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Trondheim

The Trampe Cyclocable

Trampe - Cyclocable. Trondheim is the first city in the world with a lift specifically designed for cyclists. The bicycle lift, developed in Trondhe...

Røros

Cycling in the World Heritage site of Røros

Right now you can book family-friendly cycling packages in the region around the old mining town of Røros. You can stay in one of the many hotels in to...

Surnadal

A unique two day bike-clinic

Saturday: Reception/acquaintance around 9.00 in the morning in Surnadal. While enjoying a welcome drink will be explained about the program/route, t...

Rindal

Discover Trollheimen

Trollheimen mountain area is known for its varied and dramatic scenery, with spectacular mountains. Most of the nature is protected as a landscape co...

Fyresdal

Sykkelrute Fossum -Folkestadbyen

Cycling route S1. Fossum –Folkestadbyen The tour starts that the Fossum Kurs- and Feriesenter in Hauggrend. Bike along main road 355 for about 2 km until you reach the old stone bridge of Leirfall and then take the first path to the left.

Oppdal

Bike & Gondola

Hire a mountain bike and explore Oppdal on your own. It's a lot to see and you will enjoy a day of fun and adventure!

Leka

Bike hire at Leka

Explore Leka by bike. Lekamøya Spiseri is located close to the ferry pier at Leka, and rent out male , female, children's bikes. The price includes helmet, pump, and basic tools.

Oppdal

Bike Rental

Rent a bike! Oppdal has great opportunities for biking whether you want a scenic family trip or a little more challenging mountain bike ride.

Sveio

Bike hire in Sveio

Bicycles for hire There are 3 mens' and 3 womens' touring bikes available for hire. The "Pro-shop" at Sveio Golf-park rents them out on behalf of the...

Follebu

Short guided trip in the forest – biking, fishing, hiking

Discover the fascinating forest, passing mysterious lakes and testing the brown trout. During 4 to 5 hours the guide present the forest in the area between Gausdal and Lillehammer.
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