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  • ATTRACTIONS

    Rondane and Dovrefjell National Parks are of course the main attractions offering endless possibilities for nature lovers and outdoor enthousiasts. But there are many other attractions in the surroundings of Rondane River Lodge which are well worth a visit. Get a glimpse of what to expect in the overview underneath.

    RONDANE NATIONAL PARK

    The oldest national park of Norway hosts 10 mountain tops above 2000m and was created to protect the precious living area for the wild reindeer flocks.

    DOVREFJELL NATIONAL PARK

    Musk ox safari in Dovrefjell National Park

    Dovrefjell National Park includes the second highest mountain range in Norway and is the natural habitat for the iconic musk ox.

    RONDANEVEGEN

    Rondanevegen is one of the 18 national scenic routes in Norway. It runs from Muen and Sollia Church to Folldal along the east side of Rondane National Park.

    VENABYGDSFJELLET

    Venabygdsfjellet is the southern access for hikes in the Rondane National Park and offers over 160km of perfectly groomed cross country ski slopes during winter.

    FRIISVEGEN

    Friisvegen

    Friisvegen is a spectacular mountain road linking Gudbrandsdalen and Østerdalen. It winds above tree level and offers good chances to spot wild reindeer.

    GRIMSDALSVEGEN

    Grimsdalsvegen is another famous mountain road in between Rondane and Dovrefjell National Park. Prepare yourself for 50km of breathtaking scenery.

    FOLLDAL & EINUNNDALEN

    Einunndalen

    Folldal used to be an important mining town. Combine an exciting visit to the mine shaft with a circular drive through the charming Einunndalen.

    GUDBRANDSDALEN

    Gudbrandsdalen is the best known valley in Norway hosting many attractions including the Olympic town Lillehammer, Hunderfossen and Ringebu stavechurch.

    RØROS & FEMUNDEN

    The well preserved mining town of Røros is a UNESCO world heritage site. It’s only a stone’s throw away from Femunden, the third biggest lake in Norway.

    ØSTERDALEN

    Storelgen

    The Østerdalen or Valley of the East houses the longest river in Norway surrounded by vast forests. It’s densely populated with wild moose.