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Buskerud [ˈbʉskəˈrʉːd] is a county in Norway, bordering Akershus, Oslo, Oppland, Sogn og Fjordane, Hordaland, Telemark and Vestfold. The county extends from the Oslofjord and Drammensfjorden in the southeast to Hardangervidda mountain range in the northwest. The county administration is located in Drammen.
Cities, towns & villages in Buskerud
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GulsvikGulsvik is a village in the municipality of Flå in Buskerud, Norway. It is located in Hallingdal at the north end of Lake Krøderen. The center of the village lies at Gulsvik Rail Station. Bergensbanen railway terminated at Gulsvik Station from 1908 until the line was completed in 1909. With its location at the top of Lake Krøderen, Gulsvik was a key port on the lake. When the ferry over Lake Krøderen was established, Gulsvik became the natural port on the northern side, with accommodations for tourism. Show Gulsvikon the map
SundvollenSundvollen is a village in the municipality of Hole, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Sundvollen is located along the east side of Tyrifjorden where the E16 crosses west over Steinsfjorden, the northeastern arm of Tyrifjorden, to Kroksund. The village had 801 inhabitants as of January 2009. Show Sundvollenon the map
NesbyenNesbyen is a town in Nes municipality in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Nes is the administrative center of Nes municipality. Nes is located in the traditional district of Hallingdal. Nesbyen has a population of about 3,500 inhabitants. It is located on the Bergen Line railroad which runs between Oslo and Bergen. Nesbyen Station was opened in 1907 when the Bergen Railway was opened to Gulsvik. Nesbyen is located on Norwegian National Road 7. Nesbyen is listed as the location with the highest recorded temperature in Norway, with a record of 35.6°C. set on 20 June 1970. Show Nesbyenon the map
VikersundVikersund is a town of 2,748 (in 2009) inhabitants in the municipality capital of Modum, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Show Vikersundon the map
HvittingfossHvittingfoss is a village in the municipality of Kongsberg in Buskerud, Norway. Hvittingfoss has traditionally been associated with the manufacture of pulp, paper and paper products. Show Hvittingfosson the map
GullaugGullaug is an unincorporated village at Lier municipality in Buskerud, Norway. Gullaug is located between Lierbyen, Røyken and Drammen. Geographically, Gullaug is an area that encompasses little more than a small commercial area and local shops, but locals apply the label to the entire area stretching from Lierkroa in the north, Lahell in the south, Amtmandsvingen in the east and Spikkestad in the west. This is the area that is served by the Gullaug school. Show Gullaugon the map
ÅskollenÅskollen is a part of the borough of Tangen-Åskollen in the city of Drammen, is one of the eight districts in Drammen and had 6,123 inhabitants (2002). Tangen-Åskollen is located south-east of the city centre. Before 1964 Åskollen was a part of Skoger municipality. Traditionally the communities of Tangen and Åskollen were principally engaged in agriculture and forestry. Seafaring and shipbuilding were early industries. Dating from the early 19th century, a number of companies developed along the shoreline, including an iron foundry from 1847. Show Åskollenon the map
SpikkestadSpikkestad is a population center in the Røyken municipality in Norway. It is located in the northern part of the Hurum Peninsula, closer to the Drammen Fjord than the Oslo Fjord. Spikkestad railway station was opened in 1885 to link Asker to Drammen. The village was named after the farm \"Spikkestad\", as the station was built on its lands. In the early 1970s, a tunnel was built which made the trip between these places shorter, and most of the train track was closed. Spikkestad became the end terminus of Spikkestadbanen, and there are still trains running every half-hour. Show Spikkestadon the map
ÅmotÅmot is a village in Modum municipality, Norway. Located just south of Geithus, the two villages have grown closer to each other. They have a combined population of 5.694. Four waterfalls (Embretsfoss, Døvikfoss, Kongsfoss and Haugfoss) in the immediate vicinity have contributed greatly to the industrial history of Åmot. These waterfalls have served to power several hydroelectric plants. Kongsfoss kraftverk is a hydroelectric power plant first built in 1920. The present power plant was put into operation in 2004, utilizes waterfall from Kongsfoss on the Simoa. Embretsfoss kraftverk was first put into operation in 1916, and utilizes the waterfall at Embretfoss on the Drammenselva. Additional power plants were added in 1921, 1954 and 2013. Haugfoss kraftverk is a hydroelectric power plant wh Show Åmoton the map
UstaosetUstaoset is a village in Hol municipality, Buskerud, Norway. Ustaoset is situated 990 meters above sea level. It is the finish for the cross country ski event Skarverennet. Ustaoset first came to prominence in 1909 with the opening of the Bergen Line (Bergensbanen). The rail line between Oslo to Bergen provides year-round access to this high mountain valley. Ustaoset has a rail station on the Bergen Line running between Geilo and Finse, as well as a hotel and mountain resort cabins. Families from both cities built cabins, some now over one hundred years old, from which they could ski in the winters and hike in the summers. Reaching the summit of the Folarskardnuten, highest point in the region (1,933 m), on skis or on foot is a notable achievement.Because of Norway's strict controls over b Show Ustaoseton the map
HallingbyHallingby is a village in Ringerike municipality in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Hallingby is located north of Hønefoss, along the European route E16 towards Valdres and Western Norway. Hallingby was the administrative centre in the former municipality Ådal, which became a part of Ringerike in 1964. Hallingby was also one of five stations on the now defunct Sperillbanen, an abandoned railway which ran through Ringerike between the village of Hen and the port at Finstad on Lake Sperillen. Show Hallingbyon the map
NesNes i Ådal is a small village in Ådal in the Norwegian municipality Ringerike. The village lies on both sides of the river Begna, just northern of the river's outlet in Lake Sperillen, It is situated on the E16 Highway north of Hønefoss, towards Valdres and Vestlandet. The road to Hedalen splits off from the E16 at Nes. Nes is a common Norwegian place name. In Old Norse, the word Nes means headland or promontory. In the case of Nes i Ådal, the name derives from the old urgården Nes, which in medieval times was below diocese of Hamar. Show Neson the map
HenHen is a small village in Ringerike municipality, in Buskerud, Norway. Hen is situated between Hønefoss and Hallingby in Ådal. Hen is located near the Hensfossen waterfall on the Ådal River (Ådalselva). Timber was floating down the Ådal River, which in the past had both a sawmill and pulp mill, both of which are now closed. Hensfoss kraftverk is a hydroelectric power plant powered by the water fall from Hensfossen. The power plant was put into operation in 1946 and modified in 1950 and 1951. Show Henon the map
ÅssidaÅssiden is the largest borough of Drammen in Buskerud county, Norway. Åssiden was a part of Lier municipality until 1951, when it became part of Drammen municipality. Åssiden is located on the western side of Drammen, north of the Drammenselva. Historically Åssiden was the location through which lumber was transported via Drammenselva into the city. Åssiden Elvepark is a park which was built on old landfill sites by the Drammenselva. Show Åssidaon the map
DarbuDarbu is a village within the parish of Fiskum, in the municipality of Øvre Eiker, Buskerud County, Norway. Darbu is located on the Sørland Line Railway, 81.61 km from Oslo, about midway between Kongsberg and Hokksund. The rail station was opened in 1871 when the railway branch line Hokksund - Kongsberg was completed. The population of the village was 508 as of 2009. Show Darbuon the map
