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Brekkeseter at Høvringen in Gudbrandsdalen.
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Una vacanza nelle valli della Norvegia orientale non sarà mai noiosa o monotona. Inizia subito a programmarla riempiendo le tue giornate con i consigli del nostro esperto.

Tante valli per le tue vacanze

Ha lasciato i famosi fiordi, dove ha trascorso l’infanzia, per il misterioso entroterra della Norvegia orientale. Ove Gjesdal, nativo di Bergen, ora direttore del turismo di Lillehammer e della valle di Gudbrandsdalen, dice: “Mi sono lasciato velocemente entusiasmare dalle originali attività nella zona. C’è qualcosa di interessante tutto l’anno. Ho provato il ciclismo, lo sci e altri sport e sono stato conquistato dai festival culturali e dagli altri eventi per cui è nota questa regione”.

Mettiti al volante e scoprilo tu stesso: molte delle vallate della Norvegia orientale sembrano meravigliosamente infinite quando percorrendole inizi a fare soste spontanee o programmate per vedere i panorami e le numerose attrazioni. Il paesaggio sempre mutevole cambia senza preavviso da dolci colline a rilievi spettacolari.

Il viaggiatore avrà il vantaggio di trovare sia un clima piuttosto prevedibile sia una grande varietà tra le stagioni. Scopri come puoi visitare molte di queste valli nel tempo che hai a disposizione.

