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Lifjell

Great for hiking during summer,  Topp for vandreturer sommer, høst og vår. Du er raskt på snaufjellet og får en eventyrlig utsikt. Lifjell har fine langrennsløyper på vinteren med stor variasjon i terreng, og Lifjell Skisenter med 4 nedfarter, terrengpark og skiutleie.

Øyer

Hafjell Alpinsenter

Hafjell Alpine Centre is the 3. biggest resort in Norway, but is the choice nr 1 for those who prefer twin tip skis or snowboards. The resort can also bost the most extensive flood light system in Norway, lighting 7 km of runs and prolongs the skiday 3 nights a week.

Lora

Berntvegen–Lorkvenne

Leave the E 136 and drive along Lordalsvegen to Myrvangsaga. Follow the trail along Berntvegen to Lorkvenne....

Lora

Lordalsvegen–Storsetra

Lordalsvegen–Storsetra is a starting point for numerous moun- tain routes in Lordalen. Lordalsvegen is normally cleared of snow for the Easter holiday...

Lesjaverk

The old Kings' Road ski trail

Start from Lesjaverk church. Skiing eastwards along the old Kings’ Road, turn back at the end of the trail (approx 4.5 km each way). This is an easy tr...

Lesja

Torløypa

Leave the E 136 at the sign for Aursjøen/Sjong seter. The most common starting point is at Myrin (ample parking). The 14 km round trip goes via Nose,...

Lora

Nordmoløypa – 5 km

Leave the E 136 at Sveen (signposted). Undulating circular trail – don’t forget to sign the visitors’ boo...

Lora

Sveavarden–Hosetdråget – 2,6 km

Start from Lora station. The trail goes up along Hosetdråget to Sveavarden....
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