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The Hallingdal track Photo: Ål Utvikling AS The Hallingdal track Photo: Ål Utvikling AS The Hallingdal track Photo: Ål Utvikling AS The Hallingdal track Photo: Hallingdal Reiseliv
The Hallingdal track Photo: Ål Utvikling AS
The Hallingdal track Photo: Ål Utvikling AS
The Hallingdal track Photo: Ål Utvikling AS
The Hallingdal track Photo: Hallingdal Reiseliv

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Spend a week skiing across the Hallingdal mountains, or take a day trip - the choice is yours! The Hallingdal route, formerly know as the Adventure route, goes past all the popular cross-country ski areas in Hallingdal. If you are planning a trip over several days, there are many accommodation options.

The Hallingdal route follows both the north- and south side of the valley. See detailed information about the two routes at the bottom of the page.

Most parts of the trails on the Hallingdal Route are being groomed every weekend, during winter holidays and Easter from weekd 8 until after Easter. The amount of snow, weather and wind will always be desisive for the trail preparation. 

Organized trips
If you wish to be a part of an organized group with guide through the Hallingdal trail north or south, contact Fjellferie AS in Gol, phone. +47 32 07 60 33. The guide will make sure everything are within saftey regulations and you will stay at comfortable hotels during the trip. The luggage will be driven from one hotel to the next , which means you only carry "the needs of the day". www.fjellferie.no

The southern Hallingdal route
The Hallingdal route follows the northern and southern boundaries of the Hallingdal valley. The southern route runs from Ustaoset via Kikut, Sangefjell, Veståsen and Nes to Norefjell, a total of 144 km. The route is also accessible from Ål via Veståsen.

The northern Hallingdal route
The 77 km long northern route starts at Myrland and carries on to Bergsjø, Tormodset and Gaurhovd and ends at Gol ski centre.

Fjellferie AS has an organized variant of the Hallingdal Trail North, starting from Golsfjellet via Hemsedal to Reine in Bergsjøområdet. Then further on to Myrland and ending this amazing trip along Hallingskarvet from Myrland to Havsdalen in Geilo.

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2/21/2014 - 4/20/2014
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The Hallingdal track

Spend a week skiing across the Hallingdal mountains, or take a day trip - the choice is yours! The Hallingdal route, formerly know as the Adventure...

The Hallingdal track

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Where to stay in Ål

Stay in a hotel up in the mountains or in a hotel in the centre of Ål, or go camping next to Hallingdalselva River.

Getting to Ål

Ål’s location halfway between Oslo and Bergen makes it an ideal base for visiting the fjords of Western Norway.

Where to stay in Flå

In Flå you will find camp sites and cottages in different sizes and standards.

Tourist information in Ål

Ål Tourist Information is located in Ål Culture Center.

Key facts about Flå

Flå is a municipality in the county of Buskerud. The municipality lies in the most southeasterly part of the Hallingdal Valley.

Hemsedal

Hemsedal is a small mountain village known for some of Norway's best skiing and fly fishing.
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