Dove andare
Sicuramente conosci la regione di Lillehammer per le Olimpiadi invernali del 1994 oppure per la serie di Netflix Lilyhammer. Ma se vuoi davvero… Read more
La regione di Lillehammer
Hafjell, Norway’s third largest ski resort, welcomes you to endless slopes, internationally known parks, and up-to-date ski adventures for all… Read more
Hafjell
At once tranquil and sublime, Rondane National Park is an ideal place to experience the mountains and highlands of Eastern Norway. Read more
Rondane National Park
According to National Geographic, the Besseggen ridge is one of the top 20 hikes in the world. Not surprisingly, it’s located in Valdres - the… Read more
Valdres
In the Gudbrandsdalen valley, one hour north of Lillehammer, Henrik Ibsen’s drama “Peer Gynt” is celebrated in one of Norway’s… Read more
Peer Gynt Festival
Its extensive forest and a host of walking, hunting and fishing options right on your doorstep makes Elverum well worth a visit… Read more
Elverum
Hallingdal is situated midway between Bergen and Oslo, with short distance to Western Norway's fjords, glaciers and waterfalls. Read more
Hallingdal
Rjukan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located close to the Hardangervidda National Park. The area is known for Gaustatoppen mountain peak and the… Read more
Rjukan
Cosa fare
Storgata in Lillehammer, with its charming wooden buildings, is an experience in its own right. With over 125 shops, Lillehammer should be able to… Read more
Lillehammer Town centre
Lillehammer Art Museum is a private foundation and was established 01.04.1994. The foundation is a further development of the 67 year old institution,… Read more
Lillehammer Art Museum
Maihaugen offers activities and experiences for the whole family. Enjoy the idyllic surroundings of this great open-air museum and experience life… Read more
Maihaugen Museum
Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena is the city's major landmark. Read more
Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena
The only bobsleigh and luge track in Scandinavia. Wheelbob available throughout the summer season. Read more
Lillehammer Olympic Bob- and Luge Track
Hafjell Bike Park is considered the best of its kind for downhill riding, and has expanded and developed the trail network and the riders' facilities… Read more
Hafjell Bike Park
Would you like to experience something fun and exciting this summer? Bring your family and friends to Hunderfossen Family Park in Lillehammer for a… Read more
Hunderfossen Amusement park
Christianity was introduced to Norway around 1000 AD, and in the years to follow some one thousand stave churches were built. Ringebu Stave Church… Read more
Ringebu Stave Church
Venabygdsfjellet forms part of a network comprising some 2,500 km of trails. Read more
Venabygdsfjellet, Cross-country Skiing
Muen - the highest summit in Ringebu! Read more
Muen
Enter the mythical country of Peer Gynt and the kingdom of the trolls as you follow this gravel road, which provides stunning panoramic views. Read more
Peer Gynt Road
With Northern Europe's largest potholes, Helvete Nature Park is an experience out of the ordinary! Read more
Helvete Nature Park
The trails run through a spectacular scenery ranging from pine forests down in the valley to breathtaking mountain terrain with the Ruten peak at… Read more
Espedalen, Cross Country Skiing
Hike over the Besseggen ridge The Besseggen ridge is one of the most popular day hikes in Norway and has reched a kind of cult status.… Read more
The Besseggen Ridge in Jotunheimen
An experience to remember ... In particular scenic surroundings situated Langedrag houses as a fairy-tale castle, 1000m overlooking the lakes and… Read more
Langedrag Nature Park
Get up close and personal with bears, elk, lynx and other exotic animals! In Bjørneparken our presenters will give free animal talks and escort… Read more
Bear Park
Flesberg stave church dating back to approximately 1150-1200, this church are famous for interior decorations. Church services are still held in the… Read more
Flesberg stave church
Rollag Stave Church The church is located a few kilometres north of the centre of the village Rollag. It was probably originally built in second half… Read more
Rollag Stave church
Nore Stave Church Nore Stave Church is located in Nore and Uvdal municipality in Buskerud. Nore Stave Church was built according to an architectural… Read more
Nore Stavkirke
Uvdal Stave Church, as it stands today, does not have its original appearance but is a result of steady expansion and modifications until the 1800s.… Read more
Uvdal Stave Church
Uvdal is a wonderful destination for anyone who loves the outdoors, and is a great starting point for excursions. Whether you are going for an hour or… Read more
Hardangervidda national park
Dove pernottare
A unique experience with overnight stay in the world's only moose observation tower. Read more
Moose observation tower
Gjendebu is beautifully situated by the west end of the lake Gjende, in the geographic centre of national park Jotunheimen, which is the most famous… Read more
Gjendebu Turisthytte DNT
Situated in the very heart of Jotunheimen right at the waterfront of magnificient lake Gjende, Gjendesheim Lodge offers a wide variety of activities,… Read more
Gjendesheim Tourist Lodge
Løstegård Hytter offers chalets in a beautiful landscape on the sunny side of Golsfjellet. Great views of the mountains. Suitable for those who want… Read more
Løstegård Hytter
For over 70 years, Ruten Fjellstue has been providing accommodation in traditional rooms in a friendly atmosphere to the visitor in the north of… Read more
Ruten Fjellstue
Situated amongst beautiful scenery and peaceful surroundings, we offer exciting activities, good food and ample meeting facilities. Scandic Valdres… Read more
Scandic Valdres
Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer: the best and most obvious choice for business travellers and families in Lillehammer. Read more
Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer
Squeezed in between the Hegge Fjord and Jotunheimen, Norway's highest mountain range, in the Norwegian province of Valdres, one can find the village… Read more
Herangtunet Boutique Hotel Norway
Geilo is a mountain town that offers many summer activities such as mountain walking, fishing and other outdoor activities. Geilo is also one of… Read more
HI Geilo Youth and Family Hostel
Lodge, cabin and apartment accommodation in the mountains 12 km from Lillehammer. Read more
Lillehammer Fjellstue og Hytteutleie
Lodge, cabin and apartment accommodation in the mountains 12 km from Lillehammer. Read more
Nordseter Apartments
Lodge, cabin and apartment accommodation in the mountains near Lillehammer. Read more
Nordseter Cabins
Havsdalsgrenda is siuated ski in/out in Havsdalen, with a beautiful view to Hallingskarvet. The apartments have high standard. Read more
Havsdalsgrenda Geilo
Tveitehaug cottages are high standard timber buildings arranged in a well-planned, agreeable manner, short distance from Ål ski centre. Cottage… Read more
Tveitehaug Hytteutleige
Spidsbergseter Resort Rondane is a family owned Mountain Hotel, situated on the Venabygds Mountain, also known as the Ringebu Mountain, in the… Read more
Spidsbergseter Resort Rondane
Nythun is a small hotel in the mountains, located in the Valdres region of Norway. We offer accommodation in rooms, apartments or a 4-bedroom cabin… Read more
Nythun Mountain Hotel
Geilolia Cabins presents the Donald Duck Cabin! Here you will sleep in Donald Duck bed linen and be a part of Donald's adventures. The Donald… Read more
Geilolia Hyttetun
Geilo Holiday offers, together with LEGO Norway, the whole family a great building experience! Live in a cabin filled with LEGO blocks, LEGO bedding… Read more
The LEGO cabin at Geilolia Hyttetun
If you like being in the mountain hiking, bicycling or skiing, Liatoppen Fjellstue is a great place to start. During wintertime there are ski trails… Read more
Liatoppen Fjellstue
The summer mountain farm in the Ryssendalen Valley originates from 1842 and is completely renovated and extended. There are two bed rooms, a spacious… Read more
Sørre Hemsing - summer farm accommodation
In the Gudbrandsdalen valley, right in the heart of the mountain village of Heidal, you will find Nordre Ekre. Surrounded by national parks, the… Read more
Nordre Ekre farm hotel and restaurant
At Brimi sæter we offer unique experiences and self-produced food. You get to know the farmyard and history, and learn about the process producing… Read more
Brimi Sæter
Apartments We have six apartments, three on the ground floor and three on the first floor, all with same-level access. The apartments are well… Read more
Nythun Mountain Hotel - Apartments
Mølla Hotell, the most charming hotel in Lillehammer is situated in the center of the city, not fare from the railway/buss station. Mølla Hotell has… Read more
Mølla Hotel
Fagernes Camping is a 4-star camping site, close to the town center of Fagernes and next to the Valdres Folk Museum. Open for accommodation all year.… Read more
Fagernes Campingpark
Fossheim Hotel is a historic and traditional hotel in the center of National Park Village Lom surrounded by the National Parks Jotunheimen, Breheimen… Read more
Fossheim Hotel, Lom - Jotunheimen
The Furulund Guesthouse is located in the heart of the Valdres region, between Oslo and Bergen. It dates back to the beginning of the 1900s. Furulund… Read more
Furulund Guest House
Skattebøl Fjellgard is beautifully located with views over lake Strandafjorden in Ål. This is a very old farm with barn and… Read more
Skattebøl Fjellgard
First Hotel Breiseth, established in 1898, is one of the classic hotels in Lillehammer. At the time of its opening, it was considered the most… Read more
First Hotel Breiseth
Gomobu Mountain Lodge is located at the small mountain village of Vaset in Valdres, 1000 msl. This is a great starting point for your mountain… Read more
Gomobu Mountain Lodge
Beautifully situated at the top of the valley of Espedalen, Dalseter has a wonderful view of the valley and the mountains in Jotunheimen National Park Read more
Dalseter Mountain Hotel
Budsjord is a historic, listed farm counting 18 buildings placed in the hillside of the Gudbrandsdalen valley between Dovre and Dombås. The pilgrim… Read more
Budsjord, the pilgrim farm
Haugseter Mountain Lodge is uniquely situated along the Jotunheimvegen by the Vinstervatn lake. We are a modern mountain lodge with 8 apartments (44… Read more
Haugseter Mountain Lodge
Thon Hotel Hallingdal is situated in the centre of Ål with shops, Ål culture centre and Ål station all within walking… Read more
Thon Hotel Hallingdal
A traditional first-class full service resort in the centre of Beitostølen close to shopping, restaurants and ski lifts. The hotel offers SPA,… Read more
Radisson BLU Resort Beitostølen
There are different ways to spent your holiday at Bøflaten camping, it's established with a big lawn with 50 electricity points. Beside that there's a… Read more
Bøflaten Camping
Nermo Hotel is a small, family run hotel dating back to 1877. At Nermo, you will find warm hospitality, friendly staff, first-class food and a… Read more
Nermo Hotell
Birkelund camping is situated in an ancient cultural landscape with long traditions in agriculture and mountain dairy farming. You can still find… Read more
Birkelund Camping
At Tyinholmen you will find unexplored nature, snow covered mountains all year, spectacular glaciers and waterfalls. The main lodge has several… Read more
Tyinholmen Høyfjellstuer
Furuhaugli lies protected among the birch trees at Dovrefjell, 1007m above sea level. Situated 800m away from the E6, it is a quiet and nice place to… Read more