SætreSætre is a village in the municipality of Hurum, Buskerud county, Norway. Sætre is situated on the west side of the Oslofjord, about 45 kilometers south of Oslo. Its population was 3,195 (2006), of which 77 people live within the border of the neighboring municipality Røyken. Engene Explosives Historic Industrial Museum (Engene Industrimuseum) was established on the site in 1983. The explosives historical museum was closed in 2007, based principally on safety concerns. At present, the museum site is temporarily protected. Show Sætreon the map
SolbergelvaSolbergelva is a village in Nedre Eiker in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Solbergelva is a suburb of Drammen, Norway. The village lies north of the Drammenselva, approximately 6 miles west of Drammen. It is part of the Nedre Eiker municipality and has about 5500 inhabitants. Annually Solbergelva hosts Solbergfestivalen, its own festival at the end of May. Solberg SK is one of the leading bandy teams in Norway. Show Solbergelvaon the map
Geilois a centre in the municipality of Hol in Norway, in the valley of Hallingdal, with around 2,300 inhabitants. The Bergen Line facilitated Geilo's development as the first skiing resort in the country, and it is still one of the largest. It is also famous for having some of the most luxurious and expensive holiday cabins in Norway. Show Geiloon the map
LierbyenLierbyen is the administrative center of Lier municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The village is situated on the Lierelva River in the valley of Lierdalen which extends from Drammensfjord north toward Sylling near Tyrifjorden. Lierbyen is located about 39 km from Oslo, about 8 km from Drammen off European route E18. Lierbyen is a part of a greater urban area which also encompasses the villages Lier, Reistad and Kjellstad. The urban area has a population of 4,233 (2007). . Show Lierbyenon the map
GeithusGeithus is a village in Modum municipality of Buskerud, Norway. It is situated between the villages of Åmot and Vikersund. Geithus is located where the southwestern arm of Tyrifjorden ends and drains into Drammenselva. Geithusbrua is a cable bridge, that spans the junction where Tyrifjorden turns into Drammenselva. There are two hydroelectric powerplants; Geithusfoss kraftverk and Gravfoss kraftverk. The area around Geithus in forested. Originally, there was an active pulp and paper industry in Geithus principally through the operation of Katfos Fabrikker. Production of paper, pulp and celluose started in 1898. The operating was sold to Norske Skog Follum in 1970 and production stopped in 1983. Show Geithuson the map
HolmsbuHolmsbu is a small village located in Buskerud, Norway. Holmsbu is situated in the municipality of Hurum on the west side of the peninsula of Hurumlandet on Drammensfjord. The village had 309 residents as of 1 January 2014. The seaport village was granted city status (ladested) in 1847 but lost its status in 1964. Show Holmsbuon the map
VeggliVeggli is a village in the municipality of Rollag, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Veggli is located about 66 kilometers north of Kongsberg. It is located in the traditional district and valley of Numedal. It is situated on the Numedalslågen River, near the mouth of Nørdsteåas estuary. Its population in 2005 was 292. Veggli Church (Veggli kirke) in Kongsberg deanery. It was constructed of wood and designed by Architect: Chr. H. Grosch. The church has 160 seats. The church I dates from 1859 and has protected status listed. Show Vegglion the map
KlokkarstuaKlokkarstua is a village and the administrative centre of the municipality of Hurum, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. It is located on the southern part of Hurumlandet, the peninsula between the Oslofjord and Drammensfjord. Highway 289 (Rv289) runs through the village and meanders west down to the Drammensfjord, where the ferry goes on to Svelvik. This is the location for a production plant of Rottefella ski bindings. It also has a sports complex. Klokkarstua is the site of Hurum Town Hall and Hurum Church. Its population (2005) is about 700. Show Klokkarstuaon the map
DagaliDagali is a small mountain village in Buskerud, Norway. Dagali is located in Hol municipality. The village stretches from Pålsbufjorden on the east to the border of the Hardangervidda National Park in the west, a distance of approximately 40 km. The river Numedalslågen runs though the village. Dagali had an airport, Geilo Airport, Dagali, that is no longer in use. The site is currently used by DagaliOpplevelser, which offers outdoor recreational activities including water rafting and snowmobiling. Show Dagalion the map
NoresundNoresund is a small village in Krødsherad in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Noresund is located on Lake Krøderen. Highway 7 (Riksvei 7) passes through the village. Norefjell Ski Area is located 3 kilometers northwest of Noresund. The population of Noresund is 331 (2006). Show Noresundon the map
ÅrosÅros is a village in Røyken municipality in Buskerud, Norway. Åros is located on the peninsula of Hurumlandet along the western side of the Oslofjord. The river Åroselva, which has long been a reliable source of power for sawmills, runs through the village. Åros is situated north of the village of Sætre, about 40 km south of Oslo and 25 km southeast of Drammen. Norwegian County Road 11 (Fylkesvei 11) runs through Åros from Krokodden to Sætre. The closest railway station is located at Røyken. The population of Åros (2005) is about 1 142. Show Åroson the map
HønefossHønefoss is a town in Buskerud county, Norway, and the center of the municipality of Ringerike. It is located 63 kilometres northwest by road from the Norwegian capital of Oslo. In 1852, Hønefoss received town status and was separated from Norderhov. Hønefoss celebrated its 150th year of township in 2002. In 1964, Hønefoss ceased being a separate municipality and became part of Ringerike. Show Hønefosson the map
TorpoTorpo is a small village in Ål municipality, in Buskerud County, Norway. Torpo is located in Hallingdal between the municipal centers of Ål and Gol. The village has 405 inhabitants per 1 January 2009. Previously Torpo was a stopover on the Bergen Railway. The station, which is in Art Nouveau style, is closed but still standing. Torpo stave church is the biggest attraction in the village. Torpo stave church was built around 1190 - 1200 . It has a steady stream of visiting tourists during the summer. Show Torpoon the map
BødalenBødalen is a village in Røyken municipality of Buskerud, Norway. Bødalen is located on the Oslofjord, west of Oslo, Norway. Bødalen is located about 35 km south of Oslo, and for statistical purposes it is regarded as a part of the Oslo metropolitan urban area. North of Bødalen and its vicinities is a continuous residential area that continues throughout Asker and Bærum to Oslo. It is situated adjacent to Slemmestad and 25 kilometers east of Drammen. Show Bødalenon the map
RødbergRødberg is the administrative centre of Nore og Uvdal municipality, Norway. Rødberg is located in the Norwegian traditional district and valley of Numedal. Its population (2005) is 468, and it is located on the Rødberg dam (Norwegian: Rødbergdammen) on the Numedalslågen River. The local power stations, Rødberg Nore 1 in operation 1928 and Nore 2 in operation since 1946, utilize waterflow from the Rødberg Dam. The plants are affiliated with Statkraft, the Norwegian state owned electricity company. Show Rødbergon the map
SkollenborgSkollenborg is a small village in the municipality of Kongsberg in Buskerud county, Norway. Skollenborg is situated in the valley of Numedal on the Numedalslågen River. The village is located at the intersection between Norwegian county roads FV40 and FV286 which leads to European route E134. It is situated 86 km from Oslo and about 46 km from Drammen. The population of the village was 323 (2014). The village of Skollenborg is the site of Skollenborg Station (Skollenborg stasjon), a railway station on the Sørlandet Line. The station is served by local trains between Kongsberg via Oslo to Eidsvoll operated by the Norwegian State Railways. Show Skollenborgon the map
