- By Train:
- From Oslo Airport Gardermoen, you can take a train to the town of Otta, which is the gateway to Rondane National Park. The train journey takes approximately 2.5 to 3 hours.
- From Otta, you can either take a bus or arrange for a taxi to reach the park entrance or your accommodation within the park. The bus journey takes around 30-45 minutes.
- By Car:
- If you prefer driving, you can rent a car from Oslo or other major cities and drive to Rondane National Park. The park is located approximately 250 kilometers (155 miles) north of Oslo, and the drive takes around 3-4 hours.
- The E6 highway is the main route connecting Oslo and the park. From Otta, you can follow signs for the park entrance or your specific destination within the park.
During winter, some roads in the park may be closed or have limited access due to snowfall. It’s advisable to check the weather and road conditions before planning your trip.
Once you arrive at Rondane National Park, there are parking areas available near the park entrance and various trailheads for hikers. If you’re staying overnight, you can find accommodations within the park, including mountain lodges, cabins, and campsites.