Hiking in Hallingskarvet National Park

Hike among the moors, cliffs and mountains of central Norway

The rugged national park in central Norway features some of the most pristine landscapes in the country. A place where wild reindeer roam the meadows. Where the Eurasian dotterel, a wader bird, masters the art of camouflage. And where purple saxifrage grow along the cliffs. Hiking here offers fine rewards in breathtaking landscapes. Visit during the warmer months between March and July for ideal mountain climbing conditions. Visit during the warmer months between June and August for ideal hiking conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Hallingskarvet National Park

For the majority of the year the national park is layered with snow and ice, making them mostly inaccessible for hiking. Then during the warmer months, the white sheets begin to thin and fade, giving way to gorgeous greens of the rolling hills and mountains. Sharp cliffs rise until the high plateau forms a flat chunk of terrain swept in lush meadows and lakes. Only the wooden cabins show signs of human interaction here, which are sparsely spread.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+47

Language

Norwegian

Currency

Norwegian krone

What's the weather like?

The region receives an alpine climate

Best time to visit

Visit during the warmer months between June and August for ideal hiking conditions

More info about Hiking in Hallingskarvet National Park:

Located in central Norway on the Hallingskarv plateau, the Hallingskarvet National Park also encompasses the valleys of Såtedalen, Lengjedalen, Ynglesdalen and chunks of Raggsteindalen. It covers 450 square kilometers protecting a mountain range and its native wild reindeer, a key factor in the formation of the park in 2006. The highest point in the national park is Folarskardnuten, peaking at 1,933 meters

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