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Mjøspromenaden is a beautiful and enjoyable path for walking and bicycling alongside Lake Mjøsa – the promenade stretches northward and southward from...
We will meet all your transport needs during your stay in Gjøvik.
Special prices on return journeys from Gardermoen airport/Oslo by small taxi or ma...
At Annexstad your farming hosts welcome you to their farm to enjoy their hospitality. Life on the busy, charming farm is deeply rooted in our local tra...
Mjøsa has rich fish stocks; there are 20 species in total. The most famous and most coveted by anglers is the large Mjøsa trout, which can grow as big as 15 kilos. In early summer, trolling for big trout is extremely popular. Mjøsa’s most impressive feature is its rich stocks of top quality fish.
Fish species in Einafjorden: - Perch - Pike - Whitefish - Trout (300 young Trouts stocked in the lake every year) - Char. Fishing permitted from December 1 to September 15.
The river Hunnselva is the second-biggest tributary to lake Mjøsa, and the precipitation field covers the area from Lygna in the south to Gjøvik and Va...
Randsfjorden is Norway’s fourth-biggest lake and the second-largest in the county of Oppland. In the north, the rivers Dokka and Etna flow into Randsfjorden. The Dokka river delta is a protected wetland area for waders and migrating birds.
The Lenaelva river flows from Totenåsen into lake Mjøsa in Østre Toten. Trout and grayling are the most numerous species and from Landheim, Lenaelva is a pure trout river. Grayling fishing in the river is good, both spring and summertime.
Newly built cabin, approximately 10 km north of Gjøvik and just a few metres from the shores of Mjøsa.
Accessable by car, but still in quiet...
Restauranten Viken II is situated in Evjua Strandpark, in the middle of beautiful Totenvika. The restaurant is built in the style of a traditional Mjøsa boat and located near the shore with spectacular views of Helgøya, Hamar and Stange.