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Vågå

Wolf's ditch

This cultural trail has it`s name from the well preserved wolf pit at the farm Aabakken. The path passes the pit. The pit, locally also called a grave...

Vågå

Tolstadkvennberget - Vågå

Situated in Lalm is Tolstadkvennberget, a preserved industrial site dating back many hundreds of years. Here we can find partly-shaped millstones, la...

Vågå

Vågå church

In Vågåmo. In the centre of the village you find an old , brown church, beautiful and impressive, with the history of many centuries in its walls,. The...

Ål

Trettestølane and Nystølane Ål in Hallingdal

Trettestølane and Nystølane belongs together as one mountain farm, and has done so as long as people can remember. The first summer farm was probably b...

Ål

Hunting installation and pitfall Ål in Hallingdal

The hunting installation is a brick-built shooting position which was used as a hiding place for hunters with arrow and bow, hunting for the big game....

Tysnes

Ferdslevegen in Uggdaldalen

Cultural environment with traces of old roads, burial mounds and ruins. The prehistoric road is several places stone set. Can be one of the oldest kno...

Haltdalen

Haltdalen new stave church (millennium site)

The church is built to the same dimensions and in the same architectural style as the original from ca. 1170 that is now housed in Trøndelag Folkemuseu...

Steinkjer

Bølareinen Nature Park

Bølareinen is one of the most famous rock carvings in Norway. It is part of a larger carving, where in addition to Bølareinen, you will see a bear, a...

Tranby

Tranby kirke

It is likely that Tranby had its own church quite early after the introduction of Christianity. In the 13th this century is replaced by a stone church...

Bøstad

Row the Viking Ship at Lofotr Viking Museum!

A rowing trip with the ship is a unique experience, where you have to learn how to keep the time to get forward. Maybe the chieftain himself stands by the rudder...?
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