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Dovre

Haverdalseter Turisthytte

Haverdalseter resides in the north of the Rondane nationalpark between Gravhø and Stygghø. In the summer there are cows in the mountain and we make cheese.

Dovre

Grimsdalshytta

From Grimsdal Cabin there’s amazing views into Rondane and its majestic mountain peaks. You’re bound to love this beautiful place.

Dovre

Værkje Mountain Farm

Welcome to Værkje Mountain Farm, an open farm in Grimsdalen.

Dovre

Falkeranden - Dovrefjell

Falkeranden is a mountain-ridge across from Nysetra in Dovrefjell. Falconeres from all over Europe came here to capture falcons, or to buy falcons fro...

Dovre

Einbustugu - Dombås

Einbustugu in Dombås - Einbustugu was the childhood home of Sigurd Einbu (1866 - 1946), a teacher, local historian and famous amateur astronomer. The...

Dovre

Høydesteinen - Dovrefjell

1.026 meters above the sea, this bauta stands at the highest point of the E6, and the railroad between Oslo and Trondheim. Approx. 2 km to the north o...

Hjerkinn

Hjerkinn Fjellstue

Hjerkinn Mountain Lodge at Dovre is Norway’s oldest family business, and it’s the 12th and 13th generations, Anne, Anne Stine, Martin and family that welcome you to the coach house and mountain farm, 1000 meters above sea level.

Dovre

Budsjord Pilegrimsgården

During the Middle Ages, Budsjord (“the Bishops farm estate”) at Dovre was governed by the Arch Diocese of Nidaros and has always been an important destination for travellers.

Dovre

Toftemo Turiststasjon

Toftemo is located by highway E6, 2 km north of Dovre town centre and 10 km south of Dombås. Built in 1820, the site was originally part of Tofte Kongsberg and has operated as a coaching station ever since.

Dombås

Faksfall Camping

Faksfall Camping is situated between Oslo and Trondheim in Dovre, at the northern end of Gudbrandsdalen.
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