The Drotten petroglyphs are a collection of rock carvings from the Stone Age in Fåberg, Lillehammer municipality, Norway. The carvings represent seven moose, the largest approximately 45 cm long, and a number of indeterminate lines.
They are carved into a rock that juts out into Lågen, on the west side of the river, approximately five kilometres below Hunderfossen. Possibly there has been a moose migration route across the river right here.
Access to the site is possible via a farm road and marked path from Hunderfossveien.