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Catch ditches inVågå

Catch ditches in Vågå. The first hunters in the area, belonging to the original catching culture, have left lots of traces of their ancient civilizatio...



From the mountain Blåhø 1617 metres above sea level you have a great view to the whole Nasjonalparkriket. Toll road to the top. Follow road signs from Vågåmo.


The Jutul Gate - Vågå

“The Jutul gate” is a rock formation by the side of road 454, next to Jutulheimen village museum. The rock face is shaped like a gateway, and legend te...


Rock carvings in Vågå

In the hamlet of Nordherad in Vågå there have been found stones at many places, with small, dugout holes in them. You find these stones at the farms Ry...


The Knight's Leap

This gorge, where the river Sjoa gushes round whirlspools and rapids, is well known in legend. The name “Ridderspranget” means “Knight’s leap”, and is...


Flood prevention

The Eidefoss electricity company, Vågå local council and Glommen & Laagen Landowners association set up a flood-water depth marker alongside the picnic...


The Bergsetbreen Glacier, Jostedal/ Luster

The spectacular Bergset glacier, only an hour's easy walk from the road, is one of the most beautiful and impressing glacier arms. To the west of the...


Austerdalsbreen Glacier, Veitastrond/ Luster

"The finest ice scenery in Europe", said the English mountaineer W.C. Slingsby about Austerdalsbreen and the three ice falls called Loke, Odin and Tor....


Dale Stone Church

In the village of Luster there is a distinctive stone church built around 1200. The architecture is Gothic and the church contains frescoes dating from the 15th century. Open to visitors.


Mímisbrunnr Klimapark 2469

Join us 70 metres under the ice – 6000 years back in time. Learn about climate development and a history of hunting spanning thousands of years. Explore the ice together with your family, and enjoy a real experience of the past.
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