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Trondheim

Guided bicycle tour in Trondheim

Trondheim is a town where you can find arcitecture, sport and ....bicycles. We have 12% more bike paths than any other town, thanks to this towns envir...

Ulvik

Øydve Gardsturisme

Visit a traditional western Norway farm with cow and sheep farming, orchards and vegetable production. Join the guided tour “In Granny’s tearoom” throu...

Ulvik

Ulvik Frukt & Cideri

Ulvik Frukt & Cideri is a family business at Hakastad fruit farm, growing a variety of new and old sorts of apples and producing several kinds of juice...

Ulvik

The Hauge Centre

Ulvik Nynorsk kultursentrum is now establishing a research- and visitor centre presenting the poet Olav H. Hauge’s (1908-1994) life and poetry. The ce...

Ulvik

Syse Gard

Typical farm of western Norway. Sheep farming and orchards. Farm shop with a wide range of home made products like apple juice, jam,canned plums and a...

Ulvik

The fruit- and cider walk Ulvik

The fruit and cider walk Lekve – Syse – Hakestad. The 3 farms that constitute the fruit and cider walk have a south-facing and sunny position in the...

Molde

Nature path Lake Skarvatnet (212 M.A.S.)

The region's most popular recreation area all year round, 12 km from Molde on the RV 64 road. Good walking trails, running tracks, orienteering,...
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 1 hour
Landscape
  • Mountain
  • Forest
Season:
May - November

Skammestein

Myhre Gård - Riding School

Myhre Gård is a traditional farm, located approx 25 min from Fagernes and 5 min from Beitostølen Myhre Gård offers horseback riding in a fantastic sc...

Seljord

tourist information

Welcome to Seljord A treasure chest filled with culture Beautiful Seljord in Upper-Telemark is a treasure chest just waiting to be opened. Visitors will find wild flowers growing on grass covered roofs, and children who still sing the songs their great-grandfathers sang. Did you know that “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” was the first written down by two Norwegians named Asbjørnsen and Moe? They travelled often to Anne Golid’s cabin in Seljord to hear her stories, which they included in their folk tale collections that are known around the world.
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