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Håradalen is situated north-west of Røldal. Røldal is a traffic junction on E 134, between Haukelifjell in the east and Seljestadjuvet in the north-west, RV 520 over Ekkjeskaret to Sauda and RV 13 to Suldal.

In ancient times pilgrims came to Røldal because of the crucifix in the stave church which had a healing effect. Today, people come to Røldal and Håradalen to experience "The deepest snow in Europe"!

Our appartments and cabins are situated just below Røldal Ski centre. After a day in the slopes, you can ski-in to your cabin or appartement!

In the summertime you can enjoy beautiful hiking- or biking terrain. Bring along your fishing rod, and pick berries if you are staying in August / September!

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Håradalen is situated north-west of Røldal. Røldal is a traffic junction on E 134, between Haukelifjell in the east and Seljestadjuvet in the north-we...

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