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Basic information about Oppland
Oppland [ˈɔpˈlɑn] is a county in Norway, bordering Sør-Trøndelag, Møre og Romsdal, Sogn og Fjordane, Buskerud, Akershus, Oslo and Hedmark. The county administration is in Lillehammer. Oppland is, together with Hedmark, one of the only two landlocked counties of Norway.
Cities, towns & villages in Oppland
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LomFossbergom is the administrative centre of Lom municipality, Norway. Its population (as of 2012) is 841. Fossbergom is a modern community, in which most people work in tourism, commerce and the service sector. Bøverdalen, a beautiful valley in the western part of Lom, stretches from Fossbergom to the Sogn area in western Norway. Fossbergom is situated where the river Bøvra falls over Prestfossen waterfall. Show Lomon the map
BiriBiri is a village in the municipality of Gjøvik, Oppland county, Norway. It was formerly classified as a municipality. The parish of Biri was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see On 1 January 1910, the district Snertingdal was divided from Biri to form a municipality of its own, leaving Biri with 2,815 inhabitants. On 1 January 1964, Biri was incorporated into the neighboring municipality of Gjøvik. Prior to the merger, Biri had 3,274 inhabitants. Show Birion the map
BrandbuBrandbu is a village in the municipality of Gran in Oppland county, Norway. Brandbu is located in the traditional district of Hadeland. It was earlier known as \"Augedalsbro\" (Bridge at Augedal). Locals still commonly refer to the village as \"Brua\" (the bridge). Brandbu was a parish (sogn) in earlier times and later a municipality of its own. The municipality of Brandbu was merged with the municipality of Gran on January 1, 1962. Today Brandbu is part of the urban area called Brandbu/Jaren. Show Brandbuon the map
Segalstad bruSegalstad bru (Segalstad bridge) is the administrative centre of Gausdal municipality, Norway. Its population is 870. It is located on the crossroad between Østre Gausdal and Vestre Gausdal. The location got its name from the bridge which links each part of the municipality together. A number of business and shops are local to Segalstad bru, the most significant of which is the timber company, Gausdal Bruk. Moreover, Segalstad bru is home to Fjerndum primary school, Gausdal Secondary school, its own municipality administration building and sports facilities. Show Segalstad bruon the map
RaufossRaufoss is the municipal centre of Vestre Toten, a municipality in the county of Oppland, Norway, 10 kilometers south of the larger town Gjøvik. It has approximately 7,000 inhabitants. The largest employer is what was earlier Raufoss now split into several sub companies. These include Nammo, Hydro Aluminium and Raufoss Technology.The community has an active sports community pivoting around the sports club Raufoss I.L. where the football team has been the most prominent part of the club. Raufoss Fotball currently plays in Norwegian 1st division.In addition to sports, Raufoss have an active music community which has fostered such musicians as Ronni Le Tekrø of rock band TNT (band). Show Raufosson the map
LenaLena is the administrative centre of Østre Toten municipality, Norway. Lena is the trading center for the municipality and is surrounded by mostly farmland. Its population (2005) is 1,092. Located here are five schools and Toten folk high school. Lena is a quite small place even for Norway. In central Lena there are several shops and three schools (higher secondary, lower secondary and primary schools). Show Lenaon the map
LillehammerLillehammer (Norwegian pronunciation: is a town and municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Lillehammer. As of May 2011, the population of the town of Lillehammer was 26,639. The city centre is a late 19th-century concentration of wooden houses, which enjoys a picturesque location overlooking the northern part of lake Mjøsa and the river Lågen, surrounded by mountains. Lillehammer hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics and 2016 Winter Youth Olympics.Before Oslo's withdrawal from consideration, it was included as part of a bid to host events in the 2022 Winter Olympics if Oslo were to win the rights to hold the Games. Show Lillehammeron the map
Fagernesis the administrative centre of the municipality of Nord-Aurdal, in Oppland county, Norway. It is the largest settlement in the valley of Valdres, with a population of 1,801. On 14 June 2007 the municipal council of Nord-Aurdal decided to bestow city status upon Fagernes. The decision came into force on 8 September 2007, when Fagernes celebrated its 150th anniversary. Show Fagerneson the map
