Rondane National Park- A Norwegain Hiking Classic!
One’s experience of travelling can be made up of many things such as food, culture and people.
Can you guess which one of the three is the main reason people visit Norway?
Ok, we’ll tell you. It’s not just those three but also its dazzling natural surroundings. Norway is home to some stunning scenic highlands, spectacular fjords and magnificent mountains. No trip to this country would be complete without fully endorsing yourself in the Norwegian nature.
One place filled with vast amounts of nature and wildlife which is a must-visit is Norway’s oldest national park Rondane, established in 1962. It covers 1,000 square kilometres as well as counties such as Oppland and Hedmark, as noted by VisitNorway.
Rondane national park also has ten peaks over 2000 metres above sea level. Alternative to its high peaks there is low terrains with flatlands filled with lots of wildlife.
Are we tempting you to visit yet?
If so, we have you covered with a self-guided multi-day trip to Rodane National Park.
- Meeting a local expert who will provide you with advice on hiking in Norway
- Explore Oslo’s natural trails if you’re sick of urban areas
- Enjoy a scenic train journey from Oslo to Otta
- Interact with local Norwegian Hikers en route and enjoy tasty local food
- Appreciate the spectacular mountain top views
Interested? Enquire with us today. Want to know more? Click on the trip plan above for further information!
IncludedRondane National Park- A Norwegain Hiking Classic!
Not IncludedLocal GuideTransportationDinnerLunchBed & Breakfast
Day 1: Arrive in Oslo | Meet a local Expert
Day 2: Explore Oslo's Nature Trails with a local
Day 3: Train to Otta | transfer and hike to Rondvassbu
Day 4: Trek to Dørålseter
Day 5: Journey to Bjørnhollia
- Hike the route towards Rondvassbu which is above Bergdalstjønnen through the Langglupdalen valley to Bjørnhollia. On average this hike should take around 7-8 hours.
- On the contrary, take a slightly more challenging journey with fine displays from the top. We recommend walking over Høgronden (2118 meters above sea level). In total, this journey should average around 9-10 hours.
Day 6: Make your way back to Rondvassbu
Day 7: Otta - Train to Oslo
Day 8: Depart Oslo
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