Hiking is the best gateway to explore the world’s macro and micro level of wonders, especially in Norway you can find plenty of perfect hiking areas, which offers an incredible experience to you, many travelers usually move towards to Norway because of the lush greenery and stunning man made wonders. The below review will help you to find a few of the most spectacular areas for hiking in Norway for you, so read this and know more about the hiking in Norway.
Jotunheimen is a mountainous area with 29 highest mountains located 3,500 km² in southern Norway, where you can find the Jotunheimen’s very highest mountain range in the name of Galdhøpiggen, where you can also find the Jotunheimen National Park, which covers an area of 1,151 square kilometers. In that national park you can find the mountain range with the sharpest peak under the name of the Hurrungane. The Jotunheimen is incredibly popular spot for hikers and climbers, where the Besseggen-trail is the famous trail among the all. So the best Hiking Areas in Norway bucket list will embark with the Jotunheimen mountainous area.(image by Bhalalhaika)
Dovrefjell is a mountain range in central Norway located in twixt of Eastern Norway and Trøndelag, the area around Trondheim. The Dovrefjell mountain area is the best home of musk ox, you can’t find this unique beast apart from Norway. Although it is a harsh environment, Dovrefjell is an excellent area for spectacular hiking and cycling during the summer and cross-country skiing in the winter. The Dovrefjell mountain range area is also offers fishing, canoeing, climbing and snow kiting for its tourist visitors. The Dovrefjell mountain range is highly recommended for the experienced and well-equipped hiking personnel only.(image by Max J R)
Lysefjord is a fjord located in Forsand in south-western Norway with the colored granite rocks along its sides. In Ryfylke you can find the famous tourist spot under the name of Preikestolen, with an impressive 604 meters over the Lysefjord. There you can find the best climbing area for 350 metres with uneven terrain, where you can find the picnic areas and excellent bathing spots. The Preikestolen is a wonderful hike with an amazing view and challenging too, so enjoy the stunning and thrilling hiking experience in Lysefjord.
Other important hiking spots in Norway:
In Norway you can find some more important and best hiking spots apart from the above three spots such as the Hedmark mountain area, which is a county in Norway, The Lyngen Alps are mountain range in northeastern Troms County in Norway, Rondane National Park is the oldest national park in Norway, Hardangervidda is a mountain plateau in the Hardanger region of western Norway, Hemsedal is a small mountainous town in Norway, Sunnmørsalpene is a snow-capped summits and Trollheimen s a mountain range in Møre og Romsdal, these are the other important hiking spots in Norway.
So explore each and every hiking area with your family or friends or single, before step in to the hiking you must know more about the hiking trails, location, weather and so on.
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