In summer the weather is at its mildest and most stable, and you can choose from a multitude of adventures, cultural experiences and sightseeing.
Weather and climate in the summer
During summer, the sun sets at a late hour, and around midsummer a powder-blue dusk is as dark as it gets. It is not unusual to have warm, wind still days with temperatures up to 25ºC, when locals and visitors cool off with a dip in the fjord or lakes. However, weather changes occur constantly and are affected by destination and yearly fluctuations. High-altitude mountain reaches like the Hardangervidda plateau can still get snow in the summer, and there is a chance of wet, cool period in lowland regions as well, so do stay updated on the weather forecast when making your travel plans.