VågåmoVågåmo is home to a local museum, the Jutulheimen Bygdemuseum, and to the historical Klones farm which is also the location of the videregående skole (North Gudbrandsdal Highschool) which specializes in agriculture. The Klones farm dates back to the 15th century and has been the location of the school since 1919. There are also many horses and a store named Jutulbue there. Show Vågåmoon the map
HarestuaHarestua is a small town in the south of Lunner, Oppland county, Norway. It has approximately 2500 inhabitants (2003), and serves as a commuter town to the capital Oslo. It is served by two railway station on the Gjøvik Line: Harestua Station and Furumo Station. Harestua maintains 6 neighbourhoods; Gamlefeltet, Nyfeltet, Vestbygda, Bjørgeseter, Haneknemoen (under construction), Haganskogen and Stryken. Harestua has a small town centre with services such as a petrol station, grocery store and fast food outlets. Harestua also has a combined elementary- and junior high school. The school has approximately 400 pupils. Show Harestuaon the map
LesjaskogLesjaskog village in Lesja municipality in Oppland, Norway lies by the lake Lesjaskogsvatnet. Lake Lesjaskogsvatnet has outlets at both ends. A dam that was constructed by the Lesja Iron Works at Lesjaverk village in the 1660s to improve transportation caused the water which normally drained only to the Rauma river to also flow eastwards into the Gudbrandsdalslågen river at Lesjaskog. During the Second World War during the Namsos Campaign the British No. 263 Squadron RAF operated with 18 Gloster Gladiator biplane fighters from the frozen surface of Lake Lesjaskogsvatnet at Lesjaskog. Show Lesjaskogon the map
OdnesOdnes is a place in the municipality of Søndre Land in Oppland. It lies on the north side of the Randfjord along County Road 33 and it is named after the nearby Odnes farm. Odnes was a station on the discontinued Valdres Line. Odnes is known for the large Odnes ski jump (Norwegian: Odnesbakken or Flubergbakken), which was dismantled in 2008 after much discussion. Birger Ruud set the world record in ski jumping here in 1931 at 76.5 meters, and Johanna Kolstad set the women's world record at 46.5 meters the same year. Merete Kristiansen set the world record at 111 meters in 1989. Show Odneson the map
KolbuKolbu is a village in Østre Toten municipality, Oppland county, Norway. It is located in the traditional region of Toten. Kolbu is situated about six kilometers southwest of the municipal center of Lena. Kolbu was a municipality for 56 years. The municipality of Kolbu was created by a split from Vestre Toten on 1 January 1908. At that time Kolbu had a population of 2,412. On 1 January 1964, the majority of Kolbu with 2,906 inhabitants was incorporated into Østre Toten. Kolbu Church is a cruciform church from 1730. It was built of timber and has 460 seats. Show Kolbuon the map
LesjaLesja is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lesja. The parish of Lesje was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Dovre was separated from Lesja to become a municipality of its own in 1861. Lesja is bordered in the north by the municipalities of Nesset, Sunndal, and Oppdal; in the east by Dovre; in the south by Vågå and Lom; in the southwest by Skjåk; and to the west by Rauma. Show Lesjaon the map
VinstraVinstra is the name of both a small town and a river in Gudbrandsdalen. The town lies in Nord-Fron municipality in Oppland County, Norway. The administrative centre of Nord-Fron, the population was 2449 in 2012. The town has rail connections via the Dovre railroad and has a high school. Highway E6 goes through the town of Vinstra. The Vinstra River comes from the west and flows into Gudbrandsdalslågen in the town of Vinstra. Vinstra was given the status of town on 1 September 2013, an event that was celebrated for 3 days. Show Vinstraon the map
FossbergomLom is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Fossbergom.The municipality of Lom was established on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Skjåk was separated from Lom to become a municipality of its own in 1866. Lom is famous for its extensive history, for having one of the few remaining stave churches in Norway, and for lying in the midst of the highest mountains in Northern Europe. Show Fossbergomon the map
TrettenTretten is a parish and a small village in the northern part of the Øyer municipality, Norway. Its population is 880. Tretten is located on the Losna lake, which is part of the Gudbrandsdalslågen river. The village had its own sports team Tretten IL until 1990, when a merger created Øyer-Tretten IF. Tretten was also the location of the biggest train disaster in Norway's history. The Tretten train disaster occurred on 22 February 1975 when two passenger trains collided head on. 27 people were killed in the accident. Show Trettenon the map
