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From 1750 to 1949 three farms used the Gutuliaseter for their mountain pasture. The vegetation has barely changed for the past centuries. In the national park there are 13 restored mountain houses, one of which “Ostehuset” (the cheese house) is open for guests. (Summer only)

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7/10/2011 - 8/13/2011
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Gutulia Seter

Gutulia Seter

From 1750 to 1949 three farms used the Gutuliaseter for their mountain pasture. The vegetation has barely changed for the past centuries. In the...

Gutulia Seter

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