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Torch rides

Torch rides Photo: Nordseter Fjellstue og Hytter
Torch rides Photo: Nordseter Fjellstue og Hytter
Torch ride in the eveing.

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Nordseter Fjellstue arranges torch rides for skis, twice a week throughout the winter season. Experience the mountains in a very different and exotic way! The snow is glittering in the moonlight and the torches light up the magical landscape. We lend out snowshoes in case you do not want to ski. The torch ride can be reserved at the reception at Nordseter Fjellstue.

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From Oslo, follow the E6 north (signs towards Trondheim). Continue past Hamar, Brumunddal and Moelv and cross the Møsbrua Bridge. You will then see Lillehammer on the other side of the lake. Follow the signs for Lillehammer, turn right and go straight ahead at the roundabout. The shopping centre "Strandtorget" will be on your right hand side. Follow the road through the tunnel. Turn left at the traffic lights, and as you drive through the tunnel you will see signs for Nordseter. Go through another tunnel, and at the second traffic lights, turn right (the post office will be on your left). Go straight ahead, and you will see the Olympic arenas on your right. Continue for another 15 - 20 minutes, and you will you will arrive at Nordseter. Nordseter Fjellstue is located almost at the top of the road, on the left hand side. Welcome!

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Torch rides

Nordseter Fjellstue arranges torch rides for skis, twice a week throughout the winter season. Experience the mountains in a very different and exotic...

Torch rides

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