HELL (Dagbladet): Any holiday activities in Norway is quite different than the other. In the Proposed in the Absence of a send the like to tourists high into the sky and all the way to the bottom. From the heaven and to Hell, simply. Let us explain in more detail.So you're going to Hell right: Hell is been an attraction for many guests. Now we are ready for a new season. Photo: Odd Roar Lange/The Busy Inspector Show more
Take of from the E6 at Fåberg north of Lillehammer and turns towards Gausdal and Rv 255, so you are on your way towards Hell. The same is you if you come from the north, and turns into the Rv at the power plant. You are on the right path.
Headquarters is the beautiful valley that for decades has been used as the gateway to the Jotunheimen mountains for fjellfarende.
you Should have read the Walter J. Clutterbuck and James A. Lee's travelogue "Three in Norway – by two of them" so have you been with on the beautiful journey through the Area on the way to the Gjende - through literature.
And on the way pass one, or preferably stop by, jettegrytene in Hell nature Park is Northern Europe's largest potholes.Turn On the LydErrorAllerede plus customer? Log into herError SEXY: Swedish Tage Bäck got a bit of a vision when he went walking in the woods. Reporter: Christian Wehus. Photo: Tage Bäck. View more Experience: The enormous jettegrytene is a nature experience you should bring with him in the summer. Photo: Ian Brodie View more Nature's work of art
They are up to 50 metres deep and 20 metres wide and made by nature itself for around 10 000 years ago. So is jettegrytene with wave-smoothed walls at the range in a row in the gorge. A gorge which was opened to the public after they were cleaned and prepared in 1954.This is the actual indrefileten of Norwegian travel experiences! qc
And now make tretrappene down in the canyon it easier for the visitors who stop at the visitors ' center and café at the main road. It is there only to take a trip the 200 metres down to the jettegrytene with the violent name. And here one can allow themselves to be impressed by nature adventures that rise up toward the sky. The name must have arisen in former times when you went through the Area with horse and buggy. It was difficult to negotiate exactly these jettegryteområdene, which thus got the name Hell.
today, it is a pure pleasure to visit them.The silent valley gorge: the Sky is far up there when you are down in the canyon. Photo: Ian Brodie Show more
The gloomy name notwithstanding, in this area you will find fine mountain lakes with mountain trout for those who want to try fishing.
And here is more traditional accommodations with hosts who will give you the knowledge you seek and the best tips to create the best memories together with your. This is the Area at its best, " says Camilla Maanum Trulsen, head of marketing at Visit Lillehammer and continues:
- Here you have a fantastic starting point to great hikes and beautiful nature. It is easily accessible with a short distance from the Lillehammer, Oslo and Eastern norway, incidentally – and still so untouched and peaceful.
In this beautiful part of the country, there is great sykkelmuligheter along the roads and trails as well as several cultural sites and natural phenomenon that one can explore. And it is the rental of canoes, kayaks, bikes, rowing boats and SUP boards at the properties. Active holiday in a quiet environment, with other words.Here you can rv camp in the summer natural Right to the sky
a 15-minute drive further north is the beautiful Route to the mountain Lodge with its own brewery and traditional Dalseter Høyfjellshotell. And it is here that they are happy to send you to the sky for high flying adventures. the
For the two accommodation and aktivitetsbedriftene have jointly built up the 12 metres high elgtårnet with six beds and with a fabulous panoramic view.
Here one should high up, overlooking one of Europe's oldest and largest elgtrekk areas.Host: Grethe Gillebo welcome to a new summer at Dalseter Høygfjellshotell. Photo: Odd Roar Lange/The Busy Inspector Show more
- Below you pull moose from the Nordmarka in Oslo, norway, through the Central and to the Glittersjå in Murudalen, tell Grethe Gillebo, host at Dalseter Høyfjellshotell.
- In this part of Norway there are over 1000 old fangstgraver from bygone times. From the property high above the ground, one can look out over the beautiful valley of espedalen also, and often a moose right up to the four-year-old tower, continues Gillebo, who heads the family business, where third generation hosting welcome to the hotel 930 m.o.h. the
In the summer, there are also opportunities to be on the rideleir and to be on the horse riding trips on icelandic ponies into the mountains.
Guests rent the whole tower and have the unique experience, which is a 25-minute leisurely walk from the hotel, for himself. the
And the bright summer nights provide unique experiences in Peer Gynts kingdom.
Here starts also the beautiful Peer Gyntvegen that goes over to the Gålå Peer Gynt-the amphitheatre. The Peer Gynt festival is cancelled for the summer, but in the festival-the week will it be held small concerts and adventures in the mountains. the
It may be a good idea after visited both heaven and Hell.
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