Spanning 3,422 square kilometers, the Hardangervidda National Park is the largest in the whole of Norway. An endless collection of hiking routes carves through the hills and along the Hardanger plateau, which gives its name to the national park. The barren, treeless plateau is dominated by moorland, a bundle of pools, and a scattering of lakes, streams and rivers.
The region receives an alpine climate, while the west side of the plateau is wetter than the east.
Visit during the warmer months between June and August for ideal hiking conditions.
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