Forollhogna consists of alpine areas with peaks and valleys with gentle slopes - sometimes referred to as "the gentle mountains". These beautiful surroundings are Scandinavia's northernmost intact, year-round habitat for wild reindeer, a large and majestic creature.
You will also find a cultural landscape, still maintained by a living cultural heritage, and lush valleys with a special flora and interesting geology. The mountain farms of the area are in use throughout the summer, and here goats and sheep, cows and horses find good pasture.
In Forollhogna there are many exciting animals, plants and cultural heritage. If you know little about the area before heading out on in the wild, you can get a greater benefit from the trip. On this pages you have the opportunity to learn a little about what's in the national park and surrounding area.
Go to the various topics in the left menu to learn more about birds, animals, various artefacts, which peaks are in the national park and much more.