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Gol

Open air week in Gol

Every day from 10.30 to about 16.00 you can take part in an exciting program that includes climbing the lavvo, fun and games, cycling, horseback riding...

Beitostølen

Beito circle (13,7 km)

TYPE: Easy/Moderate, but a steep climb the last two km. Paved road with some traffic. Not recommended for small children. DESCRIPTION: Follow Road...

Beitostølen

Bygdin - Bygdisheim (6 km)

GRADE: Easy. Recommended for families with young children or less experienced cyclists. No traffic. ROUTE DESCRIPTION: From Beitostolen, drive to the...

Beitostølen

Slettefjell circuit (57,8 km)

TYPE: Difficult DESCRIPTION: Follow road 51 to Skammestein and turn right towards Ryfoss. Stay on this road and keep going in the direction of Ryfoss...

Beitostølen

Øyangen circuit from Beitostølen (32.5 km)

TYPE: Moderate day-tour. Not recommended for small children DESCRIPTION: Follow road 51 to Skammestein and turn right towards Ryfoss. Keep following...

Hamar

On bicycle

A Sunday trip along Mjøsa or in the hilly mountain terrain? The Hamar region has bicycle routes suitable for all.   Family bike rides: The best area...

NES PÅ HEDMARKEN

Infoteket

The Infotek information centre is in a central location by Lake Mjøsa at Nes, where it shares premises with the restaurant Tingnes Spiseri. We have bic...

Hamar

Summer herbal tour

The history of herbs is an important part of our cultural history, and this tour is ideal for people who are looking for inspiration about how to use...

Hovden i Setesdal

Hegni recreation area in Hovden

The Hegni recreation area is located by the lake Hartevatn, approx. 1 km from the centre of Hovden. Here you find hiking paths, playground equipment, t...
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