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The footpaths in Hemsedal are a natural feature of the surroundings, following old cattle tracks, farm roads and paths. The paths provide beautiful nat...
Welcome to the Huso company outings, whether you are going on a course, seminar leader or pleasure trip.
We offer accommodation in high standard cab...
Hemsedal has a very active fly fishing club, and some of Norway´s best fly fishers are from Hemsedal.
One of them, Tor Grøthe, offers fly fishing cour...
The Russian mining settlement Pyramiden was abandoned in 1998, leaving the buildings and infrastructure intact. We pass close by the bird cliffs at Diabas before we reach Tempelfjorden and the cathedral-like mountain, Tempelfjellet. We head towards the Nordenskiöldbreen and whilst you enjoy the view, a warm barbequed lunch is served. We investigate the once so well groomed settlement. We follow the north side of the fjord and can reflect over the tragic winter in Svenskhuset at Kapp Thordsen.
Sandefjord has wonderful conditions for winteractivities this winter with many well-prepared tracks for cross-country skiing, good skating rinks and fun toboggans for the children.
Vradal Panorama Ski Center - summer and winter!
Experience the beauty of untouched nature, meet with friendly people, be active in cultural adventures... in a breathtaking part of Norwegian coastline...
There are a lot of mountaintops in the Lyngenalps. Jiehkkevarri, with it's 1.834 meters is the highest. From Lyngseidet, there are several options to walk/hike to the surrounding mountaintops, such as Kavringtinden/Goalsevarri and Rørnestinden are two with a fantastic view of the Lyngenalps.
People have used skiing as a mode of transport for over 4000 years. However in the 1800's downhill skiing as we know it today was influenced like never before by Sondre Norheim from Morgedal. Who was this charismatic character who changed ski design and gave us the world's first carving ski and full heel binding? Where did he live and what was it about the terrain he grew up in that so inspired him to develop skis and new techniques just for the pure rush of the downhill? The answers are waiting for you in Morgedal, this magic little Norwegian valley which gave ski sport to the world.
Learn more about the fantastic story at Norwegian Skimuseum in Morgedal.
Do you need a bed? Try Morgedal hotell or Morgedal camping.
A certified Arctic Naturguide will take you on a trip in the surrounding mountains from Manndalen, where you have a great view. You will experience different types of vegetation and your guide will tell you about the local flora and fauna, as well as the history of the place.