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Tynnøl Backpackerslodge

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A resting place for weary travelers - with or without a backpack.
Open: 15 May - 1 October

A farm holiday with fishing, ideal for backpackers
Tynnøl Backpackers Lodge is a small lodge on a cattle farm in Lesja, high in Gudbrandsdalen valley. We offer simple and affordable accommodation in our ‘stabbur’ (a traditional raised wooden building, used historically for food storage). We can accommodate 12 guests in two rooms and also have a campsite. We offer free accommodation to those that can assist on the farm.

Fishing
Tynnøl is a great base for fishing trips on the river Lågen, which has white sandbanks, clear water and is easily accessible. Fishing permits are available to buy on the farm.

Farm visits
Tynnøl is a family farm and three generations of the family live there. We have dairy cows, calves, pigs, chickens and a cat. Why not visit us with your family, have some coffee and enjoy a guided tour. Please contact us in advance. Price 100 kr (children 50 kr).

Cycling
There are some great cycling routes from Tynnøl and we gladly hire bikes to our guests.

How to get to Tynnøl
Tynnøl is located 3km west of the centre of Lesja and 20km west of Dombås. There’s a train station in Lesja. Trains run from Oslo and Trondheim to Dombås, where you can take a train towards Åndalsnes and alight at Lesja station. Follow the main road west, about 3km, and you’ll see our sign "Tynnøl”. The “Nor-Way Express Bus” from Oslo or Ålesund / Molde (Day and night express) stops at Prestløkken , which is 300m from Tynnøl. Follow the signs to the farm.

Rates
Stabbur Dormitory (8 beds): 135kr pp per night.
Children under 16: 90kr pp per night.
Stabbur family room (4-5 beds): 500kr for first night (400kr for subsequent nights).
You can use your own sleeping bag or rent bed linen for 50kr per set.

Camping: 70kr pp per night

WELCOME TO TYNNØL!

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