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Drammen

Skatepark

Drammen's new skate park has many athletic challenges for a skater. This is a popular meeting place for young, active people....

Kaupanger

Playland

Indoor playground for children between 1 to 14 years. Playland consists of a large climbing frame with slides, tunnels, mazes, ball cannons and glide...

Lora

Nordmoløypa – 5 km

Leave the E 136 at Sveen (signposted). Undulating circular trail – don’t forget to sign the visitors’ boo...

Bjorli

Nystuguberget (8 km)

This undulating circular trail through varied terrain, which is easy to ski, is best skied clockwise. From Nystuguberget, where the track turns back, y...

Bjorli

Bakkeløypa (8 km)

This route starts from Bjorli station or Trollhaugen Skiarena. As soon as the snow arrives, this ski trail will be groo- med....

Bjorli

Morkenløypa (8 km)

This popular loop through the forest is the easiest trail to ski. It crosses mostly flat woodland terrain. This trail, which starts and ends at the Bjo...

Lesjaverk

Gruvliløypa (7 km)

Taking the road to Søristua just west of Coop Marked at Lesjaverk, drive past Søristua and park. This undulating trail goes to the Brandli farm at Le...

Lora

Berntvegen–Lorkvenne

Leave the E 136 and drive along Lordalsvegen to Myrvangsaga. Follow the trail along Berntvegen to Lorkvenne....

Lora

Lordalsvegen–Storsetra

Lordalsvegen–Storsetra is a starting point for numerous moun- tain routes in Lordalen. Lordalsvegen is normally cleared of snow for the Easter holiday...

Lesjaskog

Ljosløypa (2,0 km)

This loop, which is floodlit in the evenings, runs parallel to the local road starting from the Lesjaskog school. Wonderful ski play area near the tra...
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