Jotunheimen, the most ruggest mountain range in mainland Norway, borders in the east with Sjodalen and Valdresflye, in the south with Skarvheimen, and in the west and north with Sognefjellet and Bøverdalen. With its cluster of jagged mountain ridges, towering peaks, glaciers and high plateaus, Jotunheimen is one of Norway’s most popular trekking destinations for hikers and skiers alike.
All Norwegian peaks higher than 2300 masl are located in Jotunheimen, with Galdhøpiggen 2469 masl., Glittertinden 2452 masl. and Store Skagastølstind 2405 masl. as the three highest.