Nesbyen is well known as one of the best places in Norway for downhill biking and trail biking. Drop by the Tourist Information for maps and good tips on where to start in regards to your comfort level or check out the trail guide website (you can change to English language) with an overview of the majority of trails in our area. A great trail for beginners are the newly built TryteTrøkket.
The golf course is situated at 700 metres above sea level, well sheltered from the wind. The greens are wide and surrounded by small strips of tall pine trees.
The course has 9 holes with 3 teeing grounds per hole. Red, white and yellow teeing grounds, the white is approximately 3,100 metres long - par 37.
Practice greens, driving range and putting green. A café offering light dining and a proshop are also to be found at Nesbyen Golf Alpin.
The gentle landscape invites you to go fishing. The terrain is easy, and there are plenty of ponds and lakes to choose from. Hallingdalselva river in Nesbyen is also a favorite among anglers. Make shure to buy the proper license before fishing. Drop by Intersport at the shopping centre to buy your license.
Fagerhøy Fjellstue and Ranten Hotell have canoes and rowing boats for hire on the idyllic Lake Mykingsjøen. Liodden Camping offers canoeing on Hallingdalselva river.
Nesbyen is considered one of Norway’s warmest places during summer, and holds the Norwegian heat record of 35,6 degrees Celsius. Pick a spot along Rukkedøla River, or find a mountain pond all to yourself. Lake Trytetjern is a local favourite spot for swimming and fun in the water.
Nesbyen is the "old town" in Hallingdal. The village was the administration centre in the valley in the nineteenth and much of the twentieth century. You will find old houses in an idyllic part of the village, just by the museum and in the middle of the modern business quarters. Cosy cafés and galleries can also be found there.
Contact Langedrag Nature Park for more information on available riding classes.