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Established in 1888. Award-winning main building from 2002. Panoramic views of the Skagastøls-mountains. Backcountryskiing, climbing & hiking. Conference and meeting facilities. Turtagrø sleeps a total of 114. Guided tours. Open: Easter till Oct.

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Turtagrø Hotel Restaurant

Turtagrø Hotel Restaurant

Established in 1888. Award-winning main building from 2002. Panoramic views of the Skagastøls-mountains. Backcountryskiing, climbing & hiking....

Turtagrø Hotel Restaurant

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