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The Inga-Låmi route starts at Birkebeineren Ski Stadium and runs in the opposite direction of the Birkebeiner route.
The Birkebeiner Trail runs from Rena to Lillehammer and is 54 km long.
If you like skating - this trip around the Reinsvannet lake is perfect for you. You are crossing also a part of the Troll loipe between Rondane National Park and Lillehammer.
Pick up the trailhead and continue over the mountain meadows south of lake Nevelvann. The panorama view from Neveltoppen is splendid - and clear days allow you to take in Rondane, Jotunheimen, Galhøgpiggen and other magnificent mountain sceneries.
First section as the Inga-Låmi route to Sagmyra. Continue straight ahead, cross Sjøsætervegen and climb the steep hill (Olympic trails will cross midway). Then 2 km of slightly hilly terrain until trails meet. Continue left towards Nordseter.
Sjusjøen Skisenter is situated 20 km east of Lillehammer. Our first winter was in 2003, and we have already received good feedback from enthusiastic skiers. The six-seated express lift takes you up to a fantastic view, and to slopes with many possibilities and of great variation.
Birkebeineren Ski- and Biathlon Stadium was the venue for the Olympic cross-country and biathlon events during the Olympics as well as the Paralympics in 1994.
Ryk & Reis provides entertainment suitable for the age range at Hafjell, i.e. 20 and above.
Kvitfjell Skiresort is situated 45 minutes north of Lillehammer, and offers excellent snow conditions. This is a ski enthusiast’s paradise. Peace, quiet and numerous prepared runs allow you to perfect your skiing without the queues or masses of tourists.