NakkerudNakkerud is a small village in Ringerike municipality, Buskerud, Norway. Its population is 350. Nakkerud is located on Norwegian National Road RV35 about 70 km from Oslo. The village is situated along the western banks of Tyrifjord on the border with Holleia in Modum. It once had a train station on Randsfjordbanen. Nakkerud was founded on the mining of copper, cobalt and nickel. In 1675, copper deposits were found at Åsterudtjern a pond on Holleia which led to regular mining in the area. In 1789, the mine was extended by including the production of cobalt. Ringerike Nikkelverk was established in 1848. The operation lasted until 1920. Show Nakkerudon the map
LampelandLampeland is a village located in Buskerud, Norway. It is the administrative centre of Flesberg municipality. The population of the village as of 2013 was 521 residents. Lampeland is situated in the traditional region of Numedal. It is located on the east side of the Numedalslågen River. It is about 22 km north of Kongsberg, 60 km from Drammen and 100 km from Oslo. The village can be reached on Norwegian County road (Fylkesvei 40) which runs between Geilo and Larvik. Lampeland Hotell was established in the village during 1948. The hotel includes a restaurant, conference center and meeting rooms. Show Lampelandon the map
DrolsumDrolsum is a small village in Modum municipality in Buskerud, Norway. Drolsum is located on the western bank of Tyrifjorden on Norwegian county road 35 (Fv 35) which runs between Langebru in Øvre Eiker and Tønsberg in Vestfold. Drolsum had a train station (Drolsum stoppestedon) in the Randsfjordbanen between Vikersund and Nakkerud. The rail station was opened during 1903.The original station building was demolished and replaced with a new office in 1946. Around 1973 it downgraded to stop. It is listed on the Norwegian National Rail Administration Network and is not officially closed. [1] Show Drolsumon the map
TofteTofte is a village in the Hurum municipality in Buskerud, Norway. The village had 3,045 inhabitants as of 1 January 2009. Tofte is best known for Södra Cell Tofte, a pulp factory in the middle of Tofte, and Hurum factories that make paper. The major industry in Tofte is the Södra Cell Tofte paper mill. In 2007, the latter was taken over by the industrial company Daimyo. At Södra Cell's factory is also Statkraft Hurum salt plant (Statkraft Hurum saltkraftverk), the world's first saline power plant based on osmosis, opened by Statkraft during 2009. Crown Princess Mette-Marit opened the plant. Show Tofteon the map
SollihøgdaSollihøgda is a village in Hole municipality, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. It is situated near the border with the municipality of Bærum, in the county of Akershus, 28 km from Oslo. The European route E16 passes here. The village is a popular base for skiing at Krokskogen north of the road and in Vestmarka on the south side in the Oslomarka area in Oslo. Vestmarka is the southern continuation of Krokskogen. Sollihøgda Chapel (Sollihøgda kapell) dates from 1911. The wooden church seats 70. It was designed by architect, Herman Major Backer (1856-1932). Show Sollihøgdaon the map
KrøderenKrøderen is a village in Krødsherad, Buskerud, Norway. The village of Krøderen is located at the point where Snarumselva drains out of the south end of Lake Krøderen. Krøderen is approximately 100 km northwest of Oslo. Norwegian county road Fylkesvei 285 (Fv285) passes through the village, providing the shortest link between Hallingdal and Drammen. Since 1872, Krøderen Rail Station has been the terminus of the Krøder Line. Today this is a popular heritage railway which runs between Vikersund and Krøderen, a distance of about 26 km. Show Krøderenon the map
NærsnesNærsnes is a village in Røyken municipality, Norway. It is located along the Oslofjord between Båtstø and Slemmestad. As of 2003, it is considered a part of the Greater Oslo area. At the end of the 19th century, ice blocks from Nærsnes were exported to Europe, thru Drammen.Around 100 sailing ships handled the transportation from Drammen.Nærsnes Church (Nærnes kirke) was consecrated as the chapel in 1900. During 1924-1925, it was extensively rebuild after plans by architect Alfred Christian Dahl (1857- 1940). Show Nærsneson the map
HemsedalHemsedal is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Hallingdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Trøym. Hemsedal lies on the Norwegian National Road 52 (Rv 52), the main road from Oslo to Bergen. Hemsedal is located 220 km (136.70 mi) northwest of Oslo and 273 km (169.63 mi) from Bergen. Show Hemsedalon the map
VikVik is a village and the administrative center of Hole in Buskerud, Norway. Vik is situated on the northeastern arm of Steinsfjorden, a branch of the Tyrifjorden. It is located on E16 between Sundvollen and Kroksund. The administration buildings for Hole Municipality are located in Vik. The village of Vik was originally named for the Vik farm in Hole herad which was located in an inlet of Stensfjorden. Show Vikon the map
GomnesGomnes is a small village in the municipality of Hole in Buskerud, Norway. Gomnes is located on the peninsula of Røyse (Røysehalvøya) in Tyrifjorden. It is largely surrounded by areas of farmland. The area of Røyse is one of the most productive agricultural areas in the region. The area is known for its production of fruit, grains and vegetables. The village had 369 residents as of 1 January 2014. Show Gomneson the map
BurudBurud is a village in Øvre Eiker municipality in Buskerud, Norway.Burud is located on the western bank of Drammenselva, 75 kilometers from Oslo. It had a train station (Burud stasjon) which dated to 1875 on the Randsfjordbanen between Hokksund and Skotselv. This building was demolished in 1988. The station was downgraded to stop downloading tracks with passenger traffic closed down in 2001. Show Burudon the map
ÅlÅl is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Hallingdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Ål. The parish of Aal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Hol was separated from the municipality of Aal in 1877 to become a separate municipality. Show Ålon the map
FlesbergFlesberg is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Numedal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lampeland. The economy of Flesberg is dominated by forestry and agriculture, as well as the cluster of high-tech industries in neighbouring town of Kongsberg. Show Flesbergon the map
GarnåsGardnos is a small village in Nes municipality, Buskerud, Norway. Gardnos is located off Norwegian National Road 7 midway between Nesbyen and Gol. It is mainly known as the site of the Gardnos crater. Gardnos Meteorite Center (Gardnos Meteorittpark) is open to the public with guided tours provided during summer months. Show Garnåson the map
HagafossHagafoss is a small village in Hol municipality in Buskerud, Norway. Hagafoss is located in upper Hallingdal where the road branches off towards Aurland along Fylkesvei 50. Hol Church (Hol kyrkje) is located in Hagafoss. The main tourist attraction in the village is Hol Bygdemuseum, an open-air museum founded in 1914. Show Hagafosson the map
BåtstøBåtstø is a small village in Buskerud, Norway. Båtstø is located in Røyken municipality. The village is situated along the Oslofjord between Åros and Nærsnes. The distance to Drammen is about 24 km and to Oslo about 38 km.The population of Båtstø was 228 as of January 2005. Show Båtstøon the map
AskAsk is a village in Ringerike municipality, Buskerud, Norway.The name comes from the Norwegian word for ash tree. The village has a railway station on the Randsfjord Line. Ask is most known for Ask Chapel and for Ask gods, a Manor house owned by the Løvenskiold family. Show Askon the map
