Norway boasts of having some of the most breathtaking hiking places in the world. If you are a hiking enthusiast, you can travel Norway and get unmatched hiking experiencing. Here are some spectacular places were you can go hiking in Norway.
This mountainous area is dubbed ‘Home of Giants’, thanks to it being home to 29 most highest mountains in Norway such as Galdhopiggen. It is also home to Norwegian largest national park, Jotunheinmen National Park, established in 1980. This place is revered for being the most popular among hikers and mountain climbers.
This a mountainous plateau located in western Norway. It is not only the largest plateau in Norway but also in the whole of Europe. It is revered for its cold all year-round climate, besides being Norway’s largest glacier. It is not only a spectacular hiking place but a popular tourist destination, providing visitors with a variety of outdoor activities.
Besides Rondane being an auspicious hiking area, it is also Norway’s oldest national park. The park has 10 peaks which are above 2,000 meters. The highest peak is Rondeslottet, at a height of 2,178. This park is home to thousands of wild reindeers.
The Lyngen Alps
These alpine mountains are spread on a peninsula. They are quiet popular among professional hikers and mountain climbers. These mountains provide auspicious and panoramic views over blue Fjords. This place is relatively colder as compared to the other most popular mountain hiking and climbing places in Norway.
This mountainous area borders Norway’s central and southern regions. This place is depicted as a sign of eternity because it is quiet awe-inspiring. It provides visitors with an awesome and spectacular hiking experience, especially during the summer. This area is also ideal for canoeing, fishing and snowkiting.
This is arguably the most famous site in Norway, with thousands of tourists flocking here in droves every year. It is a flat mountainous plateau which is 6oo meters high. It is a wonderful hiking place with spectacular views.