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Join M/S Telemarken on a pirate adventure on the Telemark Canal. Thursdays and Fridays from July 9-25.
Children's play ground with free access outside Raulandsfjell.
In Siljan you will find Siljanhjort, a farm full of deer. Here you can experiense the deer and maybe you will be able to feed them.
Bø i Telemark
Scandinavia's largest waterpark, Sommarland in Bø, is one of Telemark's most visited attractions. The park has more than 20 different pools and slides, in all shapes and sizes and is the only waterpark in the world who offers weather guarantee!
The airport, Skien Lufthavn Geiteryggen, is home to Skien GoKarts, where anyone over the age of 15 can have fun driving cool karts.
It's 700 meters...
Well-being, contrasts and closeness to the nature; the wilderness spa is situated down by the lake and it is tempting for everyone with stiff muscles o...
The history of Sondre Norheim begins in Morgedal, Telemark.
Length: 40 km Cycling: about 3 hours
Pavements: Asphalt Level: Medium
Along the whole the lake there is a road. A nice bike ride around the sea serpent's kingdom! Many camping sites with beaches around the whole lake.
Lake Seljordsvatnet has a sizeable population of large
brown trout, and a concerted effort is being made to develop
There are many places to go fishing in Seljord. Contact the local tourist information, Møtestad Seljord for more information. Ph +47 35 05 04 00
Welcome to Seljord
A treasure chest filled with culture
Beautiful Seljord in Upper-Telemark is a treasure chest just waiting to be opened. Visitors will find wild flowers growing on grass covered roofs, and children who still sing the songs their great-grandfathers sang. Did you know that “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” was the first written down by two Norwegians named Asbjørnsen and Moe? They travelled often to Anne Golid’s cabin in Seljord to hear her stories, which they included in their folk tale collections that are known around the world. The Reverend Magnus Brostrup Landstand, and Miss Olea Crøger hiked through the mountains and forests of Seljord collecting folk songs that we still hear today in Norwegian churches and in Norway’s thriving folk music movement.