KongsbergKongsberg Station (Norwegian: Kongsberg stasjon) is a railway station located in downtown Kongsberg in Buskerud, Norway, on the Sørlandet Line. The station is served by express trains to Kristiansand and is the terminus of the local trains from Oslo and Eidsvoll. Show Kongsbergon the map
SveneSvene is a village in the municipality of Flesberg, Norway, located in the Numedal 10 kilometres from Kongsberg. Its population (2005) is 296. Famous ski jumper Per Bergerud hails from Svene, he competed for the local sports team Svene IL. Show Sveneon the map
SkotselvSkotselv is a village in the municipality of Øvre Eiker, Norway. Its population (2005) is 684, of which 8 people live within the border of the neighbouring municipality of Modum. It has a railway station on the Randsfjord Line. Show Skotselvon the map
SkogerSkoger is a village located on the border between Buskerud and Vestfold counties, Norway. Of its population of 1,082 as of 2005, 654 were registered as residents of Drammen whereas 428 live in Sande in Vestfold county, Norway. Show Skogeron the map
SoknaSokna is a small village located between Hønefoss and Krøderen in the municipality of Ringerike, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. The village is perhaps most associated with the historic Lunder Church. Show Soknaon the map
TranbyTranby is a village in Lier municipality, Norway. Tranby is a part of a greater urban area which also encompasses Hennummarka. The urban area is named Tranby and has a population of 5,580. Tranby Church (Tranby kirke) dates from 1855. It was designed by architects Heinrich Ernst Schirmer and Wilhelm von Hanno. The edifice is constructed of stone and has 360 seats. Access to the site is via Rv282 and Rv285. Show Tranbyon the map
MjøndalenMjøndalen is the administrative centre of Nedre Eiker municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is situated south of the Drammenselva River opposite of Krokstadelva. Show Mjøndalenon the map
HaugsbygdHaugsbygd (formerly known as Vangsbygd and Vangsfjerdingen) is a village in Ringerike municipality, northeast of the center of Hønefoss, in Buskerud, Norway. Show Haugsbygdon the map
KrokstadelvaKrokstadelva is a town in Nedre Eikermunicipality, part of the Buskerudcounty in Norway. It is situated north of the Drammenselva river and opposite Mjøndalen. Show Krokstadelvaon the map
EggeEgge is a small village in Lier in Buskerud, Norway. It is the location of Egge Farm (Egge Gård) which is noted for its fruit orchards. Show Eggeon the map
KvislaKvisla is a village in Hol municipality in Buskerud, Norway. Norwegian National Road 7 (RV7) runs through the village. Kvisla is located between Hagafoss to the northeast and Geilo to the southwest. It is located on the north side of Ustedalen, about eight kilometers northeast of Geilo. Show Kvislaon the map
SlemmestadSlemmestad is a village in Røyken municipality, Norway. Slemmestad is located on the Oslofjord, west of Oslo, Norway. Show Slemmestadon the map
KonnerudKonnerud is an affluent residential suburb located south of the city of Drammen in Buskerud, Norway. Show Konnerudon the map
VestfossenVestfossen is a village in the municipality of Øvre Eiker, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Show Vestfossenon the map
HokksundHokksund is a town in the municipality of Øvre Eiker in the county of Buskerud in Norway. Show Hokksundon the map
EggedalEggedal consisting of the northwestern half of Sigdal Kommune in Buskerud county, Norway. Show Eggedalon the map
FiltvetFiltvet is a small village along the Oslofjord in Hurum, Buskerud County, Norway. Show Filtveton the map
SyllingSylling is a village in Lier municipality, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Show Syllingon the map
TyristrandTyristrand is a village in Ringerike municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. Show Tyristrandon the map
HyggenHyggen is a small village in Røyken municipality, Buskerud county, Norway. Show Hyggenon the map
AskgrendaAskgrenda is a small village in Lier municipality, Norway. Show Askgrendaon the map
AasbygdenÅsbygda is a small village in Ringerike municipality of Buskerud, Norway. Åsbygda can be said to include the areas along the Randselva river, down towards the village of Viul and north to the county border at Jevnaker on the Randsfjorden in Oppland. This area experienced hard treatment during World War II, with several fierce battles conducted here.Åsbygda school was shut down at the end in June 2007. Show Aasbygdenon the map
HolHol is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. Show Holon the map
PrestfossPrestfoss is the administrative center of Sigdal municipality in Buskerud, Norway. Show Prestfosson the map
States, regions, administrative units in Buskerud
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KongsbergKongsberg () is a town and municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The city was founded in 1624 under the name Konings Bierg by Danish-Norwegian king Christian IV as a mining community. In Norway's 1749 census, Kongsberg was the most populous town in Eastern Norway. It was granted its royal charter of trade—amounting to official township—in 1802. The municipality of Kongsberg was established on 1 January 1838 (see The rural municipalities of Ytre Sandsvær and Øvre Sandsvær were merged into the municipality of Kongsberg on 1 January 1964.Show on map
HurumHurum is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village Sætre. The municipality of Hurum was established on 1 January 1838 (see The small village of Holmsbu was granted town status in 1847, but it did not become a municipality of its own. It lost its town status on 1 January 1964.Show on map
HoleHole is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Ringerike. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vik. Hole is located around lake Tyrifjorden and extends to the woodland around Oslo. The soil is fertile, excellent for growing fruit, berries and other agricultural products.Show on map
Golis a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Hallingdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Gol. Gol was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Hemsedal was separated from Gol in 1897 to become a separate municipality. The municipality of Gol is bordered to the north by the municipality of Nord-Aurdal (in Oppland county), to the east by Sør-Aurdal (in Oppland county), to the south by Nes, and to the west by Ål and Hemsedal.Show on map
RollagRollag is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Numedal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Rollag, although the most populated area in the municipality is Veggli. Rollag is bordered in the north by Nore og Uvdal, in the east by Sigdal, in the south by Flesberg, and in the west by Tinn in Telemark.Show on map
Nore og UvdalNore og Uvdal is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Numedal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Rødberg. The area of Nore was separated from the municipality of Rollag in 1858. The municipality of Nore was divided into two municipalities on 1 January 1901: Nore and Uvdal. These two municipalities were merged back together on 1 January 1962, and the new municipality was called Nore og Uvdal.Show on map
ModumModum is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Vikersund. The municipality of Modum was established on 1 January 1838 (see The area has a long tradition of skiing with several famous skiers. Modum is home to one of the largest ski jumping hills in the world, Vikersundbakken. The hill record, established in 2011 is an amazing jump of 246.5 metres (809 ft).Show on map
SigdalSigdal is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Prestfoss. The municipality of Sigdal was established on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Krødsherad was separated from Sigdal on 1 January 1901. The municipality has common borders with the municipalities of Flå, Krødsherad, Modum, Øvre Eiker, Flesberg, Rollag, and Nore og Uvdal.Show on map
