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Fishing in the Gudbrandalslågen, Norway - Photo: Knut Bry/Gudbrandsdalen Reiseliv
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Fishing in the Gudbrandalslågen, Norway Photo: Knut Bry/Gudbrandsdalen Reiseliv

Tourist information for the Gudbrandsdalen Valley

Visit a tourist information office to help plan your holiday in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley.

Tourist information for the Lillehammer Region

Lillehammer Tourist Information Office can help you book accommodation in hotels, guesthouses and at camp sites in Lillehammer and the surrounding areas. The office also provides brochures with information on what to see and do in Lillehammer and the region. You will find a small souvenir shop with a selection of traditional souvenirs and gifts on the premises.

Address: Jernbanetorget 2 (at the train/bus station), Lillehammer
Phone: +47 61 28 98 00
Email: info@lillehammer.com
Web: lillehammer.com

Tourist information for Rondane National Park

With offices in Bjorli, Dombås and Otta. 
Phone: +47 61 24 14 44
Email: info@rondane-dovrefjell.no
Web: www.rondane-dovrefjell.no

Tourist information for Jotunheimen

Jotunheimen Reiseliv AS is the tourist organisation for Jotunheimen (Vågå, Lom and Skjåk municipalities)

Phone: +47 61 21 29 90
Email: info@visitjotunheimen.com
Web: www.visitjotunheimen.com

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Fishing in the Gudbrandalslågen, Norway - Photo: Knut Bry/Gudbrandsdalen Reiseliv

Tourist information for the Gudbrandsdalen Valley

Visit a tourist information office to help plan your holiday in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley.

Tourist information for the Gudbrandsdalen Valley

Source: Visitnorway

About Gudbrandsdalen

The Lillehammer Region

Visit Lillehammer and enjoy attractions such as the Olympic arenas, Maihaugen and Hafjell. Explore the area by bicycle, on foot or on skis.

Key facts about Gudbrandsdalen

The Gudbandsdalen area consists of a main valley, with the smaller valleys of Gausdal, Espedalen, Vinstradalen, Heidal and Ottadalen.

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