DokkaDokka is the administrative centre of Nordre Land municipality, in Oppland county, Norway. Highway 33 (Rv33) comes from the south, along the east side of Randsfjorden, Norway's fourth largest lake. The highway continues northwest to the municipality of Etnedal and to the village of Bjørgo in Nord-Aurdal municipality. Highway 245 (Rv245) goes south on the west side of Randsfjorden. Highway 250 (Rv250) continues into eastern Torpa. In 2002, Dokka celebrated its centenary. The population of Dokka (2005) was 2,796. Show Dokkaon the map
BjorliBjorli (or Bjørli) is a village in Lesja municipality in Oppland, Norway that lies on the Rauma river near the western municipality border. Bjorli is served by the Raumabanen, providing a convenient method for tourists to reach this destination. Its major tourist attractions include: Because of its unique mountainous terrain, this is the filming location for one scene in the Harry Potter movie \"Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince\" which came out in July 2009 in the United Kingdom and United States. Show Bjorlion the map
HjerkinnHjerkinn is a village in the municipality of Dovre, in the Oppland county in Norway. It is one of the driest places in the country, with only 222 millimetres (8.7 in) annual precipitation. The railway station Hjerkinn Station is located on Dovrebanen, at 1,017 metres (3,337 ft) above mean sea level. The highway E6 also passes through the village. It is also served by a small airport. Until 1993 there was mining by Folldal Gruver. The Norwegian military has a camp at Hjerkinn. Show Hjerkinnon the map
EinaEina is a village in Vestre Toten municipality, Oppland, Norway. The population is 677. The village is one of the destinations on the railroad track Gjøvikbanen, between Jaren and Raufoss. Eina is located a mere 12 km south of Raufoss, and has its center just north of Einavatnet (or Einafjorden). From Einavatnet comes the river Hunnselva which travels north to Mjøsa. Some 1,500 people inhabit the area surrounding the lake, not including Eina. Show Einaon the map
TessandVågå (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈʋoːˈɡoː]) is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The municipality comprises 1,330 km2. The administrative centre is the village of Vågåmo. The parish of Vaage was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The areas of Sel and Heidal were separated from the municipality of Vågå to become separate municipalities of their own on 1 January 1908. Show Tessandon the map
FåbergFåberg is a village and former municipality in Oppland county, Norway. The parish of Faaberg was established as a municipality January 1, 1838 (see On January 1, 1964 Fåberg was incorporated into the neighboring municipality Lillehammer. Prior to the merger Fåberg had 13,381 inhabitants. The district Fåberg contains the villages Fåberg and Jørstadmoen. Combined, they form an urban area with a population of 1,342. Show Fåbergon the map
ReinsvollReinsvoll is a village in Vestre Toten municipality, Norway. Its population is in the region of 1,119. It is located between Eina and Raufoss, and has a train station on Gjøvikbanen. Reinsvoll has been mentioned as early as in 1600 in books. Today it has a football stadium, a pub, a barber, a lower secondary school, a primary school, a kindergarten, a grocery store, a fuel station, a psychiatric hospital and run-down mill. Show Reinsvollon the map
KvamKvam is a village in Gudbrandsdalen situated along the Gudbrandsdalslågen river. The village lies in Nord-Fron municipality in Oppland County, Norway. During the military campaign in Norway in 1940, Kvam was the scene of a battle between German and British forces. Kvam has a British military cemetery and its own railway station. Its population was 832 in 2006. The village experienced devastating floods in 2011 and 2013. Show Kvamon the map
DovreDovre is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdalen. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Dovre. The municipality is bordered on the north by Oppdal municipality, on the east by Folldal, on the south by Sel and Vågå, and on the northwest by Lesja. The highest peak is Snøhetta at a height of 2,286 metres (7,500 ft). Show Dovreon the map
Ringebuis a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vålebru. The municipality of Ringebu was established on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Sollia was separated from Ringebu municipality to become a municipality of its own in 1864. Show Ringebuon the map