HemsedalHemsedal is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Hallingdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Trøym. Hemsedal lies on the Norwegian National Road 52 (Rv 52), the main road from Oslo to Bergen. Hemsedal is located 220 km (136.70 mi) northwest of Oslo and 273 km (169.63 mi) from Bergen.Show on map
LierLier is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lierbyen. The municipality of Lier was established on 1 January 1838 (see The area Åssiden was transferred from Lier to the neighboring municipality of Drammen on 1 July 1951. Norway's longest indoor shopping center, Liertoppen, is located in Lierskogen.Show on map
NesNes is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Hallingdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Nesbyen. The parish of Næs was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Flå was separated from Nes on 1 January 1905 to become a separate municipality.Show on map
RøykenRøyken Municipality is a municipality in Buskerud County, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Midtbygda. The parish of Røken was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see Oslo ATCC, the Area Control Center for the controlled airspace above Østlandet is located here.Show on map
FlåFlå is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Flå. The municipality of Flå was established when it was separated from the municipality of Nes on 1 January 1905. The municipality lies at the most southeasterly point in the valley and traditional region of Hallingdal.Show on map
FlesbergFlesberg is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Numedal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lampeland. The economy of Flesberg is dominated by forestry and agriculture, as well as the cluster of high-tech industries in neighbouring town of Kongsberg.Show on map
Buskerud fylkeBuskerud [ˈbʉskəˈrʉːd] (13px listen) is a county in Norway, bordering Akershus, Oslo, Oppland, Sogn og Fjordane, Hordaland, Telemark and Vestfold. The county extends from the Oslofjord and Drammensfjorden in the southeast to Hardangervidda mountain range in the northwest. The county administration is located in Drammen.Show on map
Nedre EikerNedre Eiker is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Eiker. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Mjøndalen. The old municipality of Eiker was divided into Nedre Eiker (lower Eiker) and Øvre Eiker (upper) on 1 July 1885.Show on map
Øvre EikerØvre Eiker is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Eiker. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Hokksund. The old municipality of Eiker was divided into Øvre Eiker (upper Eiker) and Nedre Eiker (lower) on 1 July 1885.Show on map
KrødsheradKrødsherad (Krødsherad kommune) is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Noresund. The municipality of Krødsherad was established when it was separated from the municipality of Sigdal on 1 January 1901.Show on map
DrammenDrammen is a city in Buskerud, Norway. The port and river city of Drammen is centrally located in the eastern and most populated part of Norway. Drammen is the capital of the county of Buskerud.Show on map
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HolHol is a municipality in Buskerud county, Norway.Show on map
Different buildings in Buskerud
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HaugastølHaugastøl is a station on the Bergensbanen railway line in Norway. The station is located in the Hol municipality situated between the stations Ustaoset to the east and Finse to the west. The station is 275.5 km from Oslo if one follows the track over Roa. The altitude is 988 metres above sea level. The station was opened in 1908.Show on map
Dagali Geilo AirportGeilo Airport, Dagali (Norwegian: Geilo flyplass, Dagali; formerly Geilo lufthavn, Dagali; IATA: DLD, ICAO: ENDI) is a private airport located at Dagali in Hol, Norway. It was previously a public airport that was both a regional airport and served international tourist charter airlines serving the nearby ski resorts centered on Geilo. The airport opened in 1985, but failed commercially and was eventually closed in 2003.Show on map
Viker kirkeÅdal is a valley in the municipality of Ringerike and was a former municipality in Buskerud County, Norway. The municipality was created in 1857 by a split from Norderhov. At that time Ådal had a population of 2,382. On 1 January 1964 Ådal was merged with Hønefoss, Tyristrand, Hole and Norderhov to form the new municipality Ringerike. Prior to the merger Ådal had a population of 3,442.Show on map
HelgelandsmoenHelgelandsmoen is a village located in Buskerud, Norway. Helgelandsmoen is situated in Hole on the border between Norderhov in Ringerike. The village had 551 residents as of 1 January 2014, located mainly in the Hole, but extends partially into neighboring Ringerike. The village was the site of Helgelandsmoen Leir, a former military camp. The Army base was established in 1868 to house the 2nd Akershus Infantry Brigade (Akershusske Infanteribrigade). Helgelandsmoen Leir was closed in 2004. Helgelandsmoen Industrial AS (Helgelandsmoen Næringspark) is an industrial park located on the site of the former army camp. The property, which includes a hotel, restaurant, conference and exhibition center, is located beside the Storelva River, about eight kilometers south of Hønefoss.Show on map
SysleSysle is a village in the municipality of Modum, Buskerud county, Norway. Its population (2014) is 227. Sysle is located Norwegian National Road 280 (Riksvei 280). The village is situated on the Snarumselva, a continuation of the Hallingdal River which flows from Lake Krøderen. It is situated about six km northwest of Vikersund. west of Vikersund, the municipality capital of Modum. There was a rail stop at Sysle Station on the Krøderbanen railway line which runs from Vikersund to Krøderen. Sysle station opened in 1872. In 1958, passenger traffic was shut down and Sysle was reclassified as a freight station. Freight traffic ended in 1985.Show on map
SpikkestadSpikkestad Station (Norwegian: Spikkestad stasjon) is a railway station located at Spikkestad in Røyken, Norway and the terminus of the Spikkestad Line. The station was opened as part of Drammen Line on 3 February 1885, but in 1973 the new Lieråsen Tunnel opened through Lieråsen, and the old part of the Drammen Line was transformed to a commuter train line with Spikkestad as the western terminus. The station is served by commuter trains to Oslo Central Station and onward to Moss. Spikkestad is primarily a residential area.Show on map
HallenskogHallenskog Station (Norwegian: Hallenskog holdeplass) is a closed railway station located at Hallenskog in Røyken, Norway on the Spikkestad Line. The station was opened as part of the Drammen Line in 1959, but in 1973 the new Lieråsen Tunnel opened through Lieråsen, and the old part of the Drammen Line was transformed to a commuter train line. The station is served by the Oslo Commuter Rail to Oslo Central Station and onward to Moss. Hallenskog is primarily a residential area.Show on map
Efteløt kirkeEfteløt is a small village in Kongsberg municipality, Buskerud, Norway. Efteløt is the location of Efteløt school (Efteløt skole) and Efteløt church (Efteløt kirke). Efteløt church was first constuucted in Romanesque style from approx 1184. It is stone church with walls of natural stone up to 1 meter thick. It was rebuilt in 1876 into a more Gothic style. The church was restored in 1953. The church is in the Kongsberg Joint Parish Council and the Tunsberg diocese.Show on map
RøykenRøyken is a railway station on the Spikkestad Line and is located in Røyken, Norway. The station was opened as part of Drammenbanen in 1872 and was for many years the only railway station in Røyken. The station was located close the old Church in Røyken (from 1229). The station is served by commuter trains to Oslo Central Station and onward to Moss. The distance to Oslo S is 33 kilometers (21 mi) and the travel time is 45 minutes.Show on map
