Eastern-Norway Ski Resorts

Eastern-Norway consists of seven counties: Oslo, Akershus, Østfold, Vestfold, Buskerud, Telemark, Hedmark and Oppland. Oslo, the nation's capital, is the heart of the region. This is the most populated region of the country and has a huge variety of cultural and outdoor activities to offer.

Telemark county is rich in traditions and folk art and is one of Norway's oldest tourist districts. The area has vast forest and mountain areas and many small farms. Morgedal, a mountain village that has the distinction of being the cradle of skiing, is today the home of an adventure park called Norwegian Ski Adventure. The Olympic city Lillehammer is situated in Gudbrandsdalen Valley in Oppland county, a district famous for winter sports. Jotunheimen is popular both summer and winter.
(Source: www.visitnorway.com)

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Eastern-Norway Ski Resorts FAQ

Eastern-Norway consists of seven counties: Oslo, Akershus, Østfold, Vestfold, Buskerud, Telemark, Hedmark and Oppland. Oslo, the nation's capital, is the heart of the region. This is the most populated region of the country and has a huge variety of cultural and outdoor activities to offer.

Telemark county is rich in traditions and folk art and is one of Norway's oldest tourist districts. The area has vast forest and mountain areas and many small farms. Morgedal, a mountain village that has the distinction of being the cradle of skiing, is today the home of an adventure park called Norwegian Ski Adventure. The Olympic city Lillehammer is situated in Gudbrandsdalen Valley in Oppland county, a district famous for winter sports. Jotunheimen is popular both summer and winter.
(Source: www.visitnorway.com)
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