Vestre GausdalVestre Gausdal is a former municipality in Oppland county, Norway. The administrative centre was Forset. It was created when Gausdal was split into Vestre and Østre Gausdal in 1879. At that time Vestre Gausdal had a population of 2.362. On 1 January 1962 the two municipalities were reunited under the name Gausdal. Prior to the merger Vestre Gausdal had a population of 2.590. Show Vestre Gausdalon the map
SelSel is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Otta. The new municipality of Sel was created on 1 January 1908 when it was separated from Vågå municipality. The former municipality of Heidal was merged into Sel municipality on 1 January 1965. Show Selon the map
BeitostølenBeitostølen is a village in Øystre Slidre, Norway. As of 1 January 2009, it had 247 residents, and is located 900 meters (3,000 ft) above mean sea level. Show Beitostølenon the map
Østre GausdalØstre Gausdal is a former municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It was created when Gausdal was split into Østre and Vestre Gausdal in 1879. At that time Østre Gausdal had a population of 5,911.On 1 January 1962 the two municipalities were reunited under the name Gausdal. Prior to the merger Østre Gausdal had a population of 3,942. Østre Gausdal Church (Østre Gausdal kirke) is a Romanesque church built of brick during the period 1250-1300. In the 1700s it was expanded to the east at which time it received a carved pulpit. The church organ was built by August Nielsen in 1888. Show Østre Gausdalon the map
HundorpHundorp is a village in Gudbrandsdal, Norway. The administrative centre of Sør-Fron, Oppland, Hundorp was also the centre of the petty kingdom of Gudbrandsdal and as such important in religion and politics. Dale-Gudbrands gard, the farm once populated by the ancient ruler Dale-Gudbrand, is the so-called millennial location of Oppland. Show Hundorpon the map
TyinkryssetTyinkrysset is a small village in Vang municipality, Norway. The European route E16 passes through Tyinkrysset, connecting Oppland county with Lærdal to the west. Alternatively the riksvei 53 national road goes north, toward Årdal. Many mountain-climbers enjoy this area as it has few inhabitants and is near the Scarvheiman mountains. Show Tyinkrysseton the map
DombåsThe village of lies in the Dovre municipality and serves as an administrative center in the upper Gudbrandsdal, Norway. It lies at an important junction of roads: south leading to the current capital of Norway, Oslo, west via Lesja leading to Åndalsnes on the sea and north to the old capital, Trondheim. Show Dombåson the map
SlidreSlidre is the administrative centre of Vestre Slidre municipality, Norway. Slidre (with its surrounding areas) was established as a municipality January 1, 1838 (see It was divided into Vestre Slidre and Øystre Slidre in 1849. It is located by the Slidrefjord. Its population (SSB 2005) is 293. Slidre is the site of the medieval era, stone church Slidredomen (Slidre kyrkje). Show Slidreon the map
ForsetForset is a village in the municipality of Gausdal, Norway. Its population (SSB 2005) is 5. Located by the river Gausa a few kilometres west of Follebu and Segalstad bru, Forset was the administrative centre of the former municipality Vestre Gausdal, now a part of Gausdal. Show Forseton the map
VangVang is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of \"Vang i Valdres\". The municipality of Vang was established on 1 January 1838 (see Show Vangon the map
BruflatBruflat is the administrative centre of Etnedal municipality, Norway. Its population is 206. It originally belonged to Sør-Aurdal municipality, but on 1 January 1894 the whole parish was split away, together with Nord-Etnedal parish, to create Etnedal municipality. Show Bruflaton the map
RoaRoa is the administrative centre of Lunner municipality, Norway. Together with the village Lunner it forms an urban area with a population of 1,576. The railway Gjøvikbanen goes through Roa, with trains stopping at Roa Station. Show Roaon the map
AurdalAurdal is a village in Nord-Aurdal municipality, Norway. It is located between Bagn and Fagernes along the European route E16. Its population is 718. In recent years, there has been a cultural revolution in Aurdal. Show Aurdalon the map
RønRøn is a village in the municipality of Vestre Slidre, Norway. It is located where the Slidrefjord and the Strondafjord meet, a few miles along the E16 south of the centre Slidre. Its population (SSB 2005) is 302. Show Rønon the map
HunndalenHunndalen is a commercial and residential area of Gjøvik municipality (in Oppland county). The area is considered to be one of districts of Gjøvik and is approximately three kilometers west of downtown Gjøvik. Show Hunndalenon the map
BagnBagn is the administrative centre of Sør-Aurdal municipality, Norway. Its population (SSB 2005) is 687. Attractions include the Valdrestunet mall as well as Bagn Bygdesamling further down the valley. Show Bagnon the map
