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Velkomstsenter (the Welcome centre)

Velkomstsenter is located at the foot of Skeikampen at 850 m.a.s.l in proximity to both alpine ski, cross country skiing, dining, tennis courts, mountain biking, hiking trails and the golf course.


Hafjell Ski Resort

In Hafjell you can enjoy both great skiing conditions and have a pleasant skiing experience with your family.


Gålå Mountain Cabins

Cabins can be hired for a week or a weekend. During the Peer Gynt Festival and other events at Gålå, they are let on a Bed & Breakfast basis for one or more days.


Dalseter - Travel-2 offer - week 6 and 11.

This is genuine norwegian winter holiday - to a reasonable price. Take a look at our website for more information.
Price from NOK 7715,- total for 2p 5 nights, incl. 1/1 board in dbl.room

Vestre Gausdal

Mount Værskei (9,4 km)

Good climbing stage, with minimal traffic and numerous hairpin bends. Race stage in August. Forset - Værskeitoppen


Skeikampen Bicyckle rental

Skeikampen Resort offers great bicycle trails. Rent a bicycle and explore the mountains on two wheels.



We work together with the Venabu stable and are able to offer horseback riding through the summer and autumn.


Friday 05 Aug 2016 to Saturday 13 Aug 2016

Peer Gynt by lake Gålåvatnet

Every year since 1967, the Peer Gynt festival is held in August in the Gudbrandsdalen valley to celebrate the local legend that inspired Henrik Ibsen’s dramatic poem “Peer Gynt”, that has come to represent an aspect of Norwegian culture to the world. The main event of the festival is the theatre production “Peer Gynt” by lake Gålåvatnet.


Friday 05 Aug 2016 to Sunday 14 Aug 2016

The Peer Gynt Festival

A cultural festival featuring theatre performances, concerts, art exhibitions, literature events and more.


Sunday 14 Aug 2016

Mountain concert by the Rondane National Park

In one of the most spectacular venues in Norway, this world-renowned concert is held annually in conjunction with the now famous Peer Gynt Festival. Here the most has been made of the natural surroundings, with a specially designed open-air stage built facing the hillside, creating a natural amphitheatre.
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