HeistadmoenHeistadmoen is a Norwegian military encampment in Kongsberg, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Heistadmoen currently provides able quarters for the Telemark and Buskerud Home Guard District (Telemark og Buskerud The camp is large and modern, most of the buildings have been recently refurbished. The camp is also used by other departments for training and shooting.Show on map
HvalsmoenHvalsmoen was the site of a former military camp to the north of Hønefoss in Ringerike, Norway. In 1893, the Norwegian Parliament resolved to establish a military training camp to train engineer troops for the national Army.The camp was the base for the Army engineering regiment (Hærens ingeniørregiment). There were formerly a total of three military camps around Hønefoss: Hvalsmoen, Helgelandsmoen and Eggemoen. All were closed on June 13, 2001. In 2005, the camp was sold to local investment firm Røysi Invest for 52 million kroner.Show on map
Gol AirportGol Airport, Klanten (Norwegian: Gol flyplass, Klanten; IATA: GLL, ICAO: ENKL) is an airport which lies on Golsfjellet north of Gol town centre in Gol municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. The airstrip is 1,150 metres (3,773 ft) long and is open summer and winter. The altitude is 829 metres (2,720 ft) and the airstrip's bearings are 11 and 29.Show on map
GulskogenGulskogen Station (Norwegian: Gulskogen stasjon) is located in the village of Gulskogen in Drammen, Norway on the Sørlandet Line, on a section previously regarded as the Randsfjorden Line. The station is served by local trains between Kongsberg via Oslo to Eidsvoll operated by Norwegian State Railways.Show on map
Torpo stavkyrkjeTorpo stave church (Norwegian: Torpo stavkyrkje) is a stave church located in Torpo, a small village in Ål municipality, in Buskerud County, Norway. Torpo is located along Norwegian National Road 7, the Norwegian national road which runs between Oslo and Bergen.Show on map
OddevallOddevall is a village in Lier municipality, county of Buskerud, Norway. Oddevall and the neighboring village of Sjåstad are regarded as a single community with a combined population of 556 residents as of 1 January 2014.Show on map
Norderhov kirkeNorderhov is a former municipality in Buskerud county, Norway.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Buskerud
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BegnaThe Begna is a river in Buskerud and Oppland counties in Norway. It is formed by the merging of the rivers Otrøelva and Ylja above Lake Vangsmjøsa. It is also the name of the village of Begna located by the river. The Norwegian writer, Mikkjel Fønhus lived much of his life and located most of his novels along the Begna in Oppland.Show on map
HallingdalselviHallingdalselva (English: Hallingdal River) is a river which flows through the valley and traditional district of Hallingdal in Buskerud County, Norway. In the valley, the river is often referred to as Storåne (\"the great river\").Show on map
SperillenSperillen is a lake in the valley of Ådal in Ringerike municipality, Buskerud county, Norway. The lake has an area of 37 km² and extending about 26 km in length. It is 108 meters deep at its deepest and lies at 150 meters above sea level. Two rivers from Oppland, Begna from the valley of Begnadalen and Urula from the valley of Hedalen, flow into the lake at the northern end on either side of the town of Nes in Ådal. At the southern end, Ådal river flows downstream from Sperillen. The outflow powers a hydro-electric power station at Ringmoen. European route E16 follows the east side of the lake.Show on map
UstaUsta or Usteåne is a river in Hol, Buskerud County, Norway. It flows from Lake Ustevatn traveling northeast down the valley of Ustedalen to its confluence with Holselva. The ski resort at Geilo is situated just north of the river, about halfway down Ustedalen valley. The valley stretches about 20 kilometres (12 mi) east from Ustevatn and meetings Holsdalføret below Hagafoss.Show on map
TisleifjordenTisleifjorden is a Norwegian lake which lies in Nord-Aurdal municipality in Oppland county, as well in Gol and Hemsedal municipalities in Buskerud county. Tisleifjorden is dammed for hydroelectric power. The height of the lake can vary up to 11 meters. It is 13.54 km² in area and 32.53 km around. It has an elevation of 819 m above sea level. Tisleifjorden Dam creates a reservoir for the Åbjøra kraftverk hydro-electric power plant at Aurdalsfjord in Oppland. The power plant was built in the years 1949-1951 and was rebuilt in 2002. Åbjøra kraftverk is operated by Skagerak Energi.Show on map
PålsbufjordenPålsbufjorden is a lake in the municipalities of Hol and Nore og Uvdal, both in Buskerud County, Norway. The water table lies 749 meters above sea level. The area of the lake is 19.55 km². The Pålsbu kraftverk hydro-electric plant was built to extract power from the water that draining from Pålsbufjorden down into Tunhovdfjorden. The power plant, which went into operation during 2007, is designed as a turbine from above and is built in concrete. It is located just below Pålsbufjorden dam. Pålsbufjorden and Tunhovdfjorden are both part of the Numedalslågen watershed.Show on map
FlakavatnetFlakavatnet is an alpine lake on the border of Hordaland and Buskerud counties in Norway. The (1.32 sq mi) lake lies in the municipalities of Ulvik (in Hordaland) and Hol (in Buskerud) and the lake lies entirely within the Hallingskarvet National Park. The village of Finse lies about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) southwest of the lake. The lake is one of the largest lakes in Europe that lies in the transition to the high-alpine zone, where vegetation is minimal or absent and influence of permanent snow patches and glaciers are evident.Show on map
HalnefjordenHalnefjorden is a large lake on the border of Hordaland and Buskerud counties in Norway. It is located in the municipalities of Hol and Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county and in Eidfjord municipality in Hordaland county. At 13.61 square kilometres (5.25 sq mi), it is among the largest lakes located on the vast Hardangervidda plateau. The Norwegian National Road 7 runs along the northern shore of the lake, and that is the only road access to the lake. The lake is one of the headwaters of the river Numedalslågen.Show on map
DjupsvatnetStolsvatnet is a regulated lake in the municipalities of Ål and Hol in Buskerud county, Norway. Stolsvatnet was formed in the late 1940s by the damming of the upper parts of three rivers, (Stolsvatn, Olsendvatn, Holselva) which created a continuous lake across the watersheds. The new lake covered a number of existing smaller lakes. It is a reservoir for Hol I kraftverk, a hydroelectric power plant located off FV 50 by Hovet in Hol. The power plant is owned and operated by E-Co Energi.Show on map
SkaupsjøenSkaupsjøen is a lake in the municipalities of Eidfjord in Hordaland county and Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county, Norway. The (1.11 sq mi) lake lies just north of the Hardangervidda National Park on the vast Hardangervidda plateau. The lake outflows to the river Skaupa, which flows into the larger lake Halnefjorden to the northeast. The nearest road access is the Norwegian National Road 7, which passes about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northwest of the lake.Show on map
SamsjøenSamsjøen is a lake in the municipalities of Ringerike in Buskerud county and Jevnaker in Oppland county, Norway.Samsjøen receives inflow from the Haugerud river (Haugerudelva) which enters the lake from the northwest. Somma is the largest of the tributaries formed at the end of Samsjøen. Somma starts from the south end of Samsjøen and flows southwest as it travels through the valley of Somdalen. The watershed drains to the valley of Ådal and is part of Begna watershed.Show on map
ØrterenØrteren is a lake in the municipality of Hol in Buskerud county, Norway. Ørteren is located in Hardangervidda. Norwegian National Road 7 runs along the east side of the Lake. Ørteren is regulated for Ørteren Kraftverk. a hydroelectric power plant at Haugastøl. The power plant utilizes a drop of 160 meters between Ørteren and Sløtfjorden. It went into production in 1966. The dam and the intake were built by Oslo Energi and are currently operated by E- CO.Show on map
