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Setting sun in the Hardangervidda national park Setting sun in the Hardangervidda national park
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In the valley of medieval traditions

In Numedal the main attractions are the mountain heights. With stave churches and medieval roots you can also get a unique glimpse of Norwegian history.

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Rollag Stave Church in Uvdal
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Rafting in Uvdal
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Draisine in Uvdal
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Down hill skiing in Uvdal
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Getting here and around

  • Numedal train

    By train

    Several trains, operated by NSB (the Norwegian state railways), depart daily from Oslo and Bergen and stop at both Geilo and Kongsberg on the way. 

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  • Numedal bus

    By bus

    There are daily bus departures between Geilo and Kongsberg, with several stops in Numedal. Travel time between Kongsberg and Geilo is approximately three hours and 20 minutes. 

  • Numedal car

    By car

    The distance between Uvdal in Numedal and Oslo is 178 kilometres. If you go by car, travel to Kongsberg, then follow Rv40. Travel time is around three hours.

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  • Numedal local

    Local travel

    Numedal is a Cyclist welcome destination. Starting in the seaside town of Larvik, the Numedal cycle route takes you via the old mining town of Kongsberg to the high mountains of Dagalifjellet and Geilo. 

  • Numedal plane

    By plane

    Oslo Airport and Torp Sandefjord Airport are the closest international airports.

    From Oslo Airport, the Airport Express Coach and the The Airport Express Train have frequent departures to Oslo Central Station. From here, you can go by train or bus to Kongsberg and Geilo.

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