Furuhaugli Turisthytter AS
High standard apartments in the center of Beitostølen. 4-7 beds, penthouse with loft. 50m to alpine center, cross-country trails, shops and… Read more
Beitostølen Gjestegaard AS
Bjørkestølen is a 4 star year-round family camping in Tisleidalen, located beside Tisleia River 800 m above sea level, midway between Fagernes and… Read more
Bjørkestølen Family Camping
Situated in the very heart of Jotunheimen right at the waterfront of magnificient lake Gjende, Gjendesheim Lodge offers a wide variety of activities,… Read more
Gjendesheim Tourist Lodge
Nordseter Hyttegrend is situated in beautiful surroundings at Nordseter, 850 meters above sea level and only 12 km from Lillehammer. Read more
Nordseter Fjellpark, Hyttegrend
Leira Camping & Cabin Centre is a family run establishment located near the Strandefjord, 3 km South from Fagernes. 11 cabins and 5 apartments of high… Read more
Leira Camping and Cabin Centre
Looking for condos to rent i Hafjell? Alpine Apartments Sorlia in Hafjell is Norway's first rental units with a thorough ecological profile. The… Read more
Alpin Apartments Sørlia
Eidsbugarden Hotel is a traditional hotel with a history that goes back to 1868 when the poet and mountain hiker Aasmund Olavsson Vinje built the… Read more
Eidsbugarden Hotel
Family-run hotel located on the mountain pass between Gudbrandsdalen and Østerdalen (Fv. 27). Excellent starting point for mountain hikes - summer as… Read more
Venabu Fjellhotell & Cabins
Filefjellstuene is located 900 m.a.s.l, by the old "King's Road" connecting East and West. It is easily accessible from the E16 between Oslo and… Read more
Filefjellstuene
Nøsen Yoga and Fjellhotell opened in 2015. We are located in magnificent and majestic surroundings and offer a rich variety of experiences for… Read more
Nøsen Yoga Retreat
Hunderfossen Hotell & Resort is only a 2 ½-hour drive from Oslo. The best choice if you are going on a holiday with your family, are taking time out… Read more
Hunderfossen Turistsenter
Bergo Hotel is located in the heart of Beitostølen. It has a unique, warm, pleasant and romantic atmosphere. The interiors echo the Valdres tradition… Read more
Bergo Hotel
Bardøla Høyfjellshotell has 26 cosy cabins situated in the forest behind the hotel. Enjoy peacefulness or the hotels facilities. Read more
Bardøla Høyfjellshotell - cabins
Gaustatoppen Turisthytte was built in 1893 and at a height of 1,850 meters, has the most fantastic views from the top of the mountain. Read more
Gaustatoppen Turisthytte
Kalhovd lies on the east bank of the Kalhovd Fjord, at the eastern rim of the Hardanger Plateau and is a natural gateway to the plateau. Read more
Kalhovd Turisthytte
Gaustablikk høyfjellshotell is situated in beautiful surroundings by the foot of Gaustatoppen. An ideal hotel for nature-lovers. Read more
Gaustablikk Høyfjellshotell, Appartement, Fjellhytter
Campsite, 30 km east of Rjukan, in Tinn Austbygd. Is sitauted in beautiful surroundings on the northern banks of lake Tinnsjøen. Read more
Sandviken Camping as
Cabins in the town centre. These cabins are copies of the first workers' houses built in Rjukan during the industrial revolution. Read more
Rjukan Hytteby A/S
Maarfjellstogo is an intimate cabin with 20 beds. The cabin is situated on the southern end of Mårvatn, on Hardangervidda. Read more
Maarfjellstogo
Den Lykkelige Sportsmann is situated at Destination Gaustatoppen and offers sleeping up to 18 persons. Read more
Den Lykkelig Sportsmann
Our small cabins have 2 beds, small kitchen, flat-screen TV and bath with shower and toilet. The price includes bedclothes, towel and final cleaning.… Read more
Rjukan Hytteby A/S
If you would like to stay a couple of days on a traditional mountain farm, Selstali has 2 nice log cabins for rent. There are sleeping accommodation… Read more
Selstali Seter
Scandic Elgstua – conference hotel in the middle of Hedmark. Scandic Elgstua opened June 1st, 2013. It is situated next to the Elgstua kro and… Read more
Scandic Elgstua
From the Caravanpark is direct access to the 80 km crosscountry trails. Langefonn Caravanpark has about 50 spaces with 220 wolt power outtake on the… Read more
Langefonn Caravanpark
Spidsbergseter Resort Rondane is a family owned Mountain Hotel, situated on the Venabygds Mountain, also known as the Ringebu Mountain, in the… Read more
Spidsbergseter Resort Rondane
Kvitåvatn Fjellhytter is a good choice if you prefer self-catering, whilst staying in the most stunning environment. Read more
Kvitåvatn Fjellhytter
Cabins in the town centre. These cabins are copies of the first workers' houses built in Rjukan during the industrial revolution. Read more
Rjukan Hytteby
Gaustatoppen Booking has the biggest selections of cabins in the Gaustatoppen area. Alle cabins are well-equipped and keep a very high standard. Read more
Gaustatoppen Booking - Cabins and apartments
High-standard cabins, winter-insulated and for rent year around. Elverum Camping is situated at Glomma River just outside the city centre. Elverum… Read more
Elverum Camping
Gaustatoppen Booking has the biggest selections of apartments at Destination Gaustatoppen. Read more
Gaustatoppen Booking - Apartments
Family-run hotel located on the mountain pass between Gudbrandsdalen and Østerdalen (Fv. 27). Excellent starting point for mountain hikes - summer as… Read more
Venabu Fjellhotell & Cabins
GudbrandsGard offers an unique experience, whether you come to relax with your family and friends, or you come to find inspiration with your… Read more
GudbrandsGard Hotell
Skinnarbu (1000 meters above sealevel) is located by Møsvatn lake overlooking the Hardangervidda mountain plateau. Read more
Skinnarbu Nasjonalparkhotell
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    Giorno 1: Oslo–Lillehammer