GålåGålå is a Norwegian resort in the district of Gudbrandsdalen, catering for both winter and summer leisure activities. It is situated on the Peer Gynt trail, a ~100km cross-country tourist road. Show Gålåon the map
GruaGrua is a village in the municipality of Lunner, Norway. Its population (2005) is 1,477. Mining is historically important, and Norway's oldest registered iron mine (from 1538) is located here. Show Gruaon the map
SkåbuSkåbu is a village in Nord-Fron municipality, Norway. It has 600 inhabitants. Skåbu is situated 870m above sea level and is the highest permanently inhabited village in northern Europe. Show Skåbuon the map
BøverbruBøverbru is a village in Vestre Toten municipality, Norway. Its population is 691. It is located between Reinsvoll and Kolbu. A local meat-producer, Totenkjøtt, is located here. Show Bøverbruon the map
VingromVingrom is a village in the municipality of Lillehammer, Norway, located just north of the Gjøvik border by the lake Mjøsa. Vingrom has a population (SSB 2005) of 524. Show Vingromon the map
TyinholmenTyinholmen is an area on the north of the mountain lake Tyin in Jotunheimen in Vang, Oppland, Norway. At the place is a resort that has been in operation since 1892. Show Tyinholmenon the map
SlettmoenSlettmoen is a village in the municipality of Løten, Norway. It is located near the village Løten and Løiten Brænderi. Slettmoen has a population (SSB 2005) of 675. Show Slettmoenon the map
BjoneroaBjoneroa is a village in the municipality of Gran in the county of Oppland, Norway. Bjoneroa is located near Randsfjorden, which is Norway's fourth largest lake. Show Bjoneroaon the map
BybruaBybrua is a village in the municipality of Gjøvik, Norway, a few kilometres west of Hunndalen and the city of Gjøvik. Bybrua has a population (SSB 2005) of 524. Show Bybruaon the map
LalmLalm is a village in the municipality of Vågå, Norway. It is located in Ottadalen, at the southern end of Lalmsvatnet, and has a population of 316. Show Lalmon the map
FollebuFollebu is a township and parish of Gausdal in Oppland, Norway. Follebu parish in located in the Sør-Gudbrandsdal rural deanery. Follebu Church (Follebu kirke) was built in Gothic style of stone and brick between the years 1260 and 1300. Show Follebuon the map
VingnesVingnes is a village in the municipality of Lillehammer, Oppland, Norway. Located on the west bank of lake Mjøsa with view over Lillehammer. Show Vingneson the map
JarenJaren is the administrative centre of Gran municipality, Norway. Together with Brandbu it forms an urban area with a population of 4,423. Show Jarenon the map
FlubergFluberg is a village, a parish and a former municipality, now part of the municipality of Søndre Land in Oppland, Norway. Show Flubergon the map
LeiraLeira i Valdres is a village in Nord-Aurdal municipality, Norway. Its population is 861, in 2014. Show Leiraon the map
HovHov is a village and the administrative centre of Søndre Land municipality, in Oppland County, Norway. Show Hovon the map
GrotliGrotli is a village in Skjåk, Norway. The village is abandoned except for a hotel and some cabins. Show Grotlion the map
BrekkomBrekkom is a place in Ringebu, which is in Oppland, a county in eastern part of southern Norway. Show Brekkomon the map
SkreiaSkreia is a village in the municipality of Østre Toten, Norway. Skreia was the terminus of Skreia Line (Skreiabanen), an abandoned railway line which once ran between Reinsvoll and Skreia. The single track rail was a branch line from the Gjøvik Line and was closed in 1987. Skreia is located along Fylkesvei 33 which runs between Bjørgo in Nord-Aurdal and Minnesund in Eidsvoll. Ostre Toten Cultural Center (Østre Toten kulturhus)is located in Skreia. The principal local industry is food production and the processing of potatoes and vegetables. The village population was 1,041 inhabitants as of 1 January 2015. Show Skreiaon the map
Ottais a town in the municipality of Sel in the county of Oppland in Norway. Show Ottaon the map
KappKapp is a village in the municipality of Østre Toten, Norway. Its population (2005) is 1,855. Show Kappon the map
SlettaSletta is a village in the municipality of Østre Toten, Norway. Its population (2005) is 307. Show Slettaon the map
FåvangFåvang is a village and parish in the municipality of Ringebu, in Oppland county, Norway. Show Fåvangon the map
BismoBismo is the administrative centre of Skjåk municipality, Norway. Its population is 550. Show Bismoon the map
HarpefossHarpefoss is a village in Sør-Fron municipality, Norway. Its population was 439 in 2008. Show Harpefosson the map
JørstadmoenJørstadmoen is a village in Lillehammer municipality, in Oppland, Norway. Show Jørstadmoenon the map
Fefor Show Feforon the map
SvingvollSvingvoll is a village in Gausdal municipality, Norway. Show Svingvollon the map
