The road to Glitterheim, Norway


Glitterheim is the name of a trekking cabin in the end of the valley of Veodalen and was built in 1901, and it’s owned by The Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT). The cabin is located at the foot of Norway’s second tallest mountain, Glittertind.

Because of the ongoing pandemic, we were not allowed to enter the area close to the cabin as we haven’t booked a visit in before hand. Anyway, the view along the way was amazing, enjoy.

In the end, I have to mention that the actual road up to the cabin was a complete nightmare. The road is a toll road, so a certain level of standard was expected, but this road was very uneven and bumpy with about half of the stretch being completely covered with washboarding, with some relatively big stones laying around on the surface.

Thanks for visiting!

 

 

 

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