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Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra

Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra Photo: Esben Haakenstad - Skeikampen Resort Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra Photo: Esben Haakenstad - Skeikampen Resort Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra Photo: Esben Haakenstad - Skeikampen Resort
Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra Photo: Esben Haakenstad - Skeikampen Resort
Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra Photo: Esben Haakenstad - Skeikampen Resort
Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra Photo: Esben Haakenstad - Skeikampen Resort

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Expert route at the top of Skeikampen. It`s a steep climb up, or you can start the easy way and take the chair lift to the top. From here you will find an excellent single track with a wonderful view. Here you can see into the national parks ofJotunheimen and Rondane. The route is technically and made for proficient and expert mountain bikers. Goes all the way north of Skeikampen at nice and difficult singeltracks end at the Peer Gynt road 9 km north of Skeikampen

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    • bicycle tours
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Directions from the south: To Skeikampen: Take the E6 north to Lillehammer and then continue on the E6 past Lillehammer. Turn off to Gausdal (road 255). Toll road. Follow the road through Segalstad Bru towards Svingvoll. Take the road to the left at Svingvoll (Skeisvegen). Follow this road for about 10 km to reach Skeikampen. Do not turn off too early! Continue until on your right you see a turning and a sign for Skeikampen Alpinsenter. Directions from the north: To Skeikampen: Follow the E6 south to Tretten. Turn off at Tretten towards Gausdal and Skei (road 254). After 8 km you will come to Svingvoll. Turn off to the right towards Skei (Skeisvegen). Follow this road for about 10 km to reach Skeikampen. Do not turn off too early! Continue until on your right you see a turning and a sign for Skeikampen Alpinsenter.
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Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra - Photo: Esben Haakenstad - Skeikampen Resort

Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra

Expert route at the top of Skeikampen. It`s a steep climb up, or you can start the easy way and take the chair lift to the top. From here you will...

Biketrail - Skeikampen-Skardbua-Dørdalssætra

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