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Read more: Geilo cultural church Photo: Sakarias Ingolfson

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Geilo cultural church

Geilo Kulturkyrkje is the place for art and culture. An inspiring place with reflection of traditions and heritage. A place that provides an impuls of...
Read more: Geilo Hestesenter

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Geilo Hestesenter

Geilo Hestesenter is owned and run by Asle Kirkevoll, his partner Solveig Danielsen and his Niece Marianne Haugeplass. They are assisted by new...
Read more: Hamarsbøenstølen Photo: Marius Rua

Geilo

Hamarsbøenstølen

At Hamarsbøenstølen you can see cows and calves. On offer: Havsdal sour cream and various locally produced milk products. Activity: 25.07 and 22.08,...
Read more: Hakkesetstølen Mountainlodge Photo: Holmby

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Hakkesetstølen Mountainlodge

Hakkesetstølen is situated at Kikut. Groups can join guided tour entitled «Mountain farm life then and now» for groups. See small animals such as...
Read more: Dagali Fjellpark Photo: Dagali Utvikling

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Dagali Fjellpark

Landscape
  • Mountain
  • Caves and Canyons
Read more: Hovet Church

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Hovet Church

Hovet church was consecrated 18th of October 1910 and it is a white wooden church. The church porch was enlarged in 1994. To the right of the main...
Read more: Skurdalen Church

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Skurdalen Church

The church was consecrated by Bishop Dagfinn Hauge the 7th of September 1969. The church has a triangular floor plan and is constructed in timber and...
Read more: Dokken Fjellgard i Sudndalen

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Dokken Fjellgard i Sudndalen

Dokken Mountain farm is an old, listed farm from the 1700s, with stugu (loftstugu), pole house, barn, cowshed, stalls, eldhus, sauna and smithy. I...
Read more: The Ustedalsfjord Photo: Terje Bjørnsen

Geilo

The Ustedalsfjord

Around the lake Ustedalsfjorden you can walk a 12 kilometres path and experience cultural...
Read more: Dagali Church

Geilo

Dagali Church

Dagali church was consecrated the 4th of August 1850. It is built in wood and has the capacity of around 200 people. In 1932 the church got an altar....
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