Scenic Route Rondane

Rondane - first National Park in Norway


Venabygdsfjellet – Enden


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Norwegian Scenic Route Rondane runs from Venabygdsfjellet to Folldal, and from Sollia Church to Enden. The total distance of 75 km (Road 27/219).

The road curves between the giant mountains and takes you alongside the Rondane National Park. Experiencing the slowly changing landscape with its huge mountains is a special feeling. No matter how fast you drive, you will not miss a thing and have enough time to let all the impressions sink in. If you have the opportunity, you should stop at the rest areas listed and linked below. 

Norwegian Scenic Route Rondane is a cultural landscape relating the history of human settlement since the Stone Age.

Rondane – the first National Park

In 1962 Rondane was the first national park to be established in Norway. As a result, the mountain roads grew in importance not only for the summer mountain farms, agriculture, and transport. They also opened up for a beautiful natural experience for tourists like you and me.

If you are continuing south on (boring) E6, at leasts make sure to stop at Ringebu Stave Church, Fåvang Church or Maihaugen at Lillehammer.


Other locations in this part of Norway:

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