Hardangervidda is Europe's largest mountain plateau of approximately 538 miles acres.
Excluding Svalbard, the inner part of Hardangervidda is Scandinavia's* and one of Europe's largest national parks of 201 mil acres.
Hardangervidda has many attractions. These five are a must:
Gaustatoppen reigns supreme over Rjukan with its summit 1883 metres above sea level. Inside the mountain, you will find Gaustabanen (cable car) that will easily and quickly carry you to the summit.
A high mountain ferry cruise on the Møsvatn lake to Hardangervidda, 919 metres above sea level.
Heddal Stave Church is Norway's largest stave church and a true masterpiece in wood.
Take the cable car Krossobanen to Gvepseborg and walk the stone-paved, family-friendly Solstien (The Sun Trail).
The shortest route from Rjukan to Hardangervidda.