EggeEgge is a village in Oppland, Norway. Show Eggeon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Oppland
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LillehammerLillehammer (Norwegian pronunciation: is a town and municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Lillehammer. As of May 2011, the population of the town of Lillehammer was 26,639. The city centre is a late 19th-century concentration of wooden houses, which enjoys a picturesque location overlooking the northern part of lake Mjøsa and the river Lågen, surrounded by mountains. Lillehammer hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics and 2016 Winter Youth Olympics.Before Oslo's withdrawal from consideration, it was included as part of a bid to host events in the 2022 Winter Olympics if Oslo were to win the rights to hold the Games.Show on map
JevnakerJevnaker is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Jevnaker with a population of 4,302. The parish of Jævnaker was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Lunner was separated from the municipality of Jevnaker on 1 January 1898 to form a municipality of its own. The municipality is (together with Gran and Lunner) a part of the Hadeland traditional region. The Hadeland region has a population of about 30,000. The region spreads over a large area including several villages and towns.Show on map
LesjaLesja is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lesja. The parish of Lesje was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Dovre was separated from Lesja to become a municipality of its own in 1861. Lesja is bordered in the north by the municipalities of Nesset, Sunndal, and Oppdal; in the east by Dovre; in the south by Vågå and Lom; in the southwest by Skjåk; and to the west by Rauma.Show on map
Nord-AurdalNord-Aurdal is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Fagernes. The parish of Nordre Aurdal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Nordre Etnedal was transferred from Nord-Aurdal to the neighboring municipality of Etnedal on 1 January 1894. The municipality is served by Fagernes Airport, Leirin. In Nord-Aurdal, there is an alpine skiing center called Valdres Alpinsenter.Show on map
LomLom is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Fossbergom.The municipality of Lom was established on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Skjåk was separated from Lom to become a municipality of its own in 1866. Lom is famous for its extensive history, for having one of the few remaining stave churches in Norway, and for lying in the midst of the highest mountains in Northern Europe.Show on map
Granis a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Hadeland. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Jaren. There is also a village of Gran located within the municipality. The municipality of Gran was established on 1 January 1838 (see Brandbu was separated from Gran on 1 January 1897, but it was merged back into the municipality of Gran on 1 January 1962.Show on map
VågåVågå (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈʋoːˈɡoː]) is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The municipality comprises 1,330 km2. The administrative centre is the village of Vågåmo. The parish of Vaage was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The areas of Sel and Heidal were separated from the municipality of Vågå to become separate municipalities of their own on 1 January 1908.Show on map
Gjøvikis a town and a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Gjøvik. In 1861, the village of Gjøvik in the municipality of Vardal was granted town status and was separated from Vardal to form a separate municipality. On 1 January 1964, the neighboring rural municipalities of Biri, Snertingdal, and Vardal were all merged into the municipality of Gjøvik.Show on map
Søndre LandSøndre Land is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Land. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Hov. The old municipality of Land was divided into Søndre Land and Nordre Land in 1847. The area of Fluberg was separated from Søndre Land to become a separate municipality on 1 January 1914, but it was merged back into Søndre Land on 1 January 1962.Show on map
Nordre LandNordre Land is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Land. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Dokka. The old municipality of Land was divided into Nordre Land and Søndre Land in 1847. The area of Torpa was separated from Nordre Land on 1 January 1914 to become a separate municipality, but it was merged back into Nordre Land on 1 January 1962.Show on map
Øystre SlidreØystre Slidre is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Heggenes. The old municipality of Slidre (created in 1838) was divided into Øystre Slidre and Vestre Slidre in 1849. The majority of today's residents live in the villages of Heggenes, Rogne, Skammestein, Beito, and Beitostølen.Show on map
DovreDovre is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdalen. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Dovre. The municipality is bordered on the north by Oppdal municipality, on the east by Folldal, on the south by Sel and Vågå, and on the northwest by Lesja. The highest peak is Snøhetta at a height of 2,286 metres (7,500 ft).Show on map
Ringebuis a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vålebru. The municipality of Ringebu was established on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Sollia was separated from Ringebu municipality to become a municipality of its own in 1864.Show on map
Nord-FronNord-Fron is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Vinstra. The old municipality of Fron was divided into Nord-Fron and Sør-Fron in 1851. In 1966, they were merged back together again, but that only lasted until 1977 when they separated once again.Show on map
Sør-FronSør-Fron is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Hundorp. The old municipality of Fron was divided into Sør-Fron and Nord-Fron in 1851. In 1966, they were merged back together again, but that only lasted until 1977 when they separated once again.Show on map
Sør-AurdalSør-Aurdal is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Bagn. The parish of Søndre Aurdal was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see The area of Bruflat was transferred from Sør-Aurdal to Etnedal on 1 January 1894.Show on map
ØyerØyer is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Tingberg. The parish of Øier was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see It is one of very few municipalities in Norway with unchanged borders since that date.Show on map
EtnedalEtnedal is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Bruflat. Etnedal was created as a new municipality on 1 January 1894 after the merger of the areas Nordre Etnedal (from Nord-Aurdal municipality) and Bruflat (from Sør-Aurdal municipality).Show on map
SkjåkSkjåk is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Bismo. The municipality of Skjåk was created when it was separated from Lom to become a municipality of its own in 1866. The local newspaper is named Fjuken.Show on map
GausdalGausdal is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Gudbrandsdal. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Segalstad bru. Follebu is a township and sub-parish in eastern Gausdal. Logging, farming, and tourism are important occupations in the municipality.Show on map
Oppland fylkeOppland [ˈɔpˈlɑn] (13px listen) is a county in Norway, bordering Sør-Trøndelag, Møre og Romsdal, Sogn og Fjordane, Buskerud, Akershus, Oslo and Hedmark. The county administration is in Lillehammer. Oppland is, together with Hedmark, one of the only two landlocked counties of Norway.Show on map
LunnerLunner is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Hadeland. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Roa. Lunner was established when it was separated from the municipality of Jevnaker on 1 January 1898.Show on map
Vestre SlidreVestre Slidre is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Slidre. The old municipality of Slidre was divided into Vestre Slidre and Øystre Slidre in 1849.Show on map
VangVang is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of \"Vang i Valdres\". The municipality of Vang was established on 1 January 1838 (seeShow on map
Vestre TotenVestre Toten is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Toten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Raufoss.Show on map
Østre TotenØstre Toten is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Toten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lena.Show on map
Different buildings in Oppland
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Fagernes Airport, LeirinFagernes Airport, Leirin (Norwegian: Fagernes lufthavn, Leirin; IATA: VDB, ICAO: ENFG) serves Fagernes, in the municipality of Nord-Aurdal, Oppland county, Norway. It also serves the surrounding valleys of Valdres, Hallingdal and Gudbrandsdal in Southern Norway, 190 kilometres (120 mi) from Oslo. Opened in 1987, it is owned and operated by state-owned Avinor. The airport is 822 metres (2,697 ft) above sea level, and has a 2,049-metre (6,722 ft) runway. It provides a regional service for the local population to Oslo, subsidized by the Ministry of Transport, as well as charter services during winter serving the nearby ski resorts. In 2014, the airport had 6,393 passengers.Show on map
