Located on the peak of Fannaråken at an elevation of 2068 m, Fannaråkhytta is Norway's highest tourist lodge. Few peaks can compete with the view from Fannaråken, which includes the Hurrungane string of peaks and the Smørstab and Jostedal glaciers. Sunrise with Jotunheim peaks around the points of the compass is an unforgettable scene, an outdoor experience for life.
You can hike to Fanaråkhytta from Skogadalsbøen (5 hours), Sognefjellhytta, Krossbu or Turtagrø (6 hours).
From Krossbu or Sognefjellshytta, you can join a guided roped party that leaves the edge of the glacier at 13:00 every day and goes over the glacier up to the lodge. Allow about three hours to the edge of the glacier and about two hours over it. Book a place in the roped party at the lodge where you stay the previous night within 09:00 pm or by telephone to the Fannaråkhytta warden.
By car to Krossbu or Sognefjellshytta on National Road 55 in Leirdalen. By bus (Møre-ekspressen) or by Dovre Line train to Otta from Oslo or the Gardermoen gateway airport, then by Fjord1 Sogn bus southwest from Otta to Krossbu or Sognefjellshytta.
Buses: en-tur and Kringom and Tindevegen.
Hosts: Ina Charlotte Moe
Phone: +47 48 15 22 44
Phone: +47 48 09 59 45
Summer season 2021 - booking in advance
Be aware of that you now have to book your bed in advance. Fannaråkhytta is very popular and we do have a limit of 30 accommodations each night. If you arrive without having booked in advance, it may be necessary to walk down the same day.