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Oyer, Lillehammer, NO, 2636

  • Phone: (47) 61 277777
  • Fax: (47) 61 05 65 10
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»Hunderfossen Familiepark

Hunderfossen Family Park is one of Norway's biggest tourist attractions. The park's theme is trolls and fairy tales and it offers more than 50 attractions, including a water park! It offers great fun for the entire family. No entrance fee for children with a height below 90 cm. Reduced entrance fee for handicapped people. All rides are included in the entrance admission. Parking offered at NOK40 a day. You are welcome to bring your own lunch. Check website for daily-changing hours.

Lillehammer, 2625


Covering an area of 10.50 square kilometers (4.05 square miles), Losna is a picturesque lake stretching up to 11 kilometers (6.83 miles). Nestled in Øyer and Ringebu municipalities, the lake belongs to the main catchment area of the Gudbrandsdalslågen river. Losna is surrounded by a mesmerizing landscape which makes it a popular picnic spot.

Fylkesveg 319
Ringebu, 2635

»Favang Stave Church

A 17th-century place of worship, Fåvang Stave Church is found in Norway's Ringebu municipality. Constructed around the year 1630, the church has been significantly reconstructed from elements of other such churches. Its pulpit and altar feature Renaissance architectural style. As it had been modified to a great extent, Fåvang Stave Church is not considered to be a complete stave church in Norway.

Fylkesveg 375
Ringebu, 2634


A wonderful ski resort developed during the Winter Olympics of 1994, Kvitfjell offers some exciting skiing challenges. It is known to be one of the few ski resorts to have its slopes open for skiing in the autumn. Kvitfjell offers alpine tasks that match the endurance of an Olympic winner as well as easy challenges suited for families. Experienced as well as novice skiing enthusiasts can take advantage of the wide range of facilities available at its terrain park. Please visit the website to know more about its hours of operation. 

Fylkesveg 383
Ringebu, 2634

»Ringebu Stave Church

Dating back to the 13th Century, Ringebu Stave Church is one of Norway's 28 such churches to still survive. In the year 1630, this medieval stave church was remodeled as a cruciform place of worship by Werner Olsen, a celebrated architect. The striking red tower was added in the year 1631. Of the original structure, only its nave exists. Several archaeological excavations were carried out on the church site. Nearly 900 ancient coins were discovered and most of these belonged to the medieval era.

Fylkesveg 379
Ringebu, 2630
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