29 1 Day Treks in Norway that you should visit - With photos & details

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29 1 Day Treks to explore in Norway

The country has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world. It has the world's largest sovereign wealth fund, with a value of US$1 trillion. Norway has had the highest Human Development Index ranking in the world since 2009, a position also held previously between 2001 and 2006.

AurlandsdalenAurlandsdalen, Aurland, Norway

The well-known and historic Aurlandsdalen Valley, was once one of the main routes between the eastern and western parts of Norway. It is a glacially-formed Norwegian valley that is about 40 kilometres in length

BesseggenBesseggen, Vågå Municipality, Norway

Besseggen is one of Norway's most popular mountain classics. The green waters of the Gjende lake, cradled amidst the steep mountains of the majestic Jotunheimen National Park, create the perfect scenery. Bessvatnet lake, on the opposite side of the ridge, is considered to be Norway's clearest lake, where you can see as far as 30 meters below the surface of the water.

BesshøBesshø, Vågå Municipality, Norway

This enormous dome-shaped mountain is a solid eye-catcher for anyone who drives highway 51 over Valdresflye or walks Besseggen. Almost 1300 meters it rises straight up from Gjende, and if you come driving north over Valdresflye, you get a real impression of the dimensions. Besshøe is a popular hiking destination, both due to the fantastic view from the top and the relatively easy access.

BitihornBitihorn, Vang Municipality, Norway

A friendly Peak to Trek near Beitostolen. Taking a bus or car towards Bygdin travel for approximately 10km. Park at the lap camp by the lake at Stavtjednet and follow the marked trek to the summit of Bitihorn. A beautiful place to have some nice time and a little bit of adventure.

BlåhøBlåhø, Oppdal Municipality, Norway

The highest mountain in the northeastern side of the Trollheimen mountain range. The Speilsalen glacial tunnel was located about 1.5 kilometres northeast of the peak.

BlefjellBlefjell, Flesberg Municipality, Norway

Blefjell is a mountain area that is a popular tourist destination for trekking and hiking in Norway.

BletoppenBletoppen, Tinn Municipality, Norway

Bletoppen is the highest summit on Blefjell, 1342 meters above sea level. Bletoppen is located in Tinn in Telemark. The view is nice in all directions. Places that are visible are: Gaustadtoppen, Hardangervidda, Jonsknuten, Skrimfjella. The summit is most easily reached by following a marked trail from the parking lot at Nordstul, 3 to 4 hours hike in the summer. Numerous shorter paths starts at the road to Fosskard and goes up the steep western side of Blefjell.

DalsnibbaDalsnibba, Stranda Municipality, Norway

Dalsnibba is a mountain in Stranda Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located at the end of the Geiranger valley, about 7 km south of the village of Geiranger and the Geirangerfjorden. The 2-square-kilometer lake Djupvatnet lies directly to the southeast of the mountain. The mountain is located very near the county border with both Oppland and Sogn og Fjordane counties, in the southeastern part of Møre og Romsdal county.

Galdhøpiggen2686 Lom, Norway

Galdhøpiggen is the tallest mountain in Norway, Scandinavia, and Northern Europe, at 2,469 m  above sea level. It is in the municipality of Lom in Innlandet county and in the Jotunheimen mountain area. During the ice ages, it was heavily glaciated and got its present form. The theory that the highest summits in Norway stayed above the ice as nunataks have been abandoned by most geologists.

GaustatoppenGaustatoppen, Tinn Municipality, Norway

The highest mountain in the Vestfold og Telemark county and is famous for its mesmerizing views, as one can see an area of approximately 60,000 km², one-sixth of Norway's mainland. The summit is accessible on foot in the summer, on a rocky pathway of medium difficulty, although the southern side of the mountain is very dangerous and inaccessible. The wreckage of an airplane crash lies there, as it is too difficult to remove it.

GlittertindGlittertind, Lom Municipality, Norway

Norway's second-highest mountain Glittertind, which lies 2452 meters above sea level, is a majestic peak with a great view over large parts of Jotunheimen. This summit is coved of a magnificent snow and ice cap, and has its name from the river Glitra, which flows from Glitterholet in Visdalen.

GråkallenGråkallen, Trondheim Municipality, Norway

Gråkallen is a mountain in the Bymarka area in the municipality of Trondheim in Trøndelag county, Norway. The 552-meter tall mountain is located in the Byåsen part of the city of Trondheim.  The summit is covered by an abandoned fenced military installation.

KjeragKjerag, Sandnes Municipality, Norway

Kjerag or Kiragg is a mountain in Sandnes municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. The 1,110-metre tall mountain sits on the southern shore of Lysefjorden, just southwest of the village of Lysebotn. Its northern side is a massive cliff, plunging 984 metres almost straight down to fjord, a sight which attracts many visitors each year. Another tourist attraction, the Kjeragbolten, a 5-cubic-meter stone wedged between two rocks is located on the mountain.

KyrkjaKyrkja, Lom Municipality, Norway

Kyrkja is a mountain of Innlandet in southern Norway. Kyrkja is nicknamed “The Chruch” because its peak is extremely steep and resembles a church spire. Kyrkyja was thought to be unclimbable until the 19th century, due to its steepness. Despite its slopes, climbing to the top is a day’s hike, helped by the rocks covering the mountainside. Kyrkyja used to be covered in snow, but climate change has severely lessened the amount of snow on the mountain.

LomseggiLomseggi, Lom Municipality, Norway

A beautiful mountain with mind-blowing peaks and views, which is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. It is also a nice trekking destination too. A lot of tourists visit this place every year.

Mount MannenMount Mannen, Rauma Municipality, Norway

Mannen is a mountain in Rauma Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The 1,294-metre tall mountain is located just west of Horgheim, along the river Rauma in the Romsdalen valley. Mannen has a distinctive needle peak. The mountain's shape has been compared to an enormous seated goose that looks out over the Rauma valley, from which it can easily be seen.

Preikestolen(Pulpit Rock)Strand, 4110 Songesand, Norway

Mountainous hike to the famous 604-meter cliff with a flat top, offering incredible views.

RondeslottetRondeslottet, Folldal Municipality, Norway

The Rondane National Park, in the counties Oppland and Hedmark, includes the namesake mountain range, counting nine peaks exceeding the altitude of 2000 meters above sea level, a magical threshold in Norway!. Daily a lot of people visits this place and is one of the good trekking destinations in this area.

RutenRuten, Heim, Norway

Ruten is a mountain in Trøndelag county, Norway. The 1,040-meter tall mountain is located on the border of the municipalities of Heim and Rindal. The mountain stands about 8 kilometers southeast of the village of Vinjeøra in Heim. This is the highest point in the municipality of Heim. The mountain has a topographic prominence of 742 meters  and a topographic isolation of 23.91 kilometers

SkageflåStranda Municipality, Norway

Skageflå is one of a handful of historic mountain farms on the steep mountainsides along the Geirangerfjorden. It is located in Stranda Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. Skageflå lies approximately 250 meters above the fjord. The farm is a 2 to 4 hour walk from the nearby village of Geiranger, and can also be reached with help of a local sightseeing boat. The boat takes passengers to a spot on the fjord just below the farm, from where they face a very steep half-hour climb.