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Hol

Guided trip in Hardangervidda:Lægreid-Tuva

The ancient trail from east to west, Nordmannslepa, is like our experienced friend along the mountain ridge, on our walk from Lægereid to Tuva. These t...

Lillehammer

Birkebeinerløypa (Sjusjøen-Lillehammer) 15 km

The Birkebeiner Trail runs from Rena to Lillehammer and is 54 km long.

Hol

Guided trip in Hardangervidda National park

Come on a hike in the magnificent Hardangervidda National Park, through ravines and over lofty mountain passes. Cross old suspension bridges over gu...

Bergen

Rallarvegen

One of the most scenic cycle rides from 'the roof of Norway' right down to the sea! The name Rallarvegen dates from the time the navvies used it as a road during the construction of the Bergen Railway. Today, it is best known as a cycle route of rare beauty offering countless natural experiences.

Inderøy

Øyna, activities

The area around the  houses at Øyna is suitable for children of all ages: Social activities that trigger the competitive instinct and that are suitable...

Lillehammer

Birkebeineren Ski and Biathlon Stadion

Birkebeineren Ski- and Biathlon Stadium was the venue for the Olympic cross-country and biathlon events during the Olympics as well as the Paralympics in 1994.

Fåberg

Lillehammer Olympic Bob- and Luge Track

The only bobsleigh and luge track in Scandinavia. Wheelbob available throughout the summer season.

Lillehammer

Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena

Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena is the city's major landmark.

Utne

Utne Hotel

Enjoy nice meals in fantastic surroundings. At Utne Hotel you find long traditions for food and serving. The hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Norwa...

Longyearbyen

Northern Lights/Arctic Evening at our Wilderness Centre-Svalbard Villmarkssenter

Welcome to an atmospheric evening at Svalbard Villmarkssenter. SVS is owned by Berit and Karl Våtvik, they came to Svalbard in the 70`s. All our dogs are named by Arctic’s and Antarctic’s historie. We will share these histories with you.
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