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Bø I Telemark
Gygrestolen is a unique rock formation and a well-known landmark around Bø. The trail up to it is steep and difficult with an altitude difference of...
NOK 1 200,-
per 4-bedded cabin per night
This is a great path for families, it is well marked and have interesting tourist information about history and surroundings. Experience the summer coa...
Experience a fantastic panoramic view from the summit of Gaustatoppen which, at 1,883 metres, is Telemark’s highest and one of Norway’s most beautiful...
per person in double room - half board
Do you wanna have some action? Skien Gocart is the place!
Rjukanbadet is not just a swimming complex, but a centre for well-being and comfort.
Bø i Telemark
Bø river at the suspension bridge. Nice swimming grounds at the Bø river about 5.5km from Bø toward Seljord. Norheimtjønna. Right after Svenseid on the...
Øyfjell museum of local history has a rich collection of tools, traditional costumes, fine examples of rose painting and various curiosities.
A good place to stay - for you and your family
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.
Into the landscape
Few final adjustment works have finally brought to completion three wooden costructions along Seljord Lake, in the Telemark district of Norway. The three structures – a sauna, an observatory deck and a shelter for fishermen on the lake shore – have been designed and built
by a group of international students during a 10-days workshop led by Sami Rintala and Dagur Eggertsson in October.