Peer Gyntvegen, 2652 Svingvoll, Norway
About Peer Gynt
The Peer Gynt Road is a 60-kilometer-long tourist mountain road, named for the folkloric character Peer Gynt. It is a toll road. It runs in the east of Norway in Innlandet county with views of Jotunheimen, along with the villages Skeikampen, Fagerhøy, Gålå, Fefor, and Dalseter. The road is only open in the summer, mostly from the 1st of June, and is closed when the snow starts.
Attractions near Peer Gynt
A beautiful mountain located in the heart of Innlandet and it is very suitable for trekking, skiing and so more. Daily a lot of people visit this place and it has a lot of history to say.
This is a ski enthusiast’s paradise. Peace, quiet, and numerous prepared runs allow you to perfect your skiing without the queues or masses of tourists. The snow arrives in October and stays until late April, and we offer skiing and snowboarding to suit everyone. Slopes of all types and for every skill level.
Ringebu Stave Church dates back to around 1220 and is one of the country’s 28 remaining buildings of its kind. The church is located in Ringebu in Gudbrandsdalen, approx. 60 km north of Lillehammer, and is open to the public during the summer season. It is one of the main pilgrimage and tourist center in this area.
Located between Valdres and Gausdal and has a unique low-mountain landscape and extensive marshes in the south and northwest, and heights up to 1500 m.a.s.l in the north. Langsua offers many hiking- and cycling opportunities in light mountain terrain. The park consists of a total protected area of 537.1-square-kilometer.
udbrandsdalen is a valley and traditional district in the Norwegian county of Innlandet. The valley is oriented in a north-westerly direction from Lillehammer and the lake of Mjøsa, extending 230 kilometers toward Romsdalen. The river of Gudbrandsdalslågen flows through the valley, starting from Lesjaskogsvatnet and ending at Mjøsa. The Otta River flowing through Otta valley is a major tributary to Lågen.
Lillehammer Art Museum is an art gallery located in Lillehammer, Norway. The museum was founded in 1921 as a gift from merchant Einar Lunde. It has three main collections: one consisting of over 100 paintings from adherents of the Matisse school, donated by Einar Lunde from the 1920s. In 1958, antique dealer Oscar Johannesen donated his entire collection from the 19th century. In 2008, Jon Dobloug donated major parts of his collection including 159 paintings dating from the 1980s and 1990s.
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