    Tempo stimato in auto da Oslo a Lillehammer:
    2 ore e 15 minuti
    Distanza: 183 chilometri

    La città olimpica di Lillehammer è situata all’estremità meridionale della valle di Gudbrandsdalen. Le tradizionali case di legno sulla strada principale, Storgata, ospitano graziosi negozi, ristoranti e attività culturali.

    Sosta per un visita al Museo d’Arte di Lillehammer e continua poi al Museo folcloristico all’aperto di Maihaugen. Termina agli impianti di salto con gli sci di Lysgårdsbakken, con in più la vista panoramica sulla cittadina. Fermati per la notte a Lillehammer.

    Giorno 2: Lillehammer–Hafjell–Hunderfossen

    Tempo stimato in auto da Lillehammer a Hafjell:
    20 minuti
    Distanza: 16 chilometri

    Tempo stimato da Hafjell a Hunderfossen: 7 minuti
    Distanza: 4 chilometri

    Da Lillehammer viaggia in direzione nord verso Hafjell, una delle maggiori destinazioni sciistiche norvegesi. In estate quest’area è considerata uno dei migliori bike park della Norvegia.

    Sull’altro versante della vallata l’attività più importante è il bob su ruote. Lì si trova anche il parco a tema dedicato alle favole, Hunderfossen Family Park, con proposte di pernottamento adatte alle famiglie.

    Giorno 3: Hunderfossen–Ringebu–Muen

    In auto da Hunderfossen a Ringebu: 40 minuti
    Distanza: 43 chilometri

    Da Ringebu a Muen: 30 minuti
    Distanza: 30 chilometri

    Continua verso nord attraverso la valle. Fai una sosta alla chiesa di legno di Ringebu prima di lasciare la strada principale E6 e dirigerti verso il monte Venabygdsfjellet. Esplora la montagna a piedi o a cavallo.

    Il monte Muen è un buon punto per una vista panoramica sul Parco Nazionale di Rondane. Trascorri la notte in un hotel o in un campeggio a Ringebu o nei dintorni.

