Photographer: Helge Stikbakke

National Tourist Routes

18 selected routes where you can experience the best of Norway’s beautiful nature from your car. Take your time and enjoy the journey.

 

What to see

On your journey through FjellNorway you will find a range of attractions, both natural and those created by humans. Among the region’s interesting heritage sites, you will find stave churches from the 12th century, as well as old farms and buildings.


What to see - FjellNorway
Natural attractions

Natural attractions

FjellNorway is rich in natural attractions. The mountain landscape has been shaped through millions of years, from being completely covered by glaciers to a verdant and beautiful landscape. High mountains, deep canyons, white-water rivers and foaming waterfalls.

Museums and galleries

Museums and galleries

Here are some of the museums you can visit in FjellNorway: Valdresmusea, RandsfjordmuseeneMjøsmuseet AS Gudbrandsdalsmusea, Maihaugen and the road museum Norsk Vegmuseum In additions, there are numerous smaller museums with various themes and exhibitions.


History and Heritage

History and Heritage

The region’s cultural heritage is being carried on through active usage. You can stay in timber hotels several hundred years old, visit stave churches and follow history back to the middle ages.

Towns and villages

Towns and villages

FjellNorway is home to many attractive villages and small towns. The Olympic towns of Lillehammer and Gjøvik are the biggest and most southerly towns with around 25,000 – 30,000 inhabitants.

Valdres is in the west of FjellNorway, where Fagernes is the regional centre, while Otta in the north is where the roads to Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen all meet. Beitostølen, Lom and Dombås are central and pleasant villages well worth a visit.


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