Norway Mountain: Get to Know the Most Popular Mountain Range in Norway!

Jan 12, 2021 01:00 PM

Norway Mountain - Photo by Stein Inge Matre from Google Maps
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Tripboba.com - Norwegians have used the mountains as a solution to the stresses of modern life. People come during weekends or holidays to take a deep breath to feel a natural atmosphere. Standing at 2,000 meters above sea level with a 360-degree view that will spoil you, Norway Mountain might be your next destination to do some outdoor activities with friends or family.

Plan your visit to Norway Mountain, both during summer or winter and your holiday will be memorable. Want to know more about Norway Mountain? You come to the right page. Keep reading this article below as Tripboba will share with you everything about Norway Mountain. Let's have a check!

The Highest Mountain in Norway

Norway Mountain - Photo by Gustav Söfgren from Google Maps

Galdhøpiggen is the highest mountain in Norway. Galdhøpiggen is also well known as the most visited peak in the country. The panoramic view will spoil you, and it is easy to reach.

You can follow the route from Spiterstulen 1.103 m.a.s.l., which takes around four hours to the top, two, and half-three hours back down. There is an alternative route, including a guide across the glacier. 

Norway Mountain - Photo by Stein Inge Matre from Google Maps

Galdhøpiggen can be started from Juvasshytta 1.840 m.a.s.l. from the lodge. In summertime, it starts at 10:00 a.m and 11:30 a.m. Adventurers will expect some outdoor activities like glacier hiking and mountain hiking. 

Norway Mountain Ranges

Norway Mountain - Photo by Trond Giæver Myhre from Google Maps

This list below is the top two of Norway Mountain ranges. Tripboba will give you a brief explanation that can be your reference, as follows:

Galdhøpiggen: 2,469 m (8,100 ft)

Galdhøpiggen is the highest mountain in Norway and the track starts from the climbing wall on the west side of the main building at Juvasshytta. The peak season is from the beginning of June to the Middle of September.

Glittertind: 2,465 m (8,087 ft)

Glittertind or better known on maps as Glittertinden is the second-highest mountain in Norway. The stunning view will spoil you. The most popular spot you can take on the eastern flank slightly below the top.

Norway Mountain MI

Norway Mountain - Photo by bob boyer from Google Maps

Norway Mountain Mi or Norway Mountain Ski Resort offers skiers and snowboarders a 4505 ft vertical drop. In total, Norway Mountain ski resort offers 3.1 mi of trails, perfect for beginners, 1,2 mi of the total trails. It is suitable for the middle road skiers and 0.9 mi for expert level skiers and snowboarders.

Norway Mountain - Photo by Neill Urban from Google Maps

This is all effectively accessible with their six ski lifts. Besides, if you want to experience ski lifts, you can purchase a day pass for USD 45, a kids day pass for USD 20, a season pass for USD 369, and a Kids Season Pass for USD 99. Kindly check the resort for specials, offers, and discounts. 

What Mountain Range Separates Norway and Sweden

Norway Mountain - Photo by FORMATTOO AGENCIA from Google Maps

Did you know about what mountain range separates Norway and Sweden? It is in the Pyrenees Mountains. It separates from the rest of Europe by the Pyrenees Mountains. Pyrenees Mountain is located only five miles from the continent of Africa.

Mountain Biking Norway

Norway Mountain - Photo by Hafjell Bike Park from Google Maps

Looking for an exciting activity while visiting Norway? Ask your friends or family to go on a mountain bike holiday in Norway. Along with it, you can experience a ride down a single track or take a bike deep to the forest.

The bike park offers an option for beginners and children so that the whole family can join it. You are not allowed to ride in the ski trails right after heavy rainfalls. Besides, don't go rush and limit your speed to respect pedestrians and skiers. 

The Tallest Mountain in Bergen Norway

Norway Mountain - Photo by Ashley Torres from Google Maps

Ulriken is the tallest mountain in Bergen, Norway. Do you have plans to spend time with your loved ones here? Just get ready for the fascinating summertime with hiking in Ulriken Mountain. Take a look at Ulriken Mountain or well known as Ålreken.

It is the highest of the Seven Mountains, which surrounds the city of Bergen, Norway. At the top of Ulriken Mountain, there are a TV tower, a restaurant, and a free telescope. Is it fun, right?

Happy vacation, everyone! Have a memorable trip to Norway Mountain with your loved ones or your families! Last but not least, during your visit, don't forget to follow the health-protocol always to wear a face-covering, wash your hand often, and practice social distancing.

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