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Bjorli

Bjorli Skiskole & Skiutleie

Bjorli Ski School and Ski Rental has everything you need for your skiing holiday. Whether you want to carve down the slopes, play in the powdery snow or pull the kids on a sledge, we have the right gear for you.

Bjorli

The mountain top Rånåkollen (2 km)

Turn off the E136 following the signs to Rånå and park by the old Rånå school. Walk along the road back to the sign «Rånåkollen». Follow the designate...

Bjorli

The valley Asbjørnsdalen

Turn off the E136 following the signs towards Rånå. After about 5 km, park in the large parking area along the roadside (par- king fee). A popular and...

Bjorli

The mountain farm Einbusetre (2,2 km)

Turning off the E136 at the sign to Rånå, drive approx 2.5 km towards the Bjorli airfield and park along the road near the sign «Einbusetre». Walk alo...

Bjorli

Bjorli – Bøverbotten – Eikesdalen

Park by the Bjorli ski lifts. Follow the signs towards Bøverbotten. Walk upwards on the marked path along the eastern side of the river Bøvre with its...

Bjorli

Rånå – Bølie – Bjorli (2 km)

Turn off the E136 following the signs to Rånå. After driving about 3 km, park by the old Rånå school. Walk back to the sign «Bølivegen». The path cro...

Bjorli

Rånå – Brøstdalen (4,8 km)

Turn off the E136 following the signs towards Rånå. After about 5 km, park in the large parking area along the roadside (par- king fee). Follow the mar...

Lesja

Bottheim – Svarttjønn

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

Lesja

Ski trail - Årbogen

Park by the trotting track at Årbogen. Ski along the forestry road for approx 500 m. The ski trail crosses the forestry road at this point, ascending g...

Lesja

Lesja Bygdemuseum

Lesja Bugdetun, by Lesja Church is a traditional inland farm rooming 12 buildings dating from the 18th and 19th century and portrays local inland culture, working life and living conditions from this time.
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