A hytte is an isolated place in the woods for which Norwegians are willing to spend a lot of their savings.
The more isolated, the better.
If you need to spend some hours digging your hytte out of the snow during the winter
It makes it even more enjoyable, or "koselig", to be inside!
When they have a hytte, Norwegian spend their vacations maintaining it.
Owning a hytte is a Norwegian dream.
This is one of the 100 Unwritten Norwegian Social Laws presented in our new book "The 100 Unwritten Norwegian Social Laws"
Read more about our amazing Norwegian friends in our other Guidebooks to Norway written by Julien S. Bourrelle and Sean Percival.