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Vågå

Swimming in Vågå

For those looking for a bath, there is a possibility close to the centre of Vågåmo. At Vanglandet you can have a spectacular dive in fresh waters - muc...

Vågå

Jotunheimen Lemonsjø Alpinsenter

Jotunheimen Lemonsjø Alpinsenter is an alpine centre located in Vågå.

Røros

Fjällnäs Est 1882 - Activities

Fjällnäs is a private mountain reserve with hotel, a non-denominational Chapel and Mii Gullo SPA with hot tub, sauna and relax. The reserve offers an e...

Hitra

The Coastal Museum of Sør-Trøndelag

We tell the story! This is the coastal museum's slogan. We want to tell stories and convey knowledge in as vividly as possible. Coastal Museum's symbo...

Fetsund

Fetsund Lenser

Fetsund Lenser - a national heritage monument, timberfloating museum and nature centre. A unique blend of cultural and natural adventures, set in beaut...

Røros

Swimming pool - LHL-klinikkene Røros Guesthotel

Røros Rehabiliteringssenter is a modern center where we can offer activitites, night stop and service. The center has a great swimming pool with a ca...

Skulestadmo

Football Golf

Football golf and other activities for groups, friends and companies in scenic cultural landscape, with competitions throughout the season. Cultural/na...

Fåberg

Hunderfosse Amusement park

Would you like to experience something fun and exciting this summer? Bring your family and friends to Hunderfossen Family Park in Lillehammer for a day of relaxation, joy and amusement.

Øyer

Lekeland Hafjell

Lekeland Hafjell - One of Norway's largest indoor playland located in region of Lillehammer.

Øyer

Lilleputthammer miniature town

Lilleputthammer is an adventure park for young and old, but where most of the activities are designed for children 1-8 years. Here you find a miniature copy of the famous main street - Storgata - in Lillehammer as it was back in the year 1930, built to a scale of 1:4.
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