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Gjøvik Municipality has several good fishing lakes and has one common license for the entire municipality.
EXCEPT are the following small wat...
At the tourist office in Gjøvik, you may rent bikes, kickbikes and skateboards.
The bikes are well suited for all kinds of roads, but may also be use...
Experience a day of trolling and fishing in Inland Norway. Chartered guided tours on lake Mjøsa near Gjøvik, or further north on lake Einafjorden. Enjoy fishing for some of the world’s largest trout, or try vertical fishing for large hunting perch in Mjøsa.
The beautiful and varied landscape of the Synnfjellet mountains boasts a etwork of 350 km of well-prepared ski tracks. The tracks run through forests a...
Fishing on Mjøsa (Norways largest lake), Eina, Ihle and Landåsvatnet, check the links below to see details for each fishing area.
The ice fishing expe...
Ice fishing possibilities near Mjøsro:
- Pike and Perch on Mjøsa, Norways largest lake with more than 20 fish species.
- Perch and Trout on Ringsjøe...
The world´s oldest paddelstimer from 1856, and still plying the water of Lake Mjøsa. This floating museum features a restaurant and a cafeteria....
Gjøvik and Toten Guide Association is at your service, no matter if you are travelling alone or in a group. We provide guided tours in English, German...
Just 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Gjøvik, next to Hovdetun youth hostel, is the alpine skiing slope Hovdebakken, which is open every evening dur...