Norway's highest mountains, but it is easily accessible. The view from the top is… Read more
The top trail - Skeikampen
The trail around Stokkevannet is adapted and checked Rugtvedt and Stokke Vel. Read more
Trail around Stokkevannet
Øysteinsfjell - 1179 metres above sea level Fjellgardane Exit main road 355 at Veum and drive towards Fjellgardane. After 12.5 km follow the sign… Read more
Øysteinsfjell, mountain peak
Popular hike on good trails thorugh birch forest and bare rock mountains. From Dyna there is an incredible view towards Hallingskarvet, Reineskarvet,… Read more
Amazing mountain views from Dyna
Lysakermoa nature reserve is south west in Indre Østfold. By Nedre Lysaker farm next to Glomma`s eastern side. Glomma`s stream is calm at this… Read more
Birdwatching: Lysakermoen, Indre Østfold
Finnskogleden is a 240 km long hiking trail which stretches in the south from Morokulien in Eidskog to Søre Osen in Trysil community. Read more
Finnskogleden trail north
Fishing in Geilo and Hardangervidda Geilo and Hardangervidda has some of the finest scenery and the best fish in the world, and also a great place to… Read more
Fishing with guide - Vinternatt
The eastern side of Maridalsvannet, Oslo’s largest lake, is a beautiful area with great views overlooking the thick forest and the… Read more
Hike along Maridalsvannet
Nice and easy hike for the entire family. When reaching the top (1012 masl) you will get a wonderful panoramic view – all the way to… Read more
Lunkefjell (1012 moh) from Nordseter | 7km
THE MAJORITY OF THE POPULATION in this narrow valley emigrated to America in the 19th century. Read more
Rjukan - Town Centre Walk
Visit 10 great mountain tops in Tokke. For more information contact the tourist office in Dalen. Read more
Ti-toppers
The aim is to get out in fresh air and to get some exercise by walking together with others. You get the chance to know the area in Torpo and to meet… Read more
Top 9 in Torpo Ål in Hallingdal
This is a short and family-friendly hike with a rewarding view of Tyin and Jotunheimen. Length: approx. 2 km one way Duration: approx. 30–45… Read more
Tyinstølnøse 1386 masl
Child-friendly round trip in an mountain farm area at Torpoåsen. The hike starts by Gaurhovd and first stage is the top of Gaurhovd. A splendid view… Read more
Gaurhovd - Gravarstølane Ål in Hallingdal
Car walk with a stunning view over Norway and Sweden - Europes most beautiful Border Crossing Read more
Old Svinesund bridge to Hjelmkollen
Fornebulandet – the area around Fornebu – is a natural gem, encircled by the fjord and home to a unique biological diversity. The Fornebu… Read more
Round-trip Fornebu – urbane nature
Sandven is an adapted recreation area for wheelchair users, children and others, with varied tour networks, trails, bathing places, campfire space and… Read more
Sandven Friluftsområde
The coastal paths in Vestfold are a fantastic experience if you enjoy walking, as the paths are right by the sea and you can see and hear the… Read more
The coastal path through Vestfold
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The Pilgrims trail through Ringerike
Tougher hike than Gaustatoppen. However, you will get a great view towards Gaustatoppen and Tuddal.The trip is about 3 km and takes about 2 hours each… Read more
Toreskyrkja
unattended DNT lodge with overnight and day trip possibilities. Read more
Walking: The Haukenestower, Rømskog
Enjoy the view from Hornsberget Drive along road 34 towards Grime. Turn towards Hornslien by the road barrier in Enger keep… Read more
Hike across Hornsberget in Søndre Land
The Ruten (1 517 m a.s.l.) massif is located between Espedalen and Gudbrandsdalen, and is a popular beginner's peak hike for both adults and children Read more
Ruten-1517 m a.s.l (11 km)
Short and steep hike, with beautiful view over the lake Tinnsjøen. Read more
Åsral/Mobrannuten
