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Read more: Dagali Fjellpark - Ski resort Photo: Dagali Utvikling

DAGALI

Dagali Fjellpark - Ski resort

Dagali Fjellpark is a ski resort with much to offer for the whole family. The resort har a T-bar lift and 5 long slopes to suit both trained skiers and beginners. They also offer a separate beginners/childrens' area with it's own lift.
Read more: Nedremyrstølen Photo: Ål Utvikling AS

Hol

Nedremyrstølen

The summer farm Nedremyrstølen is on the road between Vats and Hol. There are cows, chickens, goats, rabbits and hens.  The dairy maid was awarded...
Read more: Geilo High Rope Course Photo: Fotograf Terje Bjørnsen, Geilo

Geilo

Geilo High Rope Course

Try Geilolia High Rope Course with different heights and levels. We have a total of 31 stations and 2 zip lines. Suitable from 12 years +. Open at...
Read more: Drambui

Geilo

Drambui

Our traditional horse drawn carriage tour is available to finish at our Norwegian Grillhytta (BBQ Cabin), where you will be delighted to find the fire...
Read more: Sylvias velvære

Geilo

Sylvias velvære

Sylvias Velvære offers various treatments at affordable prices. The clinic is open Tuesday to Thursday 12:00- 20:00, Friday to Sundat 10:00- 18:00....
Read more: Geilo Foot Clinic

Hol

Geilo Foot Clinic

Geilo Foot Clinic (Pedicure Clinic) is a modern clinic, with quiet, non-vibrating equiptment. Warm water is also used with the foot filing machine....
Read more: Geilolia Fun Park

Geilo

Geilolia Fun Park

Try our new outdoor play area at Geilolia Summer Park. Suitable for children 0-12 yrs. Free of charge! Open cafeteria next to the play area....
Read more: Paintball

DAGALI

Paintball

Dagaliopplevelser offer paintball all year. Paintball is a popular game for school trips, bachelor parties and other groups. You should be at least 6...
Read more: Horsebackriding - winter

Geilo

Horsebackriding - winter

A fun and challenging experience. The riding takes place mainly in Icelandic horses. They are active, but safe for those who are uncertain. If you want to ride a larger horse, tell us when you book. We have sturdy, Norwegian Dole horses who loves a ride in the snow.
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