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Easily accessible and family-friendly Hallingdal
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Two national parks
A big variety of activities

The Geilo & Hallingdal region is conveniently located half-way along the Bergen Line railway (going from Oslo to Bergen) and road Rv7, which makes Geilo easily accessible all year round. The area is perfect for people that want to experience the nature, try something new or just take a relaxing vacation at one of the exclusive spa resorts.

There are plenty of activities to choose from, and a whole nature to explore. The town Geilo is a national park village, which means that it is located close to two of Norway's major national parks: Hallingskarvet and Hardangervidda. This gives you enormous possibilities when it comes to skiing, hiking and fishing.

Adventures Places to stay
Why choose Hallingdal
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Plenty of activities to choose from The Hallingdal region offer several family-friendly adventures all year round, ranging from cycling and hiking of all kinds to dog sledding, skiing and snowshoeing in the winter season.
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A variety of accommodations Geilo offers a large variety of accommodations, ranging from high standard hotels and resorts to cosy mountain lodges and cabins.
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Skiing With both high mountains and calm forests within close range, the opportunities for ski touring and cross-country skiing are perfect - (almost) regardless of skill level and weather.
 

Adventures

Top 3 summer hikes
This gorgeous hike features a river, a waterfall, and panoramic views. Be sure to take the short detour to Fjellstølhovda on the way back down where you can see…
10.58.ToString("0") km 4h
Demanding
See Hallingskarvet come closer for every step you take, you will feel the mountain and get some nice views all the way.
17.029.ToString("0") km 5h
Demanding
A fantastic long and demanding day hike over the National Park Hallingskarvet with possibilities for a overnight stay at the Lordehytta.
23.099.ToString("0") km 7h
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