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Seasons at Spiterstulen is as variable as the seasons.

We start in March with the winter and camp, where some of the emphasis naturally enough, skis. It is open to other tourists as we have camp and it is considered low season. In between we celebrate Easter with tours and events each day, a great social and festive. After Easter arranged Galdhøpiggen Rennet, which is a mountain telemarking races.

We take a short break in May while we wait for the snow to melt completed and the road to dry up. Circa 20th of May, we again started and camp around until school ends.

Now it’s getting more and more hikers of all nationalities and summer begins in earnest. The highlight of the summer is enough Olsok and associated celebrations and bonfires.

When school starts up again, we welcome students of the Varden Mountain School and is about to expire in October, just mixed with some events on weekends. It happens to us are lucky enough to organize a wedding or other special occasions and we greatly appreciate.


Haute route

The Jotunheimen Haute Route or “Høgruta”, as it’s called, is a 5 to 6 day trip in the heart of Jotunheimen.



Spiterstulen has long traditions of Easter celebration. We have a variety of offers for children, youths and adults.


Galdhøpiggen randonee

Starting from Spiterstulen. With many local guides, there is a varied hiking program Friday to Sunday - and Afterski afterwards.


Summer in the mountain

The landscape between Norway's highest peaks invites you to short walks as well as challenging climbs and long hikes.



One can reach about 17 of the highest summits in Norway during a day hike from here, and most of us will try them this week.


St. Olaf

Summer party highlighted at Olsok (29th of July) when summer is at full flower. An intimate and pleasant evening. We gather for dinner and set a huge campfire.

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