Hardangervidda National Park
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Hardangervidda National Park

At 3,422 square kilometers (1,321 square miles), Hardangervidda is Norway’s largest national park and spans the vast Hardanger mountain plateau. Designated a national park in 1981, the region is home to hundreds of Stone Age settlements, and numerous species of arctic animals including the arctic fox, the snowy owl, the lynx and the largest population of wild reindeer in the world. The landscape within the park is largely made up of treeless moorland dotted with myriad lakes, rivers, streams and soaring peaks.

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