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Bjorli

Bjorli Cross-Country

Bjorli is well known for the enormous amounts of snow during the winter season which starts already in October and ends around May 1.st. Bjorli also ha...

Lesjaskog

The Hyrjon waterfall from the east

Turn off the E136 just west of the Thøring cabin factory and drive towards Tandsetre. Follow the path past the summer farm Nørdre Tandsetre and continu...

Bjorli

Sagelva Hydropower Center

Restored sawmill, where you can gain insight into nearly 300 years old history. Amongst other things, you will find an old gate saw dating from 1712, a...

Bjorli

Lesja Parachute Club

Lesja Parachute Club is one of Norway’s largest clubs when measuring the fun you can have. The club has 174 members and does 2222 parachute jumps a year.

Lesja

Myrin/Dalsidevegen

Groomed trails (2 and 3 km) on the east side of the road called Dalsidevegen by the Red Cross cabin, where you can park.Starting point for numerous u...

Lora

Nordmoløypa – 5 km

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

Lesja

Torløypa

Leave the E 136 at the sign for Aursjøen/Sjong seter. The most common starting point is at Myrin (ample parking). The 14 km round trip goes via Nose,...

Lesja

Bottheim – Svarttjønn

This ski trail, which follows the summer path from Bottheim to Svarttjønne, is groomed for weekends and holidays....

Lesja

Vidflotten

Take the road towards Vågå. At Vidflotten rifle range there is a 3.3 km floodlit ski trail with several alternative routes that are groomed regularly....
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