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Rumbling waterfalls with salmon leaping, outstanding natural beauty and close to town. Kjærra in Lardal is a peaceful place to stay and a wonderful pla...
Gallery Nutheim was opened in 1978. The Gallery exhibits art by local artists. Nutheim Guest House accommodates bus groups and other groups for meals and a look through the art gallery.
In Bjørgefjell you can choose from a number of different footpaths through the cultural landscape. The lower part of the route is graded easy to medium, while the final ascent to the top of Mount Bjørgefjell is steeper and more challenging. There are numerous idyllic spots along the way where you can stop, rest and enjoy the panoramic views of Lake Seljordsvatnet.
This footpath takes you along the eastern side of lake Berse. If you are lucky you will spot a beaver!
The forest track at the museum is a 2,5 km long marked path with 18 stops with information in Norwegian and German about different aspects of forestry.
The rural settlement of Tveide consists of several scenic farms, the local museum being one of them.
Hardangervidda is the largest national park in Norway, and the scenery is varied with steep mountainsides and spectacular views.
The mountain road over Gaustatoppen between Rjukan and Tuddal is a spectacular scenic experience.
Rikulv lived in the Middle Ages and was outlawed after killing one of the wealthy farmers in a dispute over fishingrights in Lake Mårvatn.
The Rjukan Waterfall is unfortunately much less impressive than it used to be as most of the water has now been diverted into pipes running to the Vemork power station.