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Attractions & Culture in Jotunheimen Mountains
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Galdhøpiggen is the highest mountain in Norway, 2.469 m.a.s.l. It is also one of the most visited peaks in the country, apart from some hills in more...
“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...
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...
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...
The Eidefoss electricity company, Vågå local council and Glommen & Laagen Landowners association set up a flood-water depth marker alongside the...
The Norwegian Mountain Museum is a natural stop for anyone with an interest in or feeling for the Norwegian mountains. The museum displays the interaction between people and the mountain landscape from the retreat of the ice age until the present day.
Welcome to our herb garden, which contains 200 different herbs. You can wander around at any time with a handbook of the most important species....
Lomskyrkja – the church in Lom - is one of the biggest and most beautiful stave churches in our country. The impressive church dates back to 1158-59,...
Across the roof of Norway. Between Lom and Gaupne, in majestic surroundings, past blue ice, jagged peaks and emerald lakes, the Sognefjell Road runs up to 1434 metres above sea level.
Past stone walls and guard stones. Between Grotli and Videseter, the road twists at one with nature through the Strynefjell pass, just as it did in the beginning of the last century. The narrow road includes a bit of Norwegian road-building history, with gravel and guard stones.
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