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Dovre-Sunndalsfjella National Park is known for its rich flora and wild-reindeer population, part of Europe’s last remaining population of tundra reindeer. There are also thriving populations of wolverine and musk oxen in the area.
Dovre National Park is a core area for Norwegian mountain flora. In contrast to Rondane National Park, Dovre National Park has high-nutrient bedrock, promoting the growth of lush vegetation and a diversity of plant and animal species.
Excavations show that the first mountain lodges in Hjerkinn were situated here.
In the 1930s and 1980s there were excavations, and findings show that...
This memorial was revealed by His Royal Majesty king Harald VII the 1st of June 2002, to mark the expantion of the Dovrefjell Sunndalsfjella national...
Remains of buildings from the 1300s.
This was an old market-place for trade between the valleys Østerdalen and Gudbrandsdalen. The market was moved to...
Is situated in the lake Avsjøen in the Dovrefjell-area. The lake is privat, and the holm was once the home of the man Ulv, that had killed his brother...
Formally a DNT-cabin, then called Reinheim.
56 beds in total.
Built in 1950/1951 as a tourist-cabin by DNT.
The army took over in 1959, and the new Re...
The mountain Snøhetta is the crown on the roof of norway. Wide and majestetic it shows itself for the travellers.
With its 2.286 meters above the sea,...
Old buildings in Dovreskogen.
The oldest part of the two-storie building closest to the road is from 1775. The farm was a vassal-farm, and court was he...
Vålåsjøen is Dovres largest lake, approx. 3 km long.
It has good fishing-possibilities, also for the physically disabled. Dovre Fjellstyre has a boat...