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Nordseter Fjellpark, Snowshoeing

Snow Shoe Walking at Nordseter is a unique experience - it fits everybody, independently of age, size or nationality. We have both rental and shop at Nordseter Fjellpark

Fåberg

Kid's farm Hunderfossen

The farm features Norwegian farm animals – both small and large – and a genuine fox! In total 23 different species, including deers. Be prepared for a close encounter with the animals.

Lillehammer

Birkebeinerløypa (Sjusjøen-Lillehammer) 15 km

The Birkebeiner Trail runs from Rena to Lillehammer and is 54 km long.

Fåberg

Jorekstad

1350 square metres of pool area where you can exercise, jump in, dive, enjoy a sauna or simply relax in the Jacuzzi while the kids have fun on the water slide or the climbing wall. When you get hungry, you can have a bite to eat in the cafe.

Lillehammer

Strandtorget

Strandtorget Shopping Centre, Lillehammer, Norway The other centre is Strandtorget Shopping Plaza by the river, benefiting from the development of an o...

Lillehammer

Lillehammer Sentrum

Storgata in Lillehammer, with its charming wooden buildings, is an experience in its own right. With over 125 shops, Lillehammer should be able to satisfy even the most demanding of shoppers.

Lillehammer

Natrudstilen-Sjusjøen (17,8 km)

Ski trail prepared as soon as the snow arrives, and which connects the cross-country skiing facilities at Natrudstilen and Sjusjøen. The route is ideal for novice skiers, and is highly popular throughout the winter season. Both Sjusjøen and Natrudstilen can be used as starting point, and a roundtrip is possible as the trail form part of a network.

Lillehammer

Sjusjøen

Sjusjøen's trails border the trail network in the Nordseter, Øyer, Hafjell, Lillehammer, Åstadalen, Rena and Hamar region. In total, over 2,500 km of t...

Brøttum

Professional ski teacher and guide

Once you understand the basic technique of cross-country skiing, it is largely a question of practice. Having said that, the first lesson is all important. There are some things you need to know that are hard to work out by trial and error. You really need a good teacher because even experienced skiers often can't explain what they are doing....
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