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Find providers and contact information Family & Fun in Gudbrandsdalen, Lillehammer

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Lillehammer

Tyrili Climbing Centre

Welcome to Norway's most awesome climbing centre!

Lillehammer

Nordseter Fjellpark, Swimmingpool

The swimming-pool at Nordseter Fjellpark Sportell is open to all.The water is delightful and warm; and will always contain more than 29 degrees.

Sør-Fron

Rudi Gard (cultural farm)

Rudi Farm offers concerts, shows, exhibitions and catering, and is a working farm situated in a well-preserved cultural landscape featuring a number of heritage sites.

Vågå

Jotunheimen Lemonsjø Alpinsenter

Jotunheimen Lemonsjø Alpinsenter is an alpine centre located in Vågå.

Otta

Friday 01 May 2015 to Saturday 31 Oct 2015

Short trip rafting in Sjoa

This is a shorter version of the day trip in the River Sjoa, but still takes you through the best rapids.

Otta

Monday 01 Jun 2015 to Saturday 31 Oct 2015

Canyoning

Canyoning is quite a different wild adventure, as you traverse cliff tops, waterfalls and deep water pools, with the highlight of the trip being jumping and abseiling into narrow gorges.

Øyer

Lekeland Hafjell

Lekeland Hafjell - One of Norway's largest indoor playland located in region of Lillehammer.

Øyer

Lilleputthammer miniature town

Lilleputthammer is an adventure park for young and old, but where most of the activities are designed for children 1-8 years. Here you find a miniature copy of the famous main street - Storgata - in Lillehammer as it was back in the year 1930, built to a scale of 1:4.

Gålå

Frisbeegolf Gålå

Frisbeegolf is played like regular golf, but instead of balls and clubs you use a frisbee.

Lom

Norwegian Mountain Museum - Jotunheimen and Reinheimen National Park Centre

The Norwegian Mountain Museum is a natural stop for anyone with an interest in or feeling for the Norwegian mountains. The museum displays the interaction between people and the mountain landscape from the retreat of the ice age until the present day.
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