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Lesja Parachute Club is one of Norway’s largest clubs when measuring the fun you can have. The club has 174 members and does 2222 parachute jumps a year.
Restored sawmill, where you can gain insight into nearly 300 years old history. Amongst other things, you will find an old gate saw dating from 1712, a...
We offer comfortable accommodation for up to 15 guests in an old timber house on the farm.
This is our early season trail with artificial snow and lighting on the track. As soon as temperatures fall below 0, snow producti- on will start and t...
This easy, slightly undulating trail, which starts and ends at the Bjorli railway station, takes you through some idyllic forestland towards Brøstdale...
Starting point for a circular trail for mountain skiing. Well mar- ked trails but not regularly groomed because of the frequent prevailing winds....
This route starts from Bjorli station or Trollhaugen Skiarena. As soon as the snow arrives, this ski trail will be groo- med....
This circular trail runs just below the timberline on the sunny side of the valley between Bjorli and Lesjaskog. Although somewhat steep the first 3.5...
This popular loop through the forest is the easiest trail to ski. It crosses mostly flat woodland terrain. This trail, which starts and ends at the Bjo...
This loop, which is floodlit in the evenings, runs parallel to the local road starting from the Lesjaskog school. Wonderful ski play area near the tra...