Trekking to the top of Stuttgongkampen allows you to experience a diverse landscape. The trail takes you past Stuttgongfossen Waterfall, through the pine and birch forests of Stuttgonglia Nature Reserve, before leading you up through rocky terrain. Upon reaching the top, you’ll have a stunning view over the high peaks of Jotunheimen National Park, as well as the gentle slopes of the Sjodal Valley.
Hindsæter Hotel offers both hotel and cabin accommodation and serves local food.
- Shops and restaurants are available in Beitostølen (49,5 kilometers south) and Lom (59 kilometers northwest).
Note: The route between Beitostølen and Leirvassbu (Lom) only operates in summer, between late June through August. Use Norway bus express’ travel planner to organize your trip.
From Oslo, head north on Road E16 towards Bergen for 185 kilometers. When you reach Fagernes, follow the signs to Road 51, towards Vågå/Beitostølen.
Note: Parts of Road 51 (between Garli and Maurvangen) is closed during winter and typically open from April to December.
From Vågå or Sjoa, the road intersects at Randsverk and follows Sjoa River. Park at Hindsæter Hotel, located on the left.