TyrifjordenTyrifjorden (Lake Tyri) is Norway's fifth largest lake with an area of 137 km2. It has a volume of 13 km3, is 295 meters deep at its deepest, and lies 63 meters above sea level. The lake's primary source is the Begna river, which discharges into Tyrifjorden at Hønefoss where the river forms the waterfall of Hønefossen. Its primary outlet is at Vikersund near the lake's southwest corner, where Tyrifjorden discharges into the Drammenselva river.Show on map
MyklevatnetMykle is a lake in the municipality of Kongsberg in Buskerud county, Norway. Mykle is located below Bonden mountain near the border with Telemark. Mykle is part of the Siljan watershed (Siljanvassdraget) formed by rivers with headwaters at Skrimfjella which flow into Farris lake at Larvik. The watershed is developed with four power stations and was protected against further development in 1973. Mykle offers trout and perch fishing.Show on map
NygardsvatnetNygardsvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Hol in Buskerud county, Norway.The lake is situated south of the Hallingskarvet mountain range. The lake serves as a reservoir for Usta kraftverk, a hydroelectric plant which was put into operation in 1965. The water level is controlled by a dam at the outlet and a tunnel down to lakes Sløddfjorden and Ustevatn. The Usta kraftverk power plant is owned and operated by E- CO Energi.Show on map
BrommafjordenBrommafjorden is a lake in the municipality of Nes in Buskerud county, Norway. Brommafjorden is part of the Hallingdal River (Hallingdalselva). This is quite possibly the widest and most quiet part of the Hallingdal River. Brommafjorden was the site of Bromma station, a now-defunct rail station on the Bergen Railway .It was opened in 1907 when Bergen Railway was opened to Gulsvik and was operated until 1984.Show on map
RødungenRødungen is a lake in Buskerud county, Norway. The lake is located on the border between the municipalities of Ål and Nore og Uvdal.Waterfall from the lake is a power source for Usta kraftverk, a hydro-electric plant. The power station exploits the fall of the Usta river from Rødungen as well as Ustevatn.The plant started production in 1965 and is owned and operated by E- CO Energi.Show on map
VavatnVavatn is a lake in the municipality of Hemsedal in Buskerud county, Norway. It is a water source for Gjuva kraftverk, a hydro-electric power plant, which utilizes the waterfall from the lake into the Gjuva river as it enters the valley of Grøndalen. The power station was put into operation in 1957 but was rehabilitated in 1995. The owner-operator is E- CO Energi.Show on map
NorefjordenNorefjorden is a lake in the municipality of Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county, Norway. Norefjorden is a long, narrow mountain lake which is known for its fishing. Numedalslågen flows into the far north and exits travelling southward to Kravikfjorden. Norefjord bridge goes across the lake between Norefjord and Gvåle. The surrounding terrain is steep and forested.Show on map
UllerentjernetUllerentjernet is a small lake located in the municipality of Ringerike in Buskerud county, Norway. It is in the watershed formed by a number of smaller streams, rivers, ponds and marshes which drain into Tyrifjord. Ullerentjernet is situated in Holleia, a hilly terrain with a forest switching between spruce and pine.Show on map
UstaUstevatn is a lake in the municipality of Hol in Buskerud county, Norway. The main inflow is on the west side of the lake provided by Ustekveikja, which originates from the area around Finse in Hordaland. Norwegian National Road 7 runs along the north side of the lake. Bergen line railway has stations at Ustaoset and Haugastøl.Show on map
KatnosaKatnosa is a regulated lake in Nordmarka, Norway bordering to the municipalities Lunner, Jevnaker and Ringerike. It drains through the river Katnoselva to the lakes Store Sandungen, Hakkloa, Bjørnsjøen and Skjærsjøen. It is regulated by the dam Katnosdammen from 1886. Katnosa is part of the Spålen–Katnosa Nature Reserve.Show on map
BjornesfjordenBjornesfjorden is a lake in the municipality of Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county, Norway. It lies at 1,223 meters above sea level. It is drained by the Numedalslågen. Bjornesfjorden is situated in the Hardangervidda plateau and lies within the Hardangervidda National Park.Show on map
TunhovdfjordenTunhovdfjorden is a lake in the Nore og Uvdal municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It has an area of 25.30 km² and a circumference of 62.79 km. It is part of the Numedalslågen watershed. Tunhovdfjorden is known for its trout and is popular for ice fishing.Show on map
GeitsjøenGeitsjøen is a lake in the municipality of Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county, Norway. It lies east of the Hardangervidda mountain plateau, at the lower end of the catchment area of the river Djupa in the Numedalslågen watershed.Show on map
LangesjøenLangesjøen is a lake in the municipality of Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county, Norway. Langesjøen is located ln Hardangervidda. Djupa flows out of Langesjøen to form part of the Numedalslågen watershedShow on map
HettefjordenHettefjorden is a lake in the municipality of Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county, Norway. It is located east on Hardangervidda, just inside the border of Hardangervidda National Park. It is the Skiensvassdraget watershed.Show on map
LauvnesvatnetLauvnesvatnet is a fishing lake in the municipalities of Sigdal and Flesberg in Buskerud county, Norway. It is located at an elevation of 366 meters above sea level. It forms part of the Drammensvassdraget watershed.Show on map
ØyangenØyangen is a lake in the municipality of Ringerike in Buskerud county, Norway. The lake is located in Nordmarka, a large wooded area north of Oslo. Fishing is popular with the lake offering perch, trout and char.Show on map
TingvollfjordenTingvollfjorden is a small fishing lake in the municipality of Ål in Buskerud county, Norway. The lake is located in the valley of Hallingdal, northwest of Honefoss on the watershed of the Hallingdalselva.Show on map
Vestre BjonevatnetVestre Bjonevatnet is a small lake in the municipalities of Ringerike in Buskerud county and Søndre Land and Gran in Oppland county, Norway. The lake is situated between Lakes Sperillen and Randsfjorden.Show on map
Hein,øvreØvre Hein is a lake in the municipalities of Nore og Uvdal and Hol in Buskerud county, Norway. The lake is ;located in the eastern Hardangervidda and lies partly in the Hardangervidda National Park.Show on map
KravikfjordenKravikfjorden is a lake in the municipality of Nore og Uvdal in Buskerud county, Norway. It is a part of Numedalslågen.Show on map
KrøderenKrøderen (also Krøderfjorden) is a lake in the municipality of Krødsherad in Buskerud, Norway.Show on map
DramselvaDrammenselva (English: Drammen River) is a river in Buskerud county, southeastern Norway.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Buskerud
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LierskogenLierskogen is the easternmost village in Lier county, in Buskerud county, Norway. Situated in the south-east corner of Buskerud, it borders Asker (and Akershus county) to the east, and make up the eastern part of Lier county together with the nearby village of Tranby. Norway's busiest motorway, European route E18 which runs between Oslo – Drammen, goes straight through Lierskogen.Show on map
StyggmannStyggmann or Styggemann is the highest mountain of Skrimfjella in southern Norway. A legend about the mountain claims it used to be the home of a troll. The troll hated people walking on his mountain, disturbing his rest, so he used to lie on top of the mountain to scare them away. If someone came too close, he threw rocks and boulders at them. If you walk the path to Sørmyrseter, you can still see some of them. The troll was careful only to be outside when it was cloudy, but once he was surprised by the sun and turned to stone. You can still clearly see its nose, mouth and chin if you look from the right angle, which is where the mountain has its name from; the ugly man.Show on map
