Here are the Norwegian mountain hikes most hikers love. Here is the list 🙂
- Preikestolen close to Stavanger. Also known as the Pulpit Rock. One of the most popular hikes in Norway. Access only by hiking, no cars. Approx. 200.000 visitors annually.
- Besseggen Trail. Hiking trail in Jotunheimen National Park. Located some hours car drive north of Oslo, and south of Trondheim. Includes at boat trip to the starting point, for most hikers. The view of the blue and green waters are waiting for you
- Gaustatoppen Summit. See 1/6 of Norway from the top of Mt Gaustatoppen. Funicular inside the mountain. Pay attention to the operating hours. Also a nice hike, both up and down. Located a few hours car drive north of Oslo.
- Kjerag Site. Also close to Stavanger.
- Rallarvegen – Biking and hiking path, open few months in the late summer season. Located west of both Bergen and Voss. Approx. 20.000 visitors annually.
- Galdhopiggen Summit. Highest mountain in Norway with its 2469 meters above sea level. However, the hiking starting point is NOT by sea level. Tough hike.
- Aurlandsdalen Walley. Amazin scenery. Located in Fjord Norway.
- Slogen Summit.
- Trolltunga Site. Cliff hanging, nice scenery. Located in Fjord Norway.
- Triangle in Rondane Hiking trail between 3 summits. Expect to use up to five days at this 60 km hike.
- Vidden Trail. Hiking trail between Mt. Ulriken and Mt. Floyen in Bergen. Easy accessible from the Bergen city center.