Hardangervidda National Park trekking tour

Jose, an UIMLA certified mountain guide, wants to invite you to a 8-day trekking adventure in Norwegian lands. You'll join the Hardangervidda National Park and the Hallingskarvet NP by foot. Two of the most interesting natural areas of the region.




Trip Duration

8 days

People per Guide

8 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jul, Aug

Type of Trip

Not specified


  • Hike in the Hardangervidda and the Hallingskarvet national parks.

  • Walk along crystal water lakes, pastures and glaciers.

  • Discover the wonderful local fauna on the way.


It’s my pleasure to offer you an 8-day trek through the Hardangervidda National Park and beyond…

Norway has more than 40 nature parks, which gives you an idea of ​​what we’ll find in this Scandinavian country: nature in all its senses. That’s why I’d like to propose you to visit 2 of these natural areas.

During this trekking tour, we will walk across the Hardangervidda and the Hallingskarvet national parks. It’s an 8-day program which consists in linking both parks by foot.

The Hardangervidda National Park is the largest one in Norway. On the other hand, the Hallingskarvet National Park has been created to protect the wild reindeer habitat. As you can see, both are really interesting areas to visit!

Most part of the year these parks are covered by snow, which makes them virtually inaccessible during the winter. However, when the white color gives way to the green, the walks along its quiet trails are really enjoyable. Moreover, you can admire and photograph its landscapes, rest and camp in its green meadows and stay close to real nature.

During this trek, we’ll count on the company of many crystal water lakes, extensive pastures and amazing glaciers. Furthermore, the Arctic fox, the Scandinavian partridge, the reindeer and who knows if some snowy owl would also watch us during our journey.

At the bottom of this description, you can find more details about the itinerary. Keep in mind that this trekking expedition involves a very good physical condition since we must walk several hours per day.

I already have some fixed departures in July and August. If you want to book your place, please get in touch with me. It will be a really unforgettable experience on Norwegian lands. I promise you will love them!  

I also lead hiking programs in the Dolomites and the Alps. Check them out!

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Price per person

Group of 1
5160 EUR

Group of 2
2580 EUR

Group of 3
1720 EUR

Group of 4
1290 EUR

Group of 5
1290 EUR

Group of 6
1290 EUR

Group of 7
1100 EUR

Group of 8
1100 EUR


Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Accommodation
  • Transport during the trip
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


  • Day 1Meeting point: Oslo

    We will meet in Oslo where we’ll have the equipment checked. We can do a tour in the city and get ready for the next day.

  • Day 2Oslo - Finse

    We’ll move from Oslo to Finse by train, one of the most beautiful rides in the world. Once in Finse we’ll start the trek. We’ll spend the night in tents under the starlight.

  • Day 3 to 6Hiking days

    Four incredible trekking days through the Hardangervidda National Park and the Hallingskarvet. We may see some reindeers in their natural habitat. Each new day, we’ll set up our camp in a different place.

  • Day 7Return to Oslo

    Last day of adventure. We’ll move to Finse again, where we’ll catch the train back to Oslo. We’ll spend the night in the city.

  • Day 8End of the program

    We’ll have breakfast and say good bye! End of the program.


Other details

Meeting point


More info


- International flights;

- Transfer within Oslo;

- Travel and accident insurance;

- Lunches and dinners in Oslo;

- Personal equipment.


About the Guide


AEGM and UIMLA guide from Spain.

I'm a mountain lover since I went up to Mulhacén at the age of 14. Since then I've been to mountains all around the world, always looking for new challenges.

I like to share the love I feel for the mountains, and all what I learned out there during all these years.

Some of my credentials:

- Certified mountain guide for blind people (UNED foundation)
- Wilderness Guide (WGA, currently in process)
- Wilderness Advanced First Aid (WAFA certified)
- Member of the Spanish Association of Mountain Guides (AEGM) and member of the Union of International Mountain Leaders Association (UIMLA)

Regarding my experience, I've done ascents and trekkings in the Alps, Pyrenees, Atlas range, Andes, Himalayas and Norway. I'm originally from Granada, in Andalucía, so I know in detail the region of Sierra Nevada.



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