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Lesja

Lesja Bygdemuseum

Lesja Museum is located at Lesja Centre, near the Church, and is part of Gudbrandsdal Museum.  This historical farmstead, which comprises twelve house...

Lesjaskog

The Hyrjon waterfall from the west – Kampen – Lesjaskog

Turning off the E136 just west of the Thøring cabin factory, drive towards Tandsetre. Turn right by the sign «Hyrjon, Kampen, Lesjaskog» and then follo...

Lesjaskog

Dambrua – Grøndalen

Follow the initial instructions as to path no. 49. After you have cros- sed the bridge, the path heads westwards, merging with the other path to the va...

Lesjaskog

Kampen (5 km)

After turning off the E136 approx 600 m west of Lesjaskog school and crossing the railway tracks, drive towards the lake Lesjaskogsvatnet. As the bridg...

Lesjaskog

The waterfall Grønfossen and the path to the valley Grøndalen

Cross the railway tracks just across from the western exit to Lesjaskog. Drive approx 1 km to the designated parking area. From here there are several...

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...

Lesja

Sjongsvangen

Sjongsvangen, which was once a mountain farm, now offers spacious log-cabin accommodation that sleep 2, 4 or 7 guests. It is run by Torkjell Hagestande.

Lesjaskog

Lesjaskogvatnet Camping

The campsite is next to the beautiful Lesjaskogsvatnet lake, with excellent swimming, fishing and hiking in the area. This is a wonderful place for recreation.

Bjorli

Bjorligard Hotel

Bjorligard Hotel is located by E136 between Åndalsnes and Dombås. We are a full-service hotel with classic rooms in Norwegian rustic style. The hotel...

Lesjaverk

The old Kings' Road ski trail

Start from Lesjaverk church. Skiing eastwards along the old Kings’ Road, turn back at the end of the trail (approx 4.5 km each way). This is an easy tr...
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