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Heim Gastropub

Heim is a gastropub established in 2014. Our focus is good combinations of food and drinks. Our menu has a rustic feel and you get a good selection of both small and large dishes in varied price ranges.


Discover Langsua national park – guided trip for two days

Come with our guides to an exciting combination of biking,   hiking, fishing and paddling for two days, one stay overnight in a lavo in   the Langsua national park. Visit the deep forests, the wild streams, the   peaceful lakes in area that rise up to 1700m absl.


The Peer Gynt Trail

The Peer Gynt Trail leads through the mountain scenery on the western side of Gudbrandsdalen in the World of Peer Gynt.
Effort level
  • Medium
  • 1 day
  • Mountain
  • Forest


Dørdalsknappen og ”melkeveien” rundt

Mountain-peak hike and round-trip - 9–10 km - 2-3 hours. Round-trip along the “melkeveien” The road that in the old days was used to collect the milk from the summerfarms - 6km - 2-3 hours.



1350 square metres of pool area where you can exercise, jump in, dive, enjoy a sauna or simply relax in the Jacuzzi while the kids have fun on the water slide or the climbing wall. When you get hungry, you can have a bite to eat in the cafe.


Kalven Seter Farm and Coffee Shop

Kalven Seter Farm and Coffee Shop, an old summer farm with eight farm buildings, is situated at the foot of Jotunheimen mountain, at the southern end of Lemonsjøen, just off highway 51, the Valdresflya road in Vågå municipality.


The Besseggen Ridge in Jotunheimen

Hike over the Besseggen ridge The Besseggen ridge is the most popular day hike in Norway after the Prekestolen in Rogaland and has reched a kind of cu...


Rondane national park

Rondane National Park celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012 as the nation’s first national park. The Rondane massif has peaks stretching more than 2000 meters above sea level, towering mightily over the lichen-covered plateaus.


Professional ski instructor and guide

Once you understand the basic technique of cross-country skiing, it is largely a question of practice. Having said that, the first lesson is all important. There are some things you need to know that are hard to work out by trial and error. You really need a good teacher because even experienced skiers often can't explain what they are doing....
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