Hiking Remote and Pristine Mountains
Norway is a country of stunning natural beauty, with a fjord-etched coastline dotted with picturesque harbors and rugged mountain ranges punctuated by deep, emerald green inland lakes.
No less hearty than their Viking ancestors, Norwegians retain a deep affinity for the land and a great love of the outdoors. Not surprisingly, a strong tradition of traveling by foot has given raise to an extensive network of trails and mountain huts. With over 320 huts built and maintained by the DNT, the Norwegian Mountain Touring Association, in some of the last stretches of true wilderness left in Europe, Norway offers some truly unique hiking experiences.
This year, for the first time, we are offering Norway Inn-to-Inn, a combination inn-to-inn and hotel-based trip to Norway’s popular Peer Gynt region and to the inner reaches of Norway’s longest fjord, Sognefjord. Our Norway Inn-to-Inn trip is as much about the culture, history and rhythm of hiking in Norway as it is about the amazing landscapes we travel.