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Vestre Gausdal

Kittilbu Utmarksmuseum

Kittilbu Museum provides and insight into how the natural resources of Gausdal Vestfjell have been used from the Stone Age until modern times.

Gålå

Gålå Challenge

This is a perfect chance to challenge your family and friends in an exciting and unformal competition. In the area by Røsslyngsetra Kafé we will try both frisbeegolf, arrow and archery and air gun shooting.

Lillehammer

Skulpturstopp

The artwork Mothership with Standing Matter is a sculpture designed by Antony Gormley.  It is situated inside a pavilion designed by the Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta.

Gålå

Canoe & Kayak-safari

This is a canoe trip over 4 mountain lakes in Gålå. The paddling is combined with trekking across trails and country roads where we transport the canoes on trolleys.

Gålå

Canoe trip at Lågen

A canoe trip at the river Gudbrandsdalslågen.

Sør-Fron

Skulpturstopp

FLOKK is a series of 21 tall, narrow figures cast in bronze with glass eyes created by Gitte Dæhlin.

Lillehammer

Nordseter - Nevelfjell - Slåseterfjell

The walk from Nordseter, via Nevelfjell, to Slåseterfjell is a wonderful 3-hour trip in the Lillehammer region. Gentle terrain - ideal for families with children.
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 3 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain

Lillehammer

Flokofallet

Flokofallet is Lillehammer's highest waterfall with a 32 meter drop.
Effort level
  • Medium

Sjusjøen

Sjusjøen Rundt (7,2 km)

The Sjusjøen roundtrip is ideal for young families and first-time skiers. A mainly flat and well-prepared cross-country ski trail with a few gentle downhill sections.

Lillehammer

Natrudstilen-Sjusjøen (17,8 km)

Ski trail prepared as soon as the snow arrives, and which connects the cross-country skiing facilities at Natrudstilen and Sjusjøen. The route is ideal for novice skiers, and is highly popular throughout the winter season. Both Sjusjøen and Natrudstilen can be used as starting point, and a roundtrip is possible as the trail form part of a network.
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