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Telemarkstunet at Kanthaugen, Lillehammer All roads lead to Kanthaugen, whether you chose to arrive by chairlift from the bottom of Lysgårdsbakkene, by car, by bus, by sleigh or by foot.
This is the route used for the “Birketest”, and will determine whether your fitness level is good enough to take on the Birkebeiner MTB Race.
The Norwegian Road Museum provides experiences for all the family. The museum now has a new road history exhibition covering more than 1000 m2 and more than 100 original museum objects. These range from small Viking Age glass beads to a massive 12-tonne excavator!
From end of February to beginning of April, when the days are getting longer, we will arrange Ski Safaris. Making our own tracks in unspoiled snow across the plateau, on mountain tops and through enchanting woodland. A Ski Safari is a guided ski trip high up in the mountains of Rondane and Ringebu.
Located south of the Rondane massive, 932 m.a.s.l., Venabu offers a wealth of hiking opportunities. Knowledgeable guides ensure an eventful and exciting trip.
Guided walks 5days
from NOK 3950,-
Closed in 1983 - reopened in 2006. A short summary of something sorely missed. However, thanks to the efforts of local enthusiasts, with a passion for history, culture and quality beer, the wait is over and Lillehammer Bryggeri has been reborn.
Venabu Fjellhotell is renowned for its cuisine based on Norwegian traditions. The buffet "Norsk Matbord" is available every Wednesday during the main seasons.
Maihaugen at Lillehammer is one of the largest museums in Norway. Here you find Norwegian homes from various periods, exhibitions, a fine museum shop, café and varied programmes.
Skeikampen has a terrain park suitable for jibbing and snowboarding.
Leseriet Cafe at Lillehammer Library serves coffee, tea and hot chocolate all made with precision and pride.