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Atrå

Mårbu for children

Horses, pigs, chickens and lambs have found their way to Mårbu on Hardangervidda. Do you think your parents find their way, so you can cuddle with the animals there this summer?

Hønefoss

The daughter of the mountains

Berit Hætta is Sami, born and bred in Kautokeino in the county of Finnmark. She comes from a family of traditional reindeer herders. When she settled...

Hønefoss

Bjerkeli Activities

Go on a nature adventure with Bjerkeli Villmarksopplevelser! This is the ultimate natural adventure, bringing you close to nature and the thrills you seek! We tailor activities to your requirements, and we cater for private individuals, institutions and companies.

Oslo

Frønsvollen

Information centre for Friends of the Earth Norway Oslo and Akershus (NOA). Frønsvollen has a great location on one of Oslo's oldest farm meadows. Fr...

Ålesund

Borgund Animal Club

Children and youth club with pets such as horses, sheep and other domestic animals. Open for visitors....

Vingelen

Vingelen Turistinformasjon

Vingelen is a beautiful mountain village. Old traditions are still kept alive here in this very viable society. Old timber houses are surrounded by a...

Stathelle

Sundbykåsa Farm - STATHELLE

Sundbykåsa farm is teeming with all sorts of fun and exciting animals. Come and meet our pigs, hens, cockerels, cats, horses, sheep and cows! Entra...

UNDRUMSDAL

Holt Gård

Holidays at a living organic farm with horses, cows, cats and rabbits. Homemade from the stone oven and delicious food from the farm. Nice common room....

Rendalen

Sylli

Sylli, which on the map is called Øvre Sjøli Gård, is located in Rendalen in Norway and is one of the largest privately owned properties in the region....

Seljord

Mount Bjørge

In Bjørgefjell you can choose from a number of different footpaths through the cultural landscape. The lower part of the route is graded easy to medium, while the final ascent to the top of Mount Bjørgefjell is steeper and more challenging. There are numerous idyllic spots along the way where you can stop, rest and enjoy the panoramic views of Lake Seljordsvatnet.
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