The hike to Mt. Litlefjellet in Romsdal is short, but the view you get at the summit is great.
If you are in the Romsdal area during summer and autumn, we recommend you to hike up to Mt. Litlefjellet Ridge in the Vengedalen Valley in Isfjorden.
The Vengedalen Valley in Isfjorden
You start from the Vengedalen Valley, the same valley as where the Romsdalseggen Hike starts. Continue driving further up the valley, pass Lake Vengedalsvatnet and drive towards the base of Mt. Romsdalshorn. You now see the Litlefjellet Ridge on the right side, and you can also se the trail on the hillside.
The hike to Mt. Litlefjellet
The starting point and the trail is well marked, and parts of the trail are secured with chains. Mt. Litlefjellet is a wide ridge between Mt. Romsdalshorn and Mt. Blånebba. This is a short hike with a fantastic view over the Romsdal mountains like Trollveggen, Romsdalshorn, Vengetind and Blånebba. You also see down to the Romsdalen Valley and to Åndalsnes and the Romsdalsfjord.
The hike up to the ridge takes around 30 minutes, and is a great alternative to the Romsdalseggen Hike if you have children or if you are not an experienced hiker. Be aware that the ridge has steep downwards hillsides on both sides. If you bring children, always keep them in a safe distance from the steep edges on both sides of the mountain ridge.
Romsdal – Our Neighbourhood
Isfjorden and Åndalsnes in Romsdal are situated between Trollstigen, Trollveggen, the Raumabanen Railway, the Romsdalseggen Ridge and the Vengedalen Valley with Mt. Litlefjellet. Geiranger and the Geirangerfjord are well known places nearby. If you go westwards, you have the coast with the Atlantic Road, Ona Island with Ona Lighthouse, Bjørnsund and Midsundtrappene. Go North-East, and you will find the beautiful Eikesdal and the Mardalsfossen Waterfall, Aursjøvegen Mountainroad, and Litjdalen Valley. The cities of Ålesund, Molde and Kristiansund are nearby. Read more about Romsdal – Our neighbourhood…
The Romsdalseggen Hike
Romsdalseggen in Romsdal has in short time become one of the most popular hikes in Norway. The hike starts in the Vengedalen Valley in Isfjorden and ends in the city center of Åndalsnes. The prize is a fantastic view over the Romsdalen Valley and the Romsdalsfjord. From Romsdalseggen you can actually see all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.
In the high season, you can join a bus from Åndalsnes to the Vengedalen Valley which is the starting point of the Romsdalseggen Hike. Then there are several bus departures each day. Book bus-tickets online or at the Tourist Information at Åndalsnes. Read more about the Romsdalseggen Hike here…
Winter – Skiing to Mt. Blånebba at Romsdalseggen
Mt. Blånebba (1321 mas) is a short detour with great view when hiking Romsdalseggen. Blånebba is also a popular mountain for skiing. You start this ski-tour from the parking at Vengedalssetra, same starting point as the Romsdalseggen Hike.
Follow the same route as the Romsdalseggen Hike to the mountain ridge, where you have a great view down to the Romsdalen Valley and the surrounding mountains. Instead of skiing westwards along Romsdalseggen, you ski uphill towards Mt. Blånebba which is the opposite way. The last 100 meters can be demanding depending on the snow conditions, take care. We recommend to ski down the same route as described when skiing upwards.
Isfjorden is surrounded by great skiing-mountains, and all the mountains have fjord view. We also recommend skiing to Mt. Kirketaket, Kjøvskardtind, Skarven and Galtåtind. In Isfjorden and Romsdal, Guided Tours are recommended.
Tourist Information Åndalsnes and Romsdal
The Romsdalseggen Hike
Online Booking Romsdalseggen Bus
Activities and attractions in Romsdalen
Safety in the Norwegian Mountains
Trollstigen Mountain Road
Romsdalsstigen Via Ferrata
Fjord Tours: Norway in a Nutshell
Fjord Tours: Plan and book fjord travel, accommodation and activities
Go Fjords: Big and Small Fjord Experiences
Fjord Pass: Great Discounts on Activities and Attractions in the Fjords
Visit Norway: Official page for Norway
Fjord Norway: Official page for Fjord Norway