Cicerone 2018 - Engelsk text
Guidebook includes 20 walking and trekking routes in the main mountain areas of Norway from the Far South to the sub-Arctic regions. Includes Hardangervidda, Aurlandsdalen, Rondane, Jotunheimen, Alvdal Vestfjell, Tafjord, Douvre, Trollheimen, Sylene, Femundsmarka, the mountains of Narvik, Troms Border Trail and Finnsmaksvidda.
A short walking season with huts open from the third week of June to mid-September. Snow may persist into late June.
Bergen, Geilo, Flam, Oppdal, Trondheim and Bodø, Tromsø, Narvik and Alta in the far north.
Routes are short treks of 2-8 days from easy to strenuous. Harder routes involve glacier travel and high passes and peaks, and snow early in the year.
The best hut-to-hut mountain walking in Norway. The land can be remote and wild, the refuges wonderful. Norway's highest mountain, Galdhøpiggen, at 2469m