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Our wilderness camp is 200 meters from our main base, idyllic location by the river Lågen with large, undisturbed greenery around.
Skarsmoen Farm is located in a spectacular woodland area between Øyer and Tretten, and offers an interesting and diverse flora (0.7 km from the E6). As you walk through beautiful terrain (way-marked trails) you may meet elk, deer and other wild animals.
Smuksjøseter Lodge is situated 5km east of Høvringen, 1130 meters above sea level, and has been accommodating guests for the past 60 years. Just 200 me...
The farm Valbjør in Vågå, close to Jotunheimen National Park, is an active running farm with different farm animals.
Sjoa Hostel is beautifully situated in tranquil surrounding between the river Sjoa and the river Lågen. Sjoa Hostel, originally a farm dating from the 13th century, offers high-standard accommodation and amenities.
In the heart of Heidal in Gudbrandsdal, Nordre Ekre offers first-class dining and accommodation in their restored old timber farmhouses.
Brekkeseter is situated at the top end of the Høvringen mountain farm area, bordering on the Rondane National park. Farmyard surrounded by attractive...
Venabu have seven cottages ranging in size from 25 to 150 m², with accommodation for 2 to 10 people. The cottages are located about 150 metres from the hotel. All have shower/WC, floor heating and fireplaces or wooden stoves. More information see www.venabuhytter.no
Putten Seter offers some of the finest cross-country terrain in Norway, Rondane National Park with wide open spaces and 10 peaks over 2000 m. Putten Seter is situated in the middle of the ski tracks. You can put on your skis outside the cabin door.
Rooms with shower and toilet, bed and breakfast fo
Nordigard Blessom Farm Hotel is on the sunny side of the valley, near the centre of Vågå municipailty. This old family farm is one of the oldest farms in Vågå. The farm is known from “Jutulen and Blessomen”, an old local folktale published by Asbjørnsen og Moe.