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Spiterstulen Tourist Lodge

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Spiterstulen Tourist Lodge

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  • Pool - indoor

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Description

Spiterstulen is situated by the tree-line at 3600 feet above sea level, in a pleasant and lush mountain valley. Rich flora. Spiterstulen was originally the “seter” (mountain dairy)
Belonging to the family farm of Sulheim, and was first developed for guests in 1836. A wide range of guest rooms is on offer, from small single rooms and family rooms with en-suite to a youth section with bunk beds and group washroom. Sleeps about 200 in all. Pitches available for tents. Dining room, lounge, cafeteria, conference room, swimming pool and sauna. Guilding for mountains and glaciers.

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Transportation


Take road 55 vestwords towords Sogndal to Røisheim (15 km). Turn left on private toolroad signed Visdalen / Spiterstulen (18 km).

Facility overview

  • Pool - indoor
  • General facilities

    • parking
    • kiosk
    • Café/Cafeteria
    • pool - indoor
    • reception
    • family friendly
    • toilet
    • recreation room
    • fireplace - in lobby
  • Season

    • open in the season
  • Credit cards

    • American Express
    • Diners Club
    • Eurocard
    • Visa
    • MasterCard
  • Activities

    • guided trips
    • mountain hiking
    • hiking
    • nature trails
    • glacier hiking
    • outdoor pursuits centre
  • Nature and terrain

    • cross-country skiing area
    • hiking area
    • mountain
    • mountainous terrain
    • borders on a national park
    • high mountain plateau
    • national park
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Spiterstulen is situated by the tree-line at 3600 feet above sea level, in a pleasant and lush mountain valley. Rich flora. Spiterstulen was...

Spiterstulen Tourist Lodge

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