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Christianity was introduced to Norway around 1000 AD, and in the years to follow some one thousand stave churches were built. Ringebu Stave Church dates back to around 1220, and is one of the country’s 28 remaining buildings of its kind.
Espedalen fjellkirke ble vigslet sommeren 1974, men kirkegården har vært i bruk fra tidlig på 1800-tallet.
Gudbrandsdalsmusea is the place to visit for great experiences.
Rondane National Park is a mountain area between the Gudbrandsdalen and Atndalen valleys. The area stretches from Ringebu in the south to Dovre in the north.
Gudbrandsdalsmusea is a regional museum in Gudbrandsdalen with varied museums locatede in the communities.
The pilgrim centre in Gudbrandsdalen provides information on routes, accommodation, attractions and organised walks along the Pilgrims' Way from Lillehammer to Nord-Sel. It is located by Dale-Gudbrand’s Farm at Hundorp, and forms part of Oppland’s Millennium Site.
Ormtjernkampen National Park, the smallest of its kind in Norway, has been expanded and renamed Langsua National Park. Four landscape conservation areas and six nature reserves have been created as part of this project.
The Norwegian stave churches are, together with the Vikingships Norways, part of the worlds culturale heritage. The museum is located at Ringebu Prestegard 60 km north of Lillehammer.
Hunderfossen Icecathedral, excavated from ice and snow, has a unique atmosphere, with its ice sculptures, soft music and magic lightening.
Huldreheimen is a mountain area east of Jotunheimen, between Valdres and Gudbrandsdalen. The area is also known as Gausdal Vestfjell and the gateway to Jotunheimen.