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Einbustugu - Dombås

Einbustugu in Dombås - Einbustugu was the childhood home of Sigurd Einbu (1866 - 1946), a teacher, local historian and famous amateur astronomer. The...

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Høydesteinen - Dovrefjell

1.026 meters above the sea, this bauta stands at the highest point of the E6, and the railroad between Oslo and Trondheim. Approx. 2 km to the north o...

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Along the Pilgrim's Trail in Dovrefjell

This self-guided hiking tour with luggage transport will take you to one of Norway's most spectacular mountain areas. Numerous important historical events have taken place in this region and the road across Dovrefjell has served as one of the main travel routes since the Middle Ages.
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Dombås

Bjørkhol Camping

You will find Bjørkhol Camping: - Near the E-6 - 6 km to the south of Dombås - 200 m from the river Lågen - 2 km from 24-hour diner We offer: - Reaso...

Dombås

Hjelle Seter

Hjelle Seter is situated in the sunny part of the Dovrefjell-region, 950 meters above the sea, 5 km to the North of Dombås, next to the E-6. We are sur...

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Smørbollen - Dovrefjell

German OP-post during World War Two. Restaured in 1999. Situated approx. 800 meters up from Fokstua farm....

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Vålåsjøen - Dovrefjell

Vålåsjøen is Dovres largest lake, approx. 3 km long. It has good fishing-possibilities, also for the physically disabled. Dovre Fjellstyre has a boat...

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The pilgrim-road

The pilgrim-road is a walking-route from Oslo to Trondheim. It serves as a spiritual and cultural enlightenment, remembering Olav the Holly, and it g...

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Toftemo Turiststasjon

Toftemo Turiststasjon, built in 1820, was originally part of the Tofte king’s farm estate and has since operated as a coach house. Toftemo is located o...

Dombås

Hageseter Turisthytte - Spisested

Hageseter Touristcabin is a great starting-point for walks and experiences in the mountain, sporting a wild variety of animals and plants. You can also...
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