Prestholtseter a farm cafe based on traditions. Prestholtseter is located by Hallingskarvet at 1242 m, by Hallingskarvet National Park. It is a popular destination both summer and winter. The café offers waffles, buns, the local specialties "lefsekling" (thin, sheet bread), "Rummebrød" (thin cakes made with sour cream), cakes, omelets, buns and rolls. In summer you can also get cured meats and tasty sour cream porridge
By Prestholtseter you will find great hiking in the summer and cross country tracks in the winter. In summer you can hike on dirt roads or paths, either flat or the Prestholt stairs up to the top of Hallingskarvet Mountain.
In summer the road goes all the way to Prestholtseter (toll road). In winter there are ski trails that are groomed daily, from Havsdalen and from Ustaoset.
Prestholtseter offers catering for groups from 15 -100 people for dinner or lunch. A nice layer at the base of Hallingskarvet provides a unique and beautiful setting for the event.
Prestholtseter was built in 1904 and has been in the family Uthus since.
In the beginning it was a pure summer farm, where they sold products that they produced themselves.
Opening hours winter:
Normally, Prestholt opens in week 7 in February, every day until Skarverennet in mid-April.
Opening hours summer:
The road usually opens around July 1st. Check for updated information on Facebook. Tolls Kr. 40 cash or Vipps.
Prestholt café normally opens in early July to mid-August, every day. After that only on the weekends of the autumn holidays until week 40, around the last week in September.