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Vinter i Oppdal
Cross-country skiing in Oppdal.
Photo: Martin I. Dalen
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Winter is easy in Oppdal

A summer in Oppdal will provide memories to last a lifetime, whether it’s an encounter with the musk ox, climbing to the top of a mountain, taking a refreshing bath in the wilderness, catching a fish, or sitting by the bonfire and gazing at the last sunbeams before the sun dives down behind a hill.

It takes some skill to get bored in Oppdal. A visit to this mountain village is perfect for those who are hunting for unique experiences. The breathtaking and easily accessible nature creates an environment in which you become the main character.

Through generations, the people of Oppdal have lived in harmony with nature, the weather, and the changing seasons. From this tradition, a distinctive cultural heritage has emerged in which the people have learned to make use of the resources that nature gives. Hunting cabins and summer farms, surrounded by old animal paths, provide rich and unique experiences for you as a guest.


Here in Oppdal, you will find a vibrant community that energizes you through good food, exciting shopping and other activities inside or outside.

Oppdal extends from Dovrefjell in the south, to Trollheimen in the north and has a long tradition when it comes to welcoming guests. Since the mid-1800’s, people have traveled to Oppdal to experience the summer in the mountains.

Welcome as our guest!

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