Well-marked hike in easy high mountain terrain with views over Hallingskarvet, the river Lya and a multitude of high mountain farms. The hike starts… Read more
Bleste Ål in Hallingal
Folkestien in Skien is 6.8 km and provides a signposted trail in the local area. Read more
Folkestien in Skien
The beautiful Hervenknappen peak is situated in the Totenåsen hills in Østre Toten, 784 metres above sea level. From the summit you can see vast… Read more
Hervenknappen
The hike to Røksbufjellet and Jøronnatten is for those who like physical challenges and breathtaking nature. High peaks, beautiful views, great… Read more
Jøronnatten and Røksbu
Flå – the adventure in Hallingdal – is a paradise for people who want to reach high. The municipality has many wonderful mountaintops,… Read more
Mountains and hiking in Flå
Hike towards the foot of the mighty Reineskarvet. Easy ascension from Bergsjø, northwards. After passing small trout lakes and cloudberry… Read more
Mørehovda Ål in Hallingdal
Mørkgonga Mørkgonga is a marked crack in the lava plate that covers Krokskogen (Krok forest) and lies on the top of the steep overhang between… Read more
Mørkgonga and Gyrihaugen
A hike to Numedalshovda is nice to combine with a visit to a Norwegian mountain farm, Håvardsrud Seterliv. Read more
Numedalshovda
A hike around Lake Sjusjøen. The trail follows a footpath suitable for both wheelchair and stroller Read more
Sjusjørunden – Sjusjøvannet rundt – ca. 8 km
Round trip from Mykingstølen (1030 masl) on Øvre-Ålsåsen/Kvinnegardslia, with detour to Skurvehovda (1122 masl). Parts of the trail follows an old… Read more
Skurvehovda Ål in Hallingdal
Many of our winter guests have never tried snowshoeing. People think it might be boring You will look at snowshoeing in a different way when… Read more
Snowshoeing trip with guide - Geilo Aktiv
​​​​​​View or download route map (This is an extract of the Gudbrandsdalsleden vest pilgrims’ path map)  The pilgrims’ path through… Read more
The pilgrim trail from Smørvika in Kapp to Steinsjå
​​​​​​View or download a route map (This is an extract of the Gudbrandsdalsleden vest pilgrims’ path map) The pilgrims’ path through… Read more
The pilgrim trail from Tandsæter to Hoffsvangen
An exciting and in part a rugged hike in the "wilderness" for the entire family, close to the centre. Park in the centre of Ål, and… Read more
Under Sundreberget Ål in Hallingdal
Roundtrip in mountains of Bergsjø where you follow the trail around the lake Bergsjøen. About 8 km in easy high mountain terrain with great view… Read more
Around lake Bergsjøen Ål in Hallingdal
Blåfjell, 1154 m.a.s.l. is an easy trip for the whole family. Drive Southeast from Flå centre, take left in the roundabout (Fv203), then right towards… Read more
Blåfjell
Easy and family friendly. Buhovnatten can be reached from several of the marked trails from Bosset. Small height differences, but the view from the… Read more
Buhovdnatten Ål in Hallingdal
Join a guided tour over the famous Besseggen ridge in Jotunheimen with its breathtaking view over Lake Gjende and Lake Bessvatnet. Our trained guides… Read more
Guided hike over the Besseggen Ridge
Summit hike with an excellent view towards the Leveld rural district and the mountains behind. Follow the tractor road southwards from the church and… Read more
Haugsnatten Ål in Hallingdal
Walking lightly through the forest with mossy forest floor, walk far up the mountains with wide plains and gently sloping paths, walk safely on marked… Read more
Hiking Telemark
An easy hike in the forest with several starting points, e. g from Randitjørni. Drive Nysetvegen to Randitjørni where the road flattens. From there is… Read more
Høgebrot Ål in Hallingdal
11-day guided wilderness trekking tour through the forests and highlands of Nord-Østerdalen. Every day reveals new facets of a varied scenery,… Read more
NORDIC NATURE NOMADIC EXPERIENCE
