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Find providers and contact information Nature attractions in Gudbrandsdalen, Lillehammer

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Heidal

Glittersjå Mountain Farm

Welcome to Glittersjå Mountain Farm, with its well-preserved, traditional Norwegian buildings and old Norwegian animal breeds.

Ringebu

Rondane National Park

Rondane National Park is a mountain area between the Gudbrandsdalen and Atndalen valleys. The area stretches from Ringebu in the south to Dovre in the north.

Gausdal

Huldreheimen

Huldreheimen is a mountain area east of Jotunheimen, between Valdres and Gudbrandsdalen. The area is also known as Gausdal Vestfjell and the gateway to Jotunheimen.

Vågå

The Jutul Gate - Vågå

“The Jutul gate” is a rock formation by the side of road 454, next to Jutulheimen village museum. The rock face is shaped like a gateway, and legend te...

Vågå

The Knight's Leap

This gorge, where the river Sjoa gushes round whirlspools and rapids, is well known in legend. The name “Ridderspranget” means “Knight’s leap”, and is...

Gausdal

Langsua National Park

Ormtjernkampen National Park, the smallest of its kind in Norway, has been expanded and renamed Langsua National Park. Four landscape conservation areas and six nature reserves have been created as part of this project.

Vågå

Blåhø

From the mountain Blåhø 1617 metres above sea level you have a great view to the whole Nasjonalparkriket. Toll road to the top. Follow road signs from Vågåmo.

Vågå

Gjendebåtene

The Gjende boats have a regular service on lage Gjende in Vågå from the middle of June till the middle of September. We bring you right into the middle...

Vågå

Swimming in Vågå

For those looking for a bath, there is a possibility close to the centre of Vågåmo. At Vanglandet you can have a spectacular dive in fresh waters - muc...

Lom

Mímisbrunnr Klimapark 2469

Join us 70 metres under the ice – 6000 years back in time. Learn about climate development and a history of hunting spanning thousands of years. Explore the ice together with your family, and enjoy a real experience of the past.
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