AndersnattenAndersnatten is a mountain located in Eggedal in the municipality of Sigdal in Buskerud, Norway. Andersnatten is a distinctive, round-topped mountain that rises out of the valley floor. Andersnatten was featured in painting by both Theodor Kittelsen and Christian Skredsvig. The southeast wall is popular among climbers, both summer and winter. The first route was established in 1942 by mountaineer Einar Hoff Hansen (1923 - 1944) together with businessman, mountaineer and resistance fighter, Egmont Victor Boeck Nørregaard.Show on map
NorefjellNorefjell is a Norwegian mountain range in the Scandes Mountains system. It stretches between the valleys Eggedal (west) and Hallingdal (east) in Norway. It covers parts of the municipalities Flå, Sigdal, and Krødsherad, all in the county Buskerud. Its highest mountains are \n* Gråfjell, 1,468 m (4,816 ft) \n* Høgevarde, 1,459 m (4,787 ft) Norefjell Ski Resort is an alpine ski resort, located in the municipality Krødsherad, about one and a half hours drive north of Oslo. Norefjell was host to the downhill and giant slalom competitions of the 1952 Winter Olympics.Show on map
HallingskarvetHallingskarvet is a mountain range in southern Norway stretching from Geilo to Finse. The highest point is the 1,933-metre (6,342 ft) tall mountain Folarskardnuten, the highest point in Buskerud county. In the north, there is a large dammed lake called Strandavatnet. The Bergensbanen railway line, which runs south of Hallingskarvet, has its highest stop at Finse Station (1,222 m). In 2006, the Hallingskarvet mountain range became part of the Hallingskarvet National Park.Show on map
HurumHurumlandet is a peninsula in Buskerud county, Norway. It is situated west of the Oslofjord and east of the Drammensfjord. It comprises the municipalities Røyken and Hurum. Hurumlandet is located south of Asker. It is connected to Follo through the subsea Oslofjord Tunnel. Before 1990, Hurumlandet was the planned location for the new Oslo Airport. Ultimately, the airport was allocated to Gardermoen.Show on map
SkogshornSkogshorn, also written Skogshødn, is a mountain in the municipality Hemsedal in the county Buskerud. Skogshorn is a part of Hemsedal Top 20. The summit of Skogshorn is a popular destination for day-trips both summer and winter. The east-side approach requires no climbing, and is popular for families and other mountain tourists. The south-side of the mountain can be climbed.Show on map
JondalenJondalen is a valley in Kongsberg municipality, Norway, outside the city of Kongsberg. Its history is closely tied to Kongsberg and the Kongsberg Silver Mines. The river Jondalselva runs through the valley. Jondalen Church was built in 1882. Jondalen became an independent district in 1861, and was incorporated into the new, larger Kongsberg municipality in 1964.Show on map
HøgevardHøgevarde or Høgevard is the second highest peak (1459 m) on the Norefjell mountain range and the highest point in the municipality of Krødsherad in Buskerud, Norway. It is known for its vast view (estimated 40,000 km²) over eastern Norway. At the top there is an iron plate giving names and directions to mountains along the horizon. About 100 meters below the peak is Høgevardehytta, a self-service cabin maintained by the DNT (Den Norske Turistforenin).Show on map
MølenMølen is Norway's largest beach of rolling stones, and is a part of Vestfoldraet: the terrain left behind after the end of the most recent Ice age around 10,000 years ago. The wind and sea have lashed the landscape of Mølen for thousands of years, and the place takes its name from the Old Norse word \"mol\", meaning a stone mound or bank of stones.Show on map
BlefjellBlefjell is a mountain area at the border between Buskerud and Telemark in Norway, and encompasses parts of the five municipalities Rollag, Flesberg, Kongsberg, Notodden and Tinn. The highest point is Bletoppen at 1342 meters above sea level. The area is a popular tourist destination, being approximately 1 hour drive from Kongsberg.Show on map
UtøyaUtøya (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈʉːtœʏɑ] (13px listen)) is an island in the Tyrifjorden lake in Hole municipality, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. The island is 10.6 hectares (26 acres), situated 500 metres (1,600 ft) off the shore, by the E16 road, about 20 km (12 mi) driving distance south of Hønefoss, and 38 km (24 mi) northwest of Oslo city centre.Show on map
ReineskarvetReineskarvet is a significant mountain in the municipality of Ål in Buskerud, Norway. It is located in the Skarvheimen highland area between Jotunheimen and Hardangervidda, on the north side of Hallingdalen, west of Hemsedal. Reineskarvet looks like Hallingskarvet and lies parallel to it a bit farther north east. The highest point lies in the western end, while there is a summit in the eastern end with elevation 1732 m, popular for hiking.Show on map
SteinsåsenSteinsåsen is a village in Hole municipality, Norway. Steinsåsen is located on the west side of Steinsfjorden. The village is about 9 km southeast of Honefoss. Its population is 1.299, which probably includes the village of Vik which is located just south of Steinsåsen.Show on map
UrdevassfjellUrdevassfjell is a mountain located in Ringerike in Buskerud, Norway. The mountain is part of the Ådalsfjella range. It is situated west of the north end of Høgfjell in Ådal and east of Eidvatnet in the village of Strømsoddbygda.Show on map
TottenTotten is a mountain located in the Hemsedal municipality in Norway. It is a part of Hemsedal Top 20. Some of the hike to the peak can be done by travelling with one of Hemsedal's many ski lifts.Show on map
HemsedalsfjelliHemsedalsfjella (English: The Hemsedal mountains) are the mountains that surrounds Hemsedal Valley in Buskerud, Norway. Most of the Hemsedal mountains is in Hemsedal municipality.Show on map
FolarskardnutenFolarskardnuten is the highest point on Hallingskarvet, and is also the highest point in the county Buskerud of Norway. The mountain lies within Hallingskarvet National Park.Show on map
lille HorneVeslehorn, also written Veslehødn, is a mountain located in the Hemsedal municipality in Norway. It is a part of Hemsedal Top 20.Show on map
HarahornHarahorn, also written Harahødn, is a mountain located in the Hemsedal municipality in Norway. It is a part of Hemsedal Top 20.Show on map
st. HorneStorehorn, also written Storehødn, is a mountain located in the Hemsedal municipality. It is a part of Hemsedal Top 20.Show on map
RaggsteinnutenRaggsteinnuten is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway. It is 1933 meters high.Show on map
VeslebotnskarvetVeslebotnskarvet is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway.Show on map
Vesle JukleggiVesle Jukleggi is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway.Show on map
GeitryggenGeitryggen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
HaldalsnutenHaldalsnuten is a mountain in the municipality of Ål in Buskerud, Norway.Show on map
RaudbergfjelletRauberflaket is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway.Show on map
BreiliflakaBreiliflaka is a mountain in the municipality of Modum in Buskerud, Norway. It is located south of the Tyrifjord.Show on map
SkrimfjellaSkrimfjella is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway.Show on map
JonsknutenJonsknuten is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway.Show on map
HoltefjelletHoltefjell is a mountain of Buskerud, in southern Norway.Show on map
BlåbergiBlåbergi is a mountain in Buskerud, Norway.Show on map
BuarenBuaren is a mountain on the border between Vestfold and Buskerud, Norway. It is located on both sides of the border between the municipalities of Hof and Kongsberg.Show on map
BondenBonden is a mountain in Buskerud, Norway. It is located to the border with Telemark and the municipalities of Siljan and Skien.Show on map