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Trollsalen, one of Norway's most unique restaurants, is tucked away inside the fairy-tale grotto at Hunderfossen Family Park. Six large trolls support the roof, and the walls are decorated with enchanting scenes from well-known folktales.
We will always serve you dishes from our Brasserie with competitive prices. Our menu is inspired by the Scandinavian food but yet with a hint of French cuisine; you can try our delicious duck Confit and speak for yourself.
This rambling tour is suitable for persons who wish to spend some active days in the mountains, but who also want a certain degree of comfort. On this tour you will not need to over-exert yourself by carrying heavy rucksacks; the tour is with luggage transport.
Family route from Skeikampen to Austlid. Follow the gravel road over to Austlid with beautiful surroundings. The small lake Veslevatn is a nice place for a bath.
The network of cross-country ski trails covers both the eastern and the western side of Kvitfjell.
A blue trail where skiers can enjoy a varied and hilly terrain up to Kyrakampen with its breathtaking views to the southern areas and back towards Skei.
Roundtrip from Austlid Fjellstue and around the Bjørga peak. Varied scenery comprising marshes, downhill sections and climbs. Along the southern section, skiers can enjoy excellent views towards Gausdal and Lillehammer.
The trails run through a spectacular scenery ranging from pine forests down in the valley to breathtaking mountain terrain with the Ruten peak at 1,500 m a.s.l.
Venabygdsfjellet forms part of a network comprising some 2,500 km of trails.
With Skeikampen as starting point, the trail follows the Peer Gynt route to Fagerhøi. The trail is prepared as soon as the snow arrives, and is ideal for the less experienced skier.