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The wetlands in Dokka offer abundant wildlife and is Østlandet's most significant resting place for migrating birds.
Hadeland is a scenic rural area of rolling hills between Randsfjorden and forested hillsides.
The city of Oslo is so unique with it's close proximity to a huge forested area full of peaks and valleys for hiking up or biking down.
The region of Ål offers hikes for the whole family - whether you prefer short and easy hikes or something more demanding, and you will find the perfect fit for you in either forest terrain or on the high mountain plateaus.
Forollhogna is known as "the green National Park". The rolling hills and limestone bedrock provide for rich vegetation, a high diversity of species and plentiful space for grazing animals.
Discover the coastal landscape and archipelago sites in Norway's southernmost National Park.
Skjåk is known as the mountain village with little rainfall and hot summers, with Breheimen National Park in the south and Reinheimen in the north.
Kongevegen over Filefjell is a historical hiking trail showcasing everything from fjords and mountains to inland valleys.
Beitostølen is perfectly located at the foothills of the famous Jotunheimen mountain region. There is a plethora of adventures to experience through all four seasons from music festivals and sporting events, to trips to perfectly groomed ski trails and extensive hiking & biking trail networks.
Oppdal, located between Dovrefjell and Trollheimen is a paradise for those who like true mountain adventures.