Short hike with great view. Nice hike up the hill at the south side of the valley with great view over Hallingdal. Some steep parts towards the top.… Read more
Okslenuten Ål in Hallingdal
Far-flung view in all directions, where most of the trail is above the tree line. Start from the cottage are Primhovda Sør. Several cultural monuments… Read more
Primhovda Ål in Hallingdal
Discover the nature, animal tracks - maybe even the mystery creatures of the Trolls - at Ormtjernhytta (sports cabin) in Halden! The Troll path is a… Read more
The Troll path - Ormtjernhytta
From the fjord to the moutains. Nice hike along the south side of Vatsfjorden, along water and through birch forest. From the top you get… Read more
Tonatten Ål in Hallingdal
Go on foot, and see the sun mirrors up close! Read more
Walk to the Sun Mirror
Round trip along an old cattle road through an impressive cultural landscape. The trail has been prepared, including a restored bridge, benches,… Read more
Hellingstølen Ål in Hallingdal
There are many great possibilities for short and longer hiking trips in Våler. Read more
Hiking in Våler
At Bjørgefjell you can choose from different paths through the cultural landscape with idyllic spots where you can enjoy panoramic views of Lake… Read more
Mount Bjørge
Telemark Adventure offer tailor-made outdoor activites and has canoes and kayaks for hire. Read more
Telemark Adventure
Follow the Swedish king's last crusade Read more
The path of Karl XII
Vardeåsen is the highest point in Rygge. There is a observation tower on the top, and from here it is possible to see both the Holmenkollen ski jump… Read more
Vardeåsen
Easy hike in diverse terrain. Great views to Gaustatoppe, Tuddal and Tinnsjøen! The trip is about 5 km, and takes about 1.5 hours one way. Read more
Ørnenipa
Spectacular high mountain hike along a good trail. The trail starts by Hellebu, just by the mountain Hellerane. Magnificent view from both Hellerane… Read more
Hellebu - Reinsbotnan Ål in Hallingdal
Nice hike at Torpoåsen. Easy hike at Torpoåsen with good trail and panoramic view from the top towards Hemsedal, Gol, Hallingskarvet and… Read more
Hellingreset Ål in Hallingdal
The tourist information in Ål sells maps that are very useful when hiking in Ål. It also has a good cycling and walking brochure with an… Read more
Maps and information - Hiking Ål in Hallingdal
One hike with different routes. Already from the parking lot you have nice view. Start the hike at the gravel road, go further on the trail wich is… Read more
Nasakamben Ål in Hallingdal
Want to try another way of experiencing the forest? Want to learn how to use a map and a compass whilst being out in nature and in activity? Then… Read more
Orienteering
A nice round trip that gives you a taste of Nesbyen center. The trip is well signposted. Read more
Roundtrip Nesbyen
High mountain hike with 360 roundview from the top. High mountain hike with powerful view at the top. Here you are in the middle of the mountains of… Read more
Rødungsberget Ål in Hallingdal
Nice afternoon hike at Veståsen. Easy family hike, starting at the mountain farm Nyset. Amazing view from the top towards Hallingskarvet.… Read more
Rødungshovda Ål in Hallingdal
Vestre Gumøyknute/Signalen has the archipelago's second highest viewing point and offers a great hiking trip. "Signalen" towers 113metres over the… Read more
Signalen at Gumøy
Skarsvegen - an outdoor "museum". The 7 km long road "Skarsvegen" from Svartdal over the pass to Åmotsdal. From ancient times, Skarsvegen was the main… Read more
Skarsvegen
Nice hike on short distance. Short hike with nice view towards Ål and Strandafjorden. Steep trail with about 200-meter gradient. The trail runs… Read more
Trøbergi Ål in Hallingdal
Explore the blue ice and the ice tunnels- join Aktiv i Lom for a glacier hike in beautiful Jotunheimen! Read more
Aktiv i Lom | Glacier walking on Bøverbreen
Driving Distance: Brøløs - exit to Beach / Manheim: 10km. From the main road to the parking lot where the trail starts: 6.4 km Toll: 30 kr Walking… Read more
