With 30 bedrooms spread across the lodge and its three cottages, hosting up to 60 people in total, the Norwegian lodge is currently run by mother and son – the third and fourth generations at Høvringen. It is to date one of the oldest mountain lodges in Rondane, located 1,000 metres above sea level and in close proximity to the first national park in Norway: Rondane National Park. The interiors boast a range of old antiques, which have been passed down through generations and help create a pleasant atmosphere. “There are no ski lifts and resorts here in Høvringen,” says Tormod Olstad, who runs the lodge with his mother