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Hardangervidda National Park Center

I was driving from Oslo to Odda and stopped by the park center 20 minutes before its closing time... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Xingtong L
Handargervidda Nature Park

Handargervidda nature park is in my opinion one of the best Norway parks. A huge and amazing... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2018
Rad L
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Hardangervidda is the largest mountain plateau in Europe. This is where you will find Norway's largest national park. The scenery is varied with steep mountainsides and spectacular views. The countryside there is diverse, ranging from flat plains on...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Uvdal 3630, Norway
+47 35 08 05 50
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was driving from Oslo to Odda and stopped by the park center 20 minutes before its closing time. The staff were very nice and helpful when I requested some information. Mr. Roe (I may remembered his name wrong) who is one of the staff...More

Thank Xingtong L
Reviewed 13 June 2018

Handargervidda nature park is in my opinion one of the best Norway parks. A huge and amazing natural area with absolute contact with nature

Thank Rad L
Reviewed 2 June 2018

After getting off the Bergen Railway in Geilo, our bus driver picked us up to take us across the Hardangervidda Mountain Plateau. There is only one road going across this desolate, above the tree line tundra. This is not the place to have your car...More

Thank Sue M
Reviewed 31 May 2018

This endless expanse of never ending scenery is a barren ,treeless landscape riddled with rivers ,lakes and streams , a fantastic journey through a barren landscape as the snow begins to thaw.

Thank R G
Reviewed 25 December 2017

It was extremely foggy and rainy when I was there, but I know from past trips the vast surroundings are spectacular. Even being shrouded in thick fog it was spectacular to drive. One of the most famous parts of Norway.

Thank Adele H
Reviewed 1 November 2017 via mobile

Nice people, beautiful place, incredible nature! The people of Hardangervidda National Park center served us a delicious meal... An excellent explanation of the park and good advice for a 3 hours walk.

Thank Overmeire
Reviewed 23 August 2017

This is for hiking and camping enthusiasts. The scenery is spectacular: mountain plateau above the tree line criss crossed with lakes and running water. A glacier is easily visible. Access is not easy since the roads are little more than mountain tracks. The Tourist Association...More

Thank cgny1fwd
Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

We drove through with road 7, and the view was spectacular. Especially at Park Skaupsjøen just at the tail of Hardangervidda. There we camped out for the night, it was cold but the view was worth it. We visited in summer but snow was still...More

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Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

No words can describe the feelings when you see it... You need to see it, you should want to see it ;-)

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Reviewed 1 August 2017

Traveled through the national park and up into the high peak areas in early April lots of snow about with stunning waterfalls as spring had sprung ,well worth a trip if you like wildlife or winter sport ,summer climbing.A great trip

Thank stuarthendry22
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13 January 2017|
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Response from David P | Reviewed this property |
We hiked through Hardangervidda last August and there were still snow fields, some of them quite large. So I guess snow in that area doesn't melt completely never.