Ballongfararsteinen
Skorve is one of the highest mountains in Seljord, with two peaks: Mount Gøysen and Mount Nordnibba. During WWII two planes crashed into the mountain. Read more
Skorve
Round trip from Dalen where you cross the river Tokkeåi via the suspension bridge over Helveteshylen (Hell) Read more
The suspension bridge across Hell
The trip to Torbjørnsrød starts at the town church. In the roundabout by Amfi Moss shopping centre you will continue in the direction towards Henrich… Read more
Trailtips: Hike to Torbjørnsrød
EASY CIRCUIT suitable for the whole family. Read more
Hanakamjuvet - Seljord
Langhøvda located at Turkuppmyre on Gol and 1089 m. (GPS: 32 V 495 701 6739932). The summit is easily accessible from Turkuppmyre, Løstegård and… Read more
Langhøvda - Hiking in Golsfjellet
Description  Exit the E16 towards Hensåsen and Slettefjellvegen (toll road). It is possible to park the car before the toll bar, next to a… Read more
Sputrefossen Waterfall
Syningen is locateed between Skutuset and Einarset (Storefjell), Golsfjellet and is 1031 masl. (GPS: 32 V 497170 6739228). Syningen appears to be a… Read more
Syningen - Hiking on Golsfjellet
Veslefjell is the second highest peak on Golsfjellplatået located between Tryogonghaugen and Storefjelltoppen. Veslefjell is 1126 m. (GPS: 32 V 495… Read more
Veslefjell - Hiking on Golsfjellet
Kjærlighetsstien in Våler. (The love path) The walk starts at the bathing spot in Vålbekksundet and pass the schools, the beautiful long beaches,… Read more
Hiking in Våler
Savalen Horse Center has its located at Savalen. They organizing in all of North Østerdal. The main goal is to offer cultural and historical quality… Read more
Riding - Savalen Hestesenter
​​​​​​View or download route map (This is an extract of the Gudbrandsdalsleden vest pilgrims’ path map)  The pilgrims’ path through… Read more
The pilgrim trail from Hoff church to Smørvika in Kapp
The pilgrims’ path through Østre Toten: Detour from Hoff church to Balke church (approx. 7 km) From Hoff church, the… Read more
The pilgrim trail from Hoff church to Smørvika in Kapp
In a few thousand or one million years acidic water desolves marble which are washed away together with the porous media, while the hard… Read more
Aktiv i Lom | Cavewalking in Dumdalen
FAMILY ADVENTURE WEEKS SUMMER We offer fully guided summer family adventure weeks including canoeing, wilderness camping, fishing, bushcraft, hiking… Read more
Family adventure weeks
Memorable high-mountain hiking in Skarvheimen, Ål, surrounded by magnificent nature. Well-marked trails from Toviken via Klevahytta to Iungsdalshytta… Read more
Iungsdalen- 10 Iconic Walks
Syno is located close to Lauvset stølslag on the west side of Golsfjellet. 1067 masl. (GPS: 32 V 493324 6740495). The top is easily accessible from… Read more
Syno - Hiking on Golsfjellet
Pilgrim Trail or Pilgrim Trail is a common name for several footpaths leading from different parts of Norway to Trondheim. The pilgrimage routes in… Read more
The Pilgrim’s Route through Bærum
Climb Uranostinden (2157 m.a.s.l.) with a local mountain guide. Its pointed summit, surrounded by glaciers, is one of Jotunheimen's most… Read more
To the summit of Uranostinden with guide
Follow the marked nature trail through Vassfaret's protected landscape area (820-1020 masl), where you can discover traces of forestry and mountain… Read more
Vassfaret, Flå - 10 Iconic Walks
Vestre Toten has plenty to offer hiking enthusiasts. If you walk to the top of Lauhøgda, the highest mountain in Vestre Toten, you will be rewarded… Read more
Lauhøgda in Vestre Toten
People have used skiing as a mode of transport for over 4000 years. However in the 1800's downhill skiing as we know it today was influenced like… Read more
Morgedal
