Photos from our Family Mountain Hike in Norway

We’ve regularly enjoyed Norway’s majestic mountains as a family. All four seasons have their own charm, with the Summer being the most attractive season as the weather is more stable. Our favourite is probably early Autumn, from August when the green landscape turns bright orange and red.
These photos are from one of our hikes, in Hardangervidda. Little b was 5 years and Little A was 1 year old. We had one mountain hut as a base and went on day hikes in the surrounding area. Being a bit more flat and not so stoney Hardangervidda is probably a bit more child friendly and better suited for families with younger children compared to the area mentioned in an earlier post Hiking with kids in Jotunheimen National Park. Other tourist attractions like Rallarvegen and the beautiful fjords of the Norwegian West Coast are reachable by car. If you manage to leave this stunning scenery…

Useful links
Hardangervidda National Park Route
Flåm – historical place between the mountains and the deep fjords
Rallarvegen – The Bergen Railway Line Construction Road


  1. Dear Bianca..your photos are stunning! they almost look surreal! would you be keen to be interviewed on to talk about your favourite itinerary for a family trip in Norway? I would love to invite you if you have time for it. all the best vanessa

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