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Dampsaga Paintball

Paintball equipment for hire, and 700 m² of indoor space available. Outdoor site by Mjøsa available during summer.

Brøttum

Softubs

Enjoy a SPA in the comfort of your own home! We deliver Softub spas for up to 6 people to your home, cabin or event, and we will fill it with clean, hot water. Ready for use immediately - indoors or outdoors.

Lillehammer

Nordseter-Pellestova-Reinsvatn (20 km)

A trip to the mountain plateau through a gentle and open landscape, and with Pellestova as the ideal spot for a break and a hot drink. Return on the western side of lake Reinsvatnet.

Lillehammer

Birkebeinerløypa (Sjusjøen-Lillehammer) 15 km

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

Lillehammer

Vingnesvika ice skating track

Vingnesvika ice skating track is suitable for all, and welcomes schoolchildren and recreational exercisers as well as tourists.

Lillehammer

The Olympic trails (16,7 km)

If you are in good physical condition, you should test your stamina along the Olympic 50 km cross-country trail. This was where Vladimir Smirnoff famously beat Bjørn Dæhli to the gold medal. The courses used during the Lillehammer Winter Olympics are considered the most challenging in the world.

Lillehammer

Nordseter-Hornsjøen (13,1 km)

Trip to Hornsjø and back. An excellent trail which is prepared as soon as the snow arrives. Hot drinks and lunch are available at Hornsjø Høyfjellshotell. Ideal for skiers with some experience.

Lillehammer

Nordseter-Melsjøen-Kroksjøen-Sjusjøen (22 km)

Cross-country ski trail usually prepared around Christmas. This roundtrip connects Sjusjøen and Nordseter, and offers the opportunity to return to Nordseter via the forest trail.

Lillehammer

Nordseterloipe to Lillehammer-19 km

From Nordseter you can ski all the way to Lillehammer partly following the Birkebeiner trail down to Lillehammer downtown.

Lillehammer

Inga Låmi (19 km)

The Inga-Låmi route starts at Birkebeineren Ski Stadium and runs in the opposite direction of the Birkebeiner route.
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