    Giorno 4: Ringebu–Gålå–Elgtårnet

    In auto da Ringebu a Gålå: 30 minuti
    Distanza: 30 chilometri

    Da Gålå a Elgtårnet: 50 minuti
    Distanza: 40 chilometri

    Attraversa la valle a forma di U di Gudbrandsdalen partendo da Gålå. Questa località è nota per il suo festival teatrale all’aperto di Peer Gynt ed è anche un buon punto di partenza per percorrere in auto la Strada montana Peer Gynt che attraversa Fefor e scende dalla valle di Espedalen.

    Il lodge a forma di torre Elgtårnet è un posto ideale per osservare gli alci dall’alto. Più a sud le famose marmitte dei giganti a Helvete (“Inferno”) sono tra le più grandi nel Nord Europa.

    A group of people standing on the top of the Besseggen ridge in Jotunheimen
    Hiking the Besseggen ridge.
    Photo: Visitnorway.com / Espen Kristiansen / Field Productions

    Giorno 5: Elgtårnet/Espedalen–Fagernes

    Tempo stimato in auto: 2 ore e 40 minuti
    Distanza: 165 chilometri

    Visitare Valdres è la tappa naturale successiva. La cresta di Besseggen è stata classificata dal National Geographic come una tra le più belle escursioni a piedi del mondo, e Bukkelægret è un’altra escursione a 2.000 metri d’altezza. Il paesino di montagna di Beitostølen è situato ai piedi della catena montuosa di Jotunheimen.

    Il clima stabile di Valdres e dei suoi dintorni permette di garantire la neve durante la stagione invernale, il che lo rende una apprezzata destinazione sciistica. Assaggia la famosa trota semi-fermentata della zona, protagonista a novembre del Rakfisk festival.

    Puoi trovare proposte di pernottamento in diverse località come ad esempio nella cittadina di Fagernes.

    Giorno 6: Fagernes–Nesbyen o Elverum

    In auto da Fagernes a Nesbyen: 1 ora e 40 minuti
    Distanza: 90 chilometri

    In auto da Fagernes a Elverum: 2 ore e 40 minuti
    Distanza: 175 chilometri

    A metà strada tra Bergen e Oslo, Hallingdal offre molte attività. Questa valle ha aree ben attrezzate per escursioni, bicicletta e sci. Le piccole cittadine di Gol, Geilo, Ål, Nesbyen, e Hemsedal sono tutte eccellenti punti di partenza e offrono diverse forme di pernottamento. Per un incontro ravvicinato con gli orsi e altri animali tipici di queste zone della Norvegia visita il Langedrag Natur Park e il parco degli orsi Bjørneparken a Flå.

    Itinerario alternativo: a Elverum nella Østerdal
    La valle di Østerdal è stata formata dal Glomma, il fiume più lungo della Norvegia. A sud della cittadina di Glåmdalen la valle cambia nome e diventa la valle di Glåmdal. Queste valli  offrono numerose attività lungo e sul fiume e sulle montagne. Trascorri la notte a Elverum.

    Giorno 7: Nesbyen–Nore (Numedal)

    Tempo stimato in auto: 1 ora
    Distanza: 65 chilometri

    Numedal è la più meridionale delle grandi e rigogliose vallate della Norvegia orientale. Qui puoi visitare quattro chiese in legno, solidi ricordi di un ricco passato. La tradizione di Numedal quale rotta di commerci durante il Medioevo viene festeggiata ogni estate con la Middelalderuka, una settimana medioevale.

    Il Parco Nazionale di Hardangervidda è eccezionale per escursioni e per lo sci, e l’intera valle di Numedal si è specializzata nell’offerta di chalet di legno e altre confortevoli possibilità di pernottamento.

    Giorno 8: Nore–Rjukan

    Tempo stimato in auto: 1 ora e 50 minuti
    Distanza: 110 chilometri

    Da Numedal la strada per la piccola cittadina di Rjukan nel Telemark è caratterizzata dal fascino tranquillo della campagna norvegese. Rjukan è situata in fondo ad una valle insolitamente stretta, così stretta che è stato messo uno specchio solare in cima a una montagna per riflettere il sole invernale in basso sulla città.

    A poca distanza c’è il Parco Nazionale di Hardangervidda, con ottime opportunità di sciare o fare escursioni, a seconda della stagione. A 1.883 metri di altezza, dalla cima del monte Gaustatoppen, in una giornata limpida puoi vedere un sesto della Norvegia.

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