Reinheimen National Park
Park Overview
Reinheimen National Park is the 3rd largest national park in the country. Six landscaped areas in Møre and Romsdal and Oppland border the national park. One of the great experience qualities in Reinheimen is the large continuous mountain area without intervention. There is little traffic in the area, with only a few marked trails. Reinheimen is a wilderness with an unusually wide range of variations. From the more dramatic coastal mountains in the west with peaks, deep valleys, glaciers and lush bottoms, the landscape continued eastward with gently sloping mountainsides, lakes, plains and flyers. Farthest in the east meets the wide valleys of the mountains and the foothills towards the valley front on the eastern land. The western Norwegian bedrock area with gneiss rocks can be crossed over the entire area. In the west, the bedrock is more varied. At the farthest point of the east, it passes into younger calcareous rocks that form the most fertile area in Reinheimen. Reinheimen has been used by humans as a whole since the ice sheet reached eighteenth after the last ice age. On Holmar and Nes, which protrude into the large mountain lakes, flint remains are found after the first nomadans who lived by the wild reindeer. At strategic points where the reindeer pass, the catch pits lie in a row, often in systems of several tens. Wild reindeer is still an important resource for the mountain villages around the national park and wild reindeer hunting is being conducted in the area today. The address of the National Park Board's website is: http://www.nasjonalparkstyre.no/Reinheimen/ finest flintstars after the first nomadans who lived by the wild reindeer. At strategic points where the reindeer pass, the catch pits lie in a row, often in systems of several tens. Wild reindeer is still an important resource for the mountain villages around the national park and wild reindeer hunting is being conducted in the area today. The address of the National Park Board's website is: http://www.nasjonalparkstyre.no/Reinheimen/ finest flintstars after the first nomadans who lived by the wild reindeer. At strategic points where the reindeer pass, the catch pits lie in a row, often in systems of several tens. Wild reindeer is still an important resource for the mountain villages around the national park and wild reindeer hunting is being conducted in the area today.
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