Mountain peaks hiking holiday in Norway

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Responsible tourism: Mountain peaks hiking holiday in Norway

Environment

By rambling, you will be a part of the nature in a way, and you donít destroy anything as long as you never throw away rubbish in the outdoors. Walking/rambling doesnít make any sort of pollution itself. Always leave the environment as you would like to find it yourself! The food that you are served in the hotels is normally local produced / local cuisine and some of the hotels serve organic food.

The law on the management of nature's diversity (from 1st of July 2009) (Naturmangfoldloven) has been very important to keep the nature in Norway and also the international perspective to protect the nature and the environment. Different arts in the nature that disappears will disappear forever. Therefore, Norway has a demanding and ambitious goal of halting the loss of biodiversity. This is a new law that will be helpful and taking care of the wildlife and the national parks as well.

The Norwegian law allows you to walk wherever you want, as long as nothing else is announced. This gives numerous possibilities for exciting excursions! Private ground and cultivated land however, should not be trafficked. The nature must not be damaged! There might be stricter access to protected areas. Stick to paths and roads when you walk in agricultural and populated areas. Show respect for people and animals. Open fire is forbidden between the 15th of April until the 15th of September. Itís not allowed to smoke inside at our office, and all public places, public offices, bars and restaurants, and all kind of workplaces. In this mountain area will you find a lot of clean and fresh air.

Journeys further afield may utilise public transport and the local economy benefits from our groups purchasing supplies. We use green transport on all our trips. You stay at traditional rambling resorts. The Rondane passes through relatively level terrain, offering a magnificent view of Rondane National Park / mountain ranges. You stay at traditional rambling resorts. Beito and Beitostolen is located at the entrance of the National Park Jotunheimen and makes it particularly well suited as a starting point for pleasant walks as well as more demanding mountain and summits.

- Nature must not be damaged!
- Always bring back your litter, never throw rubbish outdoors
- There might be stricter access to protected areas
- Show respect for people and animals
- Open fire is forbidden between the 15th of April until the 15th of September
- Itís not permitted to smoke inside our office, and all public places, bars & restaurants, and all workplaces

Community

You will meet the family as the local tour guide, the staff at the Guesthouse, they always make the meals from local food and they bring you till and from the trips with their own minibus. All the money generated will stay within the local area, and provide local employment. You will get to know local specialities of food.

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