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Read more: Skibus Photo: Marit Botnen

Tinn

Skibus

Fjellbussen is a free shuttle service between Rjukan and Gaustablikk.
Read more: Håvardsrud Alpine farm Photo: Nancy Bundt

Tinn Austbygd

Håvardsrud Alpine farm

The Håvardsrud farm has mainly been a dairy farm, but it was always necessary to diversify to be able to make a living there.
Read more: Lufsjå Turisthytte Photo: Fleger

Rjukan

Lufsjå Turisthytte

At 1,230 m.a.s. on the southeast side of Lake Lufsjå you will find Lufsjå - a good startingpoint for exploring the Hardangervidda Mountain Plateau.
Read more: Krossobanen Photo: Willy Kittelsen

Rjukan

Krossobanen

Krossobanen was built in 1928 and was a gift from Norsk Hydro, so the townspeople could get up to see the sun during the winter.
Read more: Sunny days in Rjukan Photo: Marte Christensen_NTB_Tinn Kommune

Rjukan

Sunny days in Rjukan

Who could imagine that the citizens in Rjukan could invite you to sunny days wintertime?
Read more: Gullsmed Sando Photo: Gullsmed Sando

Rjukan

Gullsmed Sando

Goldsmith Sando is a local goldsmith with many years of experience.
Read more: Gaustatoppen Hostel/Kvitåvatn Fjellstoge Photo: Gaustatoppen Vandrerhjem

Rjukan

Gaustatoppen Hostel/Kvitåvatn Fjellstoge

Affordable accommodation in the Gausta area at Gaustatoppen Hostel.
Read more: Rjukan - Town Centre Walk Photo: Vandretelemark

Rjukan

Rjukan - Town Centre Walk

THE MAJORITY OF THE POPULATION in this narrow valley emigrated to America in the 19th century. But where others saw problems, the entrepreneurand...
Effort level
  • Easy
Duration
  • 1 hour
Season:
All year
Read more: Café Nye Tider Photo: Fotograf Jacobsen

Rjukan

Café Nye Tider

Modern coffee shop in the town centre of Rjukan.
Read more: Guided skitrips between Blefjell and Hardangervidda Photo:  Hovinheia KulTurStasjon

Hovin i Telemark

Guided skitrips between Blefjell and Hardangervidda

Hovinheia KulTurStasjon offers guided backcountry skitours into woody and mountain areas.
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