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Sunndalsøra

Aursjøhytta - Mountain Lodge

Aursjøhytta can be used as a starting point for hikers and skiers who want to experience the dramatic and rugged landscape of Skrymtheimen, the Romsda...

Sunndalsøra

Grøvudalshytta - Monuntain Lo

Grøvudalshytta is situated in beatiful Grøvudalen, a pastry farm with exeptionally rich flora - approximately 85 % of Norway's mountain plants is fou...

Ålvundeid

Innerdal Mountain Lodge

Innerdal Turisthytte is an old family run business that has been in operation since 1889. Today it is run by Torill and Iver Innerdal. Here are 27 be...

Sunndalsøra

Gammelsetra - Mountain Lodge

Old and cosy summer pastry farm with 4 buildings. Good startout for hikes in Dovre- and Sunndal mountains or easy walks in the area. Nice area for...

Sunndalsøra

Eiriksvollen - Mountain Lodge

Eiriksvollen is suitadet at Fale in Sunndalen. The cabin is placed in beautiful surroundings close to Fale bridge, 10 min. from the road. It takes 6 ho...

Sunndalsøra

Loennechenbua - Mountain lodge

Nice little stone cabin with combined bed and living room for up to 4 persons. Previously a hunting cabin belonging to Harald J. Loennechen from Krist...

Gjøra

Vangshaugen - Mountain Lodge

Vangshaugen was built in 1910-1911 by the Englishman Ethelbert Lort-Philip who came to Norway for the first time in 1886 and built several beautiful mo...

Sunndalsøra

Raubergshytta - Mountain Lodge

Raubergshytta was built in 1949, on the exterior in natural stone. An extension was built in 1993, and at the same time the cabin was refurnished. The...

Gjøra

Vollasetra - Mountain Lodge

Vollasetra is a very nice summer mountain pasture by the entrance of Trollheimen. The cabins were built approx. 1860. Restoring began in 1996 and was o...

Øksendal

Phillipshaugen Lodge

At the feet of the mighty mountains of Øksendal the English Gentleman Ethelbert Lort-Phillips built Phillipshaugen lodge in 1899. Lort-Phillips was one...
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