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Benefits from trekking

Live longer!

Research has shown that just walking 5 miles a week at a slow pace is enough to reduce your unwellness by 31%. 5 miles is just 10,000 steps – so if you find yourself pacing around at night to reach 10,000 steps, then well done – you are absolutely smashing that target!

Level-up your mood

Many studies have shown that exercise can improve unwellness to a comparable extent. Trekking is an excellent mood enhancer because it combines the physiological benefits of exercise with the benefits of being surrounded by nature and socializing with other people on the trail.

Strengthen your heart

Walking becomes a cardio work out when you push yourself to the point that conversation becomes more difficult. On the Tour du Mont Blanc trek and Haute Route trek, some days involve ascents of 1000m and you will certainly feel out of breath on those! Cardio exercise is important for strengthening your heart, lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.

Best Norway treks
Hiking destinations

Besseggen Ridge

Located in Jotunheimen National Park, this trail offers stunning views of emerald lakes and alpine scenery. This is usually done as a point-to-point hike between Memurubu and Gjendesheim. Many people choose to take a ferry to Memurubu and then hike back to Gjendesheim from here.

Distance: 13.3 km (8.2 miles)

Difficulty: Strenuous

Length of Time: 6 to 8 hours


Hiking to Kjeragbolten, this giant boulder wedged between two cliffs, is our favorite hike of all time. Why? It’s not just because you get the chance to do something absolutely enormous, stepping out onto the boulder, it’s also because this hike is just downright fun. Do you dare?

Distance: 12 km (7.5 miles)

Difficulty: Strenuous

Length of Time: 6 to 8 hours

Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen)

The hike to Pulpit Rock is one of the most popular hikes in Norway. Its great views, relatively easy hiking trail, and convenient accessibility from the town of Stavanger is what makes this hike appealing to so many people.

Pulpit Rock can be a very crowded place in the summer months. If you are new to hiking, or if you are traveling with kids, this is a perfect first hike to do in Norway. And once you stand on top of Pulpit Rock and enjoy the amazing view over Lysefjord, you’ll be hungering for more.

Distance: 8 km (5 miles)

Difficulty: Easy

Length of Time: 5 hours


  • General travel tips

    Let’s start with the practical information: Many travelers walk away from Norway thinking it’s an expensive country, but you don’t have to be among them; approach with an open mind, and it can be budget-friendly. Hostels and other alternative accommodations are all over the place, but there’s an amazing free option, too: You can pitch a tent basically anywhere in nature thanks to allemannsretten, the principle of “freedom to roam.” Picture setting up camp near a secluded pond and whiling away the evening. Life doesn’t have to cost a lot.

    To the fjords

    Bergen is known as the “gateway to the fjords,” and there’s no shortage of ways to experience their breathtaking beauty — one of the many reasons they’re listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you just have a day to see them, book a day tour from Bergen to the Nærøy or the Hardangerfjord. Some tours also include a ride on the spectacular Flåm Railway, named the world’s best rail journey by Lonely Planet Traveller in 2014.


    You can’t visit Oslo and assume you’ve “done” Norway. Take the time and travel west to Bergen, in the Fjord Norway region. If you’re thinking about taking the train, you can watch the whole journey beforehand — it was filmed by NRK, Norway’s public broadcaster, and the program’s available as Bergensbanen minutt for minutt on DVD, YouTube, and Netflix (alternatively dubbed Slow TV: Train Ride from Bergen to Oslo). It’ll prepare you for all the tunnels — and for the jaw-dropping, surreal views, too.


Malcolm Driscoll

A Professional Tour Guide

One of the best ways to connect with nature is to spend a night camping in the wild. We have a wide collection of hand picked experiences to be enjoyed across the Norwegian fjords, mountains, valleys, archipelagos, villages, towns and cities. Let us worry about setting up camp, cooking a delicious meal and other details.


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