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Combine the Peer Gynt Festival with these outdoor activities

The Peer Gynt festival takes place in a mountain region where nature experiences are waiting for the one that seeks them.
Peer Gynt vegen

Peer Gynt road
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Espedalen valley

Hiking and trekking in Peer Gynt's Kingdom

There are endless possibilities for hiking, trekking and biking around at Gålå. From the Peer Gynt festival venue, you can hike or bike at Valsfjellet, and a short drive away you can also find Feforkampen. Contact your hotel or a tourist office for more information on hiking and trekking in the Gålå region.

Make sure to use information from the Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) for maps and good advices for trekking in Norway.

Bike through the mountains

Go mountain biking for an exiting way of experiencing the Norwegian mountains. The biking paths are easily accessible, and there are routes fitting for all ages and physics.

In the Gålå area you have a vide range of possibilities for biking. Contact your hotel or a tourist office for map and more information about the trails. 

See the mountains from a horseback

Most of the hotels around the Gålå area offer horseback riding, or can assist their guests with booking a tour. Ask your hotel about possibilities for riding, or contact a tourist office in the Gudbrandsdalen valley for more information.

Thrilling white water rafting

White-water rafting in Sjoa is an adrenaline filled activity. The river runs from Gjende in Jotunheimen to Sjoa in the Gudbrandsdalen valley, where it flows into the river Gudbrandsdalslågen. With different levels of rafting, from easy to extreme, this is an activity fit for all ages and skills.

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Gålåvatnet.
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About the Peer Gynt Festival

Learn more about the festival events, and plan your trip to one of Norway’s largest cultural festivals.
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Gålåvatnet.
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Gålåvatnet
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Gålåvatnet.
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More about Peer Gynt

Find out more about Ibsen’s "Peer Gynt" and the historical Per Gynt that lived in the 17th century.
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Gålåvatnet.
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Peer Gynt vegen
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Peer Gynt vegen.
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Travel with Peer Gynt

Find your way to the Peer Gynt Festival events, and find trips to combine your festival experience with.
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Peer Gynt vegen.
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Gålåvatnet
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Gålåvatnet.
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Contact

Get all the information you need to contact the Peer Gynt Festival office all year around.
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Gålåvatnet.
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