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Hol

Geilo cultural church

Geilo Kulturkyrkje is the place for art and culture. An inspiring place with reflection of traditions and heritage. A place that provides an impuls of...

Eidfjord

Hardangervidda Mountain Plateu

Hardangervidda is Northern Europe's largest mountain plateau and Norway's largest national park. Eidfjord, Ullensvang and Odda are the main gateways to...

DAGALI

Dagali Fjellpark

Dagalifjell Park provides a comprehensive solution for groups like business trips, bachelor parties and school tours. They offer a wide choice of exc...
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Hol

Hovet Church

Hovet church was consecrated 18th of October 1910 and it is a white wooden church. The church porch was enlarged in 1994. To the right of the main ent...

Geilo

Dagali Church

Dagali church was consecrated the 4th of August 1850. It is built in wood and has the capacity of around 200 people. In 1932 the church got an altar....

Geilo

The Ustedalsfjord

Around the lake Ustedalsfjorden you can walk a 12 kilometres path and experience cultural monument...

Eidfjord

Kjeåsen Mountain Farm

The now famous mountain farm lies like an eagle's nest on a mountain ledge 600 m. above the Simadalsfjord. Drive up to the farm every hour, down every...

Eidfjord

Sima Power Plant

One of the largest hydroelectric power stations in Europe. The main hall is located 700 metres inside the mountain. It is 200 m long, 20 m wide and mea...

Øvre Eidfjord

Måbødalen Agricultural Countryside Museum

Experience a scenery with dramatic contrasts; high mountains and waterfalls. Road-building traditions from the 16th. century up to the present. 21 info...

Vøringsfoss

Vøringsfossen - Måbødalen

Enjoy the view of one of the most impressive waterfalls in Norway that pours out from the Hardangervidda mountain plateau and curbs itself down the narrow and wild Måbødalen valley.
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