Hardangervidda National Park Norway
With the predicted warming , Hardangervidda could again be largely wooded . The Norwegian Trekking Association offers a network of hiking paths and cabins connecting Hardangervidda from Haukeliseter and Mogen in the south to Finse in the north, Rjukan and Geilo in the east and Eidfjord and Odda in the west. The bedrock is mainly of Precambrian and Cambro – Silurian origin.
Hardangervidda National Park
Tucker50 wrote a review Oct Atlanta, GA contributions23 helpful votes Great visitor center at park I only saw a small section of this park but really enjoyed the park’s visitor center. Be sure to watch the movie. There is also a cafe and good gift shop across the parking lot.
One of the roofs was earthern and they had goats maintaining it on the roof. I am so glad to Hardangervidda National Park Norway visited here! The vastness of this gorgeous landscape really is breathtaking!
Hardangervidda National Park Norway are well presented and in multi languages. There’s a great movie about a year in the park and the cycle of animal and human activities during the seasons.
Well worth the time and admission price. There are many hiking trails in the park with beautiful landscapes and waterfalls to explore.
It was a challenging and rewarding hike with gorgeous scenery. I am certain there are many excellent places to enjoy Norwegian nature in Hardangervidda. Such a modern and nice museum:you can see movie about national park, you can learn about anatomy and kinds of deer.
You can see cave, Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt travel a many years ago with IT technology Hardangervidda National Park Norway also have a very nice trip through the park.
We were a group of 65 Ukrainian people including children even rainy weather cant destroyed this amazing tour. I wish to visit this place again.
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You can see cave, to travel a many years ago with IT technology and also have a very nice trip through the park. With the predicted warming , Hardangervidda could again be largely wooded . Geography and geology[ edit ] Hardangervidda The plateau is the largest peneplain eroded plain in Europe , covering an area of about 6, km2 2, sq mi at an average elevation of 1, metres 3, ft.