Hike on Sangefjell to mountain farms from the old days. Start from Nystølen where the trail goes in a south-eastern direction through a forested… Read more
Nystølen - Storestølen og Veslestølen Ål in Hallingdal
Tryvann, the highest peak overlooking Oslo, is the biggest stage for outdoor summer activities near the city. Every year before the snow arrives,… Read more
Race up Oslos Bratteste
Kolsåstoppen is a well-known peak in Bærum. It is one of the biggest climbing fields in the Oslo area, but more known for its beautiful paths.… Read more
Trip to Kolsåstoppen
Auenhaugen located at Golsfjell Mountain Lodge / Auenhauglia the west of Gol and 1119 m. (GPS: 32 V 494 456 6.74456 million). The summit is easily… Read more
Auenhaugen - hiking - Golsfjellet
Enjoy an adventure on snowshoes surrounded by the stunning wooded scenery around lake Ustedalsfjorden near Geilo. During the trip, you will travel… Read more
Snowshoe - Vinternatt
Enjoy the beautiful view over Hallingskarvet, Hallingskarvet National Park and Geilo! Read more
Geilo Chairlift - Geilo Sommerpark
A new use for an old route Kongevegen over Filefjell - The King’s Road across Filefjell - is a collaborative project involving the public and… Read more
The King's Road Over Filefjell
Ørterhovda is located at Gol Alpine center / Buali, just above Oset Mountain Lodge at Gol and 1117 m. (GPS: 32 V 498 002 6743433). The summit is… Read more
Ørterhøvda - Vandring på Golsfjellet
Driving Distance: Brøløs - Lakshøl: 2.9 km. Lakshøl-Reinstaul: 4.6 km Toll: 35 kr Riding time: about 1 hour Road surfaces: Gravel Level: Easy Read more
Grunningsdalen
Canoeing and hiking on the border! Bråtorp camping opened in 2016 and offers 8 brand new cabins with 5 beds and a service building. Also including… Read more
Bråtorp camping
Gullknapp (Gold Button) located between Turkuppmyre and Einarset / Storefjell on Gol and 1092 m. (GPS: 32 V 496 660 6.74104 million). The summit is… Read more
Gullknapp - Vandring på Golsfjellet
Gurisethøvda is located between Guriset Mountain Lodge and Auenhauglie (Golsfjell Mountain Lodge) is 1050 m. (GPS: 32 V 497 056 6745236). The summit… Read more
Gurisethøvda - Vandring på Golsfjellet
Skjenhøvda is located between Lauvsjøen and Nøreli on Gol and 1060 m. (GPS: 32 V 491 913 6745488). The summit is easily accessible from Lauvsjøstølen.… Read more
Skjenhøvda - Topp 11 - Golsfjellet
Top 11 - hiking program for the whole family "Top 11" - is a hiking program for everybody. All trails are marked so that it will be easy to find your… Read more
Topp 11 - Golsfjellet
Our extensive menu of hands-on activities together with our knowledge of the region Romerike - means that we can provide lots of adventure, such as… Read more
Escape Game - Cockpit Event AS
The St. Olav way from Bønsnes - Ringerike - Hadeland - Toten - Gjøvik The path mostly follows historical roads in gentle terrains. It passes through… Read more
The St. Olav way from Bønsnes - Ringerike - Hadeland - Toten - Gjøvik
The trail starts at Moss Airport Rygge and follows "Terminalveien". When you reach the roundabout, head straight ahead and into the gravel road marked… Read more
From Rygge Airport to Moss
Educational path for the whole family at Fredriksten Fortress, Halde The trail is 700 metres long and goes from the Charles XII memorial stone and… Read more
Nature trail at Fredriksten Fortress
Driving Distance: Brøløs - Bråten: 2,5 km Toll: Free Walking time: about 1 hour Level: Demanding Read more
Hattefjell
The pilgrimage route crosses our district. The path leads in two directions. To the north is Nidaros. To the south is Santiago de Compostela in Spain.… Read more
The Pilgrimage route
A snowshoe trip with a guide can definitely be recommended when the skis need a break. Read more
Snowshoeing at Gålå
The trip to Røysåsen starts by the town church. In the roundabout by Amfi Moss shopping centre you will continue in the direction towards Henrich… Read more
Trailtips: Røysåsen, with a view to our fjord and town