Kraby60°40′37″N 010°51′16″E / 60.67694°N 10.85444°E Kraby is a village and an area of Østre Toten municipality in Oppland. The village lies around 2 kilometres east of Lena on riksvei 33. The village is named after the Kraby farms.Show on map
MemurubuMemurubu is a tourist hut in Norway, at the end or start of the famous Besseggen hiking trail. Memurubu is originally an old mountain pasture dating back to 1872, but has had tourists just as long. Cows are still grazing around the tourist hut, which lies at the mouth of the river Muru in the valley Memurudalen. After a fire destroyed the original lodge in 1998 it was rebuilt. The new facility has a few family rooms with shower and bathrooms although most of the 150 bunks are in double or quadruple occupancy rooms. The lodge produces its own green power from its hydroelectric generator.Show on map
Birkebeineren skistadionBirkebeineren Ski Stadium (Norwegian: Birkebeineren skistadion) is a cross-country skiing and biathlon venue located in Lillehammer, Norway. Situated 3 kilometers (2 mi) from the town center and at 485 meters (1,591 ft) above mean sea level, it has two stadium areas, one for cross-country and one for biathlon. The former has a capacity for 31,000 spectators, and the latter for 13,500. The venue was built for the 1994 Winter Olympics, costing 83.6 million Norwegian krone (NOK). It was subsequently used by the 1994 Winter Paralympics for Paralympic Nordic skiing and Paralympic biathlon. After the games, ownership was transferred to the municipal Lillehammer Olympiapark. The venue has since been used for one Biathlon World Cup, three FIS Cross-Country World Cup and nine FIS Nordic Combined WoShow on map
GjendesheimGjendesheim Turisthytte has been a staffed lodge with Norwegian Mountain Touring Association (In Norwegian, Den Norske Turistforening – DNT) Oslo og Omegn as proprietor since 1878, and is located in the heart of the Norwegian mountains. The lodge can accommodate 170 guests in bedrooms with 1, 2 and 4 beds and four dormitories. The standard is simple; with bunks and joint shower/WC. Gjendesheim is situated at the east end of Gjende lake, 1000 meters above sea level by the in Vågå municipality. It is located about 2 km from Maurvangen off Riksvei 51.Show on map
AulestadAulestad is a farm and writer's house museum in Follebu, Oppland, Norway. It is located along County Road Fv255 (Bjørnsonvegen) between Vinstra and Hovemoen. The farm is best known as the former residence of Karoline and Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson. Nobel Laureate Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson lived here with his family from 1875 until his death in 1910. The farm is still owned by members of the Bjørnson family.Show on map
BalbergBalbergbakken or Balbergbakkene was a ski jumping hill complex located at Fåberg in Lillehammer, Norway. The centerpiece consisted of a large hill with a construction point of 120 meters (390 ft) (K-120), in addition to three smaller K-40, K-25 and K-15 hills. The venue was opened in 1972, having cost slightly more than one million Norwegian krone (NOK) after significant cost overruns. Balbergbakken hosted three Norwegian Championships, in 1973, 1978 and 1983, and a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in 1984. The hill record of 130.5 meters was set by Tom Levorstad in 1981. It was planned that the venue would be used for the 1994 Winter Olympics, but because of lack of infrastructure, the new Lysgårdsbakken was built instead. Balbergbakken was closed in 1992.Show on map
BøverdalskyrkjaBøverdal is a valley in Lom municipality in the county of Oppland, Norway. For many centuries a route went from Lom village up through Bøverdal and down into Sogn. The 34 meter tall Saga Column (Norwegian: Sagasøyla), was erected in Bøverdalen in 1992. The history of the column is very convoluted. It started in 1926, when sculptor Wilhelm Rasmussen (1879–1965) won the competition for a monument celebrating the Norwegian Constitution. The column was originally intended to be placed by the Norwegian parliament in Oslo. The column shows the history of Norway from the time of the first king, Harald, in 872 to the first national assembly, Riksforsamlingen, in Eidsvoll in 1814.Show on map
SpiterstulenSpiterstulen is a former mountain farm, now a tourist station in the valley Visdalen in Lom in Oppland, Norway. Spiterstulen lies 1,100 metres above sea level, between the two highest mountains in Norway, Galdhøpiggen and Glittertind. It is the largest tourist cabin in Jotunheimen, with around 230 beds. It is reachable by car.Show on map
Dombas Railway Converter StationDombås Station (Norwegian: Dombås stasjon) is a railway station located at Dombås in Dovre, Norway. The station is located on the Dovre Line as well as serving as the terminal station for the