DNT-cabins in Hardangervidda
Hardangervidda National Park is the largest national park in Norway. This vast mountain plateau offers excellent hiking opportunities for both seasoned hikers and recreational hikers. The national park has a wide network of trails for summer hikes and winter skiing.
Staffed lodges are run by hosts. Your food is served to you, and you can spend the night in a two-bed or multiple-bed room, or in a dormitory. The lodges are of a good, simple standard with electricity, showers and a drying room for your hiking gear.
Self-service cabins vary in size, from 5 to around 50 beds. The cabins are equipped with duvets and pillows, and cooking facilities with pots and plates etc., and firewood. You can buy food from a well-stocked range of food items; dinner options, sandwich toppings, crackers, coffee and tea etc. The cabins are locked with DNT’s standard key, and may have a warden during the season.