About Oslo, Vinje, Trysil, Ringerike, Hemsedal, Kongsberg, Hol, Krødsherad, Øyer, Oppdal
Hemsedal is a small mountain village known for some of Norway's best skiing and fly fishing.
There are several tourist information offices in the Fjell & Fjord region.
The capital of Norway is also its largest city. Oslo has over 600,000 inhabitants and covers 454 square kilometers, 242 of which are forests.
Oslo Tourist Information can help with accommodation, the Oslo Pass, currency exchange and tickets for public transport, sightseeing and fjord tours.
The Trysil Tourist Office is located in Trysil center, and the Welcome centers are in the mountains. Both provide information.
Ringerike Reiseliv is you local assistant, and the office is open all year, every day.
The tourist information office is located in the centre of Geilo, and provides all the information you need to make the most of your stay in the area.
Geilo has 2,500 inhabitants. The village centre is located 798 metres above sea level.
Hemsedal Tourist Information Office is located in the center of Hemsedal.
The Gudbandsdalen area consists of a main valley, with the smaller valleys of Gausdal, Espedalen, Vinstradalen, Heidal and Ottadalen.
The village of Rauland is located at 700 to 1,100 metres above sea level and has approximately 1,000 inhabitants.
Rauland Tourist Office provides information and booking of activities, arrangements and accommodation in the regions of Rauland, Vinje and Haukeli.
The Lillehammer Region, situated around two hours north of Oslo, offer everything from urban areas to valleys and mountain plateaus.
Tourist offices are open all year round, and provide tips and information on Lillehammer and Gudbrandsdalen.
Ringerike and its main town Hønefoss are nice goals for a day trip from Oslo. Hadeland Glassworks is the biggest attraction in the area.
Visit a tourist information office to help plan your holiday in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley.