|Peak||Folarskardnuten, Hol, Viken|
|Elevation||1,933 m (6,342 ft)|
|Length||35 km (22 mi)|
|Location||Vestland and Viken, Norway|
Hallingskarvet is a mountain range in southern Norway stretching from Geilo to Finse in Vestland and Viken counties. The highest point is the 1,933-metre (6,342 ft) tall mountain Folarskardnuten in Hol Municipality in Viken county.
In the north, there is a large dammed lake called Strandavatnet. The Bergen Line railway, which runs south of Hallingskarvet, has its highest stop at Finse Station at an elevation of 1,222 metres (4,009 ft).
In 2006, the Hallingskarvet mountain range became part of the Hallingskarvet National Park.