Hardangervidda National Park | Hiking from Hut to Hut
It’s often debated that the best way to travel is to go off the tourist beat, travel like a local and go away from the standard route. A brilliant destination to do this is Hardangervidda National Park in Norway.
Did you know that the Hardangervidda National Park is Norway’s largest park? As noted by VisitNorway Hardangervidda has been recognised as a national park since 1981 and spans from the East to the West covering the Hardanger mountain plateau.
Likewise, it covers 3,442 square kilometres. Across those miles host some magnificent wildlife, locals, mountain huts and picturesque views. Making it a wonderful destination to hike, climb, fish and skii.
Here at Ethical Travel Portal, we cover the hiking option by offering you an unforgettable journey into the Hardangervidda. This journey will allow you to connect with locals, discover hidden gems, taste delicious traditional food and challenge yourself physically whilst hiking through stunning surroundings.
- Meet a local specialist
- Fishing trip with a local
- Take a boat across the Halne fjord
- Picturesque views whilst hiking
- Visit the beautiful mountain village of Geilo
Interested? Enquire with us today. Want to know more? Click on the trip plan above for further information!
IncludedHardangervidda National Park | Hiking from Hut to HutLocal Guide
Not IncludedTransportationDinnerLunchBed & Breakfast
Day 1: Arrive in Bergen and meet a local
Day 2: Train to Geilo and Hiking
Day 3: Explore Geilo and enjoy a fishing trip with a local
Day 4: Bus to Halne, boat trip and hike.
Day 5: Rauhelleren to Heinseter
Day 6: Heinseter to Ustaoset via Tuva and train to Geilo
Day 7: Train to Oslo
Day 8: Depart Oslo
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