On the rugged hills to snow-capped mountains and from easy trails to treacherous hikes, Norway offers all kinds of hiking experiences. So, put on your hiking shoes and head out to these best hiking places in Norway.
Also known as the Pulpit Rock, reaching this 604 m high cliff above the magnificent Lysefjorden fjords is one of the most famous hikes in Norway.
Acclaimed by many as the most beautiful hike in Norway, this over 10 km trail to top of the ridge is challenging and once you take in the fantastic 360 degree view, satisfying.
One of the most crowded hiking spots in Norway, this strenuous hike to the 1,100 m high mountain is quite drenching. Posing on the Troll's tongue at the top is the main reason this hike is so flooded with hikers.
Situated on the Senja island, this mountain is quite popular for hiking. The awe-inspiring view from the top makes the short but tough hike worthwhile.
This 40 km long valley attracts many hikers to its ultra-scenic and testing trails. Hiking amidst the lush nature and along with the spectacular views of sparkling rivers, makes this hike rewarding.
This is a 12 km hike on the rugged mountain of Kjerag to reach the over 1,000 m high boulder crammed in a mountain crevasse. For every hiker, a picture on this boulder becomes a lifelong memento.