Find providers and contact information
Attractions & Culture in Jotunheimen Mountains
Showing 1-10 of 32 results
Reinheimen (Home for reindeers) National Park is located in the second biggest intervention-free mountain area in southern Norway where...
The church is built with logs, in the years 1875 –79 after a twelve years long planning period. Originally most people in the parish wanted a stone chu...
Haukdalen is peacefully and idyllically situated in Flatmogrenda in Lom. Quaint old buildings surround this traditional smallholding, with a garden co...
Crafts and wood carvings for sale in historic suroundings. Gallery: with a Skjåk exhibition every summer. Sale exhibition by artists with a local co...
Fossheim Stone Centre is a museum of geology with jewellery gallery, shops and workshop. With Norway’s largest selection of minerals and semi-precious...
Past stone walls and guard stones. Between Grotli and Videseter, the road twists at one with nature through the Strynefjell pass, just as it did in the beginning of the last century. The narrow road includes a bit of Norwegian road-building history, with gravel and guard stones.
Galdhøpiggen is the highest mountain in Norway, 2.469 m.a.s.l. It is also one of the most visited peaks in the country, apart from some hills in more...
Lom Rural Museum is located at Presthaugen, a lovely and peaceful nature site right behind the Norwegian Mountain Museum and within walking distance o...
Olav Aukrust (1883-1939) is one of Norway`s most famous poets, using the majestic nature of his home region as a source for his poetry. In his writing...
The name relates to two stones in the Bøvra River. When farmers were bringing hay down the frozen riverbed from mountain pastures, parts of the cargo would be knocked off in the narrow gap. This was the inspiration for Kjell Aukrust’s famous film success "Flåklypa Grand Prix". Road 5 5, 8 km from the centre of Lom.