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Read more: Krossbu Turiststasjon

Bøverdalen

Krossbu Turiststasjon

Krossbu Turiststasjon is a private tourist lodge, dating back to 1901. It lies with majestic surroundings on route 55 - the Sognefjell road -,...
Read more: Spiterstulen Tourist Lodge

Lom

Spiterstulen Tourist Lodge

Spiterstulen is situated by the tree-line at 3600 feet above sea level, in a pleasant and lush mountain valley. Rich flora. Spiterstulen was...
Read more: Fossberg Hotel, motel and cabins

Lom

Fossberg Hotel, motel and cabins

Fossberg Hotel offers en-suite accommodation in hotel rooms with television and telephone. The hotel has a fitness section with swimming pool,...
Read more: Juvasshytta

Bøverdalen

Juvasshytta

Northern Europe’s highest tourist lodge, at the foot of Galdhøpiggen. Full board, beer and wines. Many rooms have en suite with shower. Juvasshytta...
Read more: Gjendesheim Turisthytte Photo: Kjell Løkken

Vågå

Gjendesheim Turisthytte

Gjendesheim Turisthytte (tourist lodge) located in Vågå close to the Jotunheimen National Park and Besseggen, offers 170 beds devided on rooms with 2...
Read more: Kvila Turistheim - Cabins

Garmo

Kvila Turistheim - Cabins

All our nice cabins have a fully equipped kitchen. Kvila has a large Garden and playground for children.  We have a reception with an old-fashioned...
Read more: Gjeilo camping in Skjaak

Skjåk

Gjeilo camping in Skjaak

Gjeilo Camping is situated between Lom and Bismo on the rv. 15 road, 4½ miles west of Lom. This is a quiet and peaceful family camp site, located by...
Read more: Leirmoen Camping

Bøverdalen

Leirmoen Camping

Reasonably priced accomodation in  8 standard cabins, for two, three, four or six persons. One big cabin with shower, toilet, kitchen, room for 9...
Read more: Øyen Camping

Garmo

Øyen Camping

Pleasantly situated, 5 miles from the centre of Lom. Well placed for forest and mountain walks (rich flora and fauna). Dry climate. New sanitation...
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