Why Norway’s is a Heaven for Hiking and Biking?

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Norway is a mountainous country with lots to offer in terms of hiking and biking. If you are someone who loves going on hikes, Norway is the place you need to be for your holidays. The experience in incredible to say the least. To be able to explore everything that is on offer in this beautiful country, you may want to consider finding yourself a Norway travel guide to offer you all the necessary help you might need. The list below represents some of the top hiking and biking sites in Norway.

Reinebringen

Reinebringen

Reinebringen

Located in Lofoten Island, outside the village of Reine, this hiking site is amazing for anyone who wants to explore Norway’s nature. It will take you about 2-3 hours return to hike but you also need to make sure that you’ve set aside ample time at the top. Available also is the trek up Hermannsdalstinden which takes you about 1 to 2 days with the option of taking a nap at the Munkebu hut.

Jotunheimen

Jotunheimen

Jotunheimen

This area is famous for its rugged terrain and the name Jotunheimen actually means ”The Home of the Giants”. This is mountainous area as it forms part of the long Scandinavian Mountain range. The area hosts about 29 of the highest mountains found in Norway meaning that it is your perfect destination is you are looking for an ideal hiking experience. You also get to explore the Jotunheimen National Park in this area which is an additional form of attraction.

Dovrefjell

Dovrefjell

Dovrefjell

You can never miss out on the plenty of Norway attractions which are all available for exploration. One of such amazing attraction can be found at the Dovrefjell which forms an amazing site for hiking. Located in Central Norway, this place is a one of a kind. The Dovrefjell forms such a spectacle because it is rated among the few places in the world where you actually get to see the Musk Oxen. The Dovrefjell National Park also forms and additional spectacle for people who are looking for additional things to do apart from just biking and hiking.

Hardangervidda

Hardangervidda

Hardangervidda

This mountain plateau is situated in Hardanger region and is ranked as the largest plateau not only in Norway but in Europe as well. If you want to explore one of the largest Norway’s glaciers, this is the place where you need to be. You can enjoy an array of outdoor activities such as biking and many more which is very popular among both the locals and international tourists.

Norangsdal Valley

Norangsdal Valley

Norangsdal Valley

Regarded as the wildest place in Norway, the Norangsdal Valley is an ideal destination if you are looking to enjoy the perfect vacation in Norway in an adventurous way. Expect to find a small road that will take you through the impossibly steep gorge that measures just about 200 meters across. If you take a bike ride, you’ll enjoy everything that is on offer. You can also hike through the steep trails to the Patchellhytta Hut.

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