Norway is a country well known for its contrasting landscapes and beautiful vistas. It is a great country for those who love to hike, or for those who just like a bit of fresh air every now and then. The Dovrefjell National Park is a great example of contrasting landscapes, with gorgeous valleys filled with budding flowers, and high hiking mountains topped with snow, the National Park has a variety of unique wildlife not seen anywhere else in the world.
Hike up to the top of mount Snohetta, one of Norway’s highest mountains. Standing at 2286 metres above sea level and also considered as one of Norway’s most beautiful mountains. Stick around for a while at the peak of Snohetta, and you might catch a glimpse of some of Norway’s most majestic beasts, the musk oxen, which have grazed among the mountains of Norway since the ice age.
The Fjords of Norway are also well known, and well seasoned travellers may even be lucky enough to spot a wild tundra reindeer, as Norway is the only place where you can still see these elusive creatures in the wild.
Suited to both the experienced hiker and the casual tourist, Norway is a beautiful land partially touched by winter that will melt your heart.