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Hiking in Norway is great! From popular marked trails and tourist attractions, to wild and untamed mythical landscapes, Norway is a major hiking destination in Europe. Popular cliffs to hike to include Trolltunga, and Preikestolen and Kjerag in Fjord Norway.

About Hiking in Norway

Hiking in Norway is great! The varied scenery, from popular marked trails and tourist attractions to wild and untamed mythical landscapes, has earned Norway a well-deserved reputation as major hiking destination in Europe. Many people choose hiking as a way to explore the Norwegian fjord landscape.

A few examples of classic (and challenging!) hiking routes are Preikestolen hike, Kjerag hike, Trolltunga hike, Galdhøpiggen hike, Besseggen and Romsdalseggen hike. The famous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), Kjerag (Kjeragbolten) depart from Stavanger in Southern Norway. 

Softer options are available of course – most trails are marked according to difficulty, so make sure you choose a route that suits your level. 

We offer the best selection of guided hiking tours available in Norway. Get detailed information below and you can book instantly online.


  • Preikestolen: climb up the imposing ledge and marvel at the view over Lysefjord
  • Hiking to Kjerag 
  • Go up north and explore the arctics

If you are looking for more outdoor adventures in Norway, please refer to our Norway Guide for more information.

Best Time to Visit

High Season: April - September

Fair Season: Year-round

Guided hikes in Norway are available year-round, but conditions are best from mid-March to mid-November.