DNT maintains summer trails, way-marked ski routes and offer accommodation in cabins and lodges in the Norwegian mountains nation wide. The differing mountain areas within DNTs network represents a variety of landscapes, and below you can find information about som of DNTs mountain destinations in Norway.
Where do you want to go?
Head for Breheimen if you want to experience mountains and valleys, glaciers and peaks, without running into too many other people. The name reeks of snow and ice, but the area has lots more to offer.
Langsua is a good choice for those who want to hike in gentle terrain. The paths wind their way into the open landscape, over hills and between mountains. A suitable area for those who don't have a lot of experience of hiking in the mountains.
The majestic Snøhetta massif is a hiking gem of the Dovrefjell mountains. Remember to leave no traces on your hike to the top and in the surrounding areas, as the massif is situated in a protected area in Dovrefjell - Sunndalsøra national park!
Femundsmarka National Park is one of the largest continuous areas of wilderness in Southern Scandinavia. Femundsmarka is situated on both sides of the vast Femunden lake, the third biggest lake in Norway.
Jotunheimen is one of the best known areas of mountains in Norway. Towering peaks, cascading waterfalls, ice-blue glaciers and beautiful valleys make this magical area of mountains a very popular destination in summer and winter alike.
The scenery in this area of mountains, which was given the name Skarvheimen in 1995, is very varied. It features everything from wide valleys and sweeping plateaus to sharp peaks and perpendicular hillsides.
When you set out onto Hardangervidda, you are on the biggest mountain plateau in Northern Europe. A landscape of expansive plateaus and rich flora and fauna, varying from flat terrain in the east/central parts to spectacular waterfalls in the west.
The Rondane mountains have attracted hikers and artists for hundreds of years. There are walking and hiking opportunities for everyone in Norway’s first national park, including a number of 2,000 metre-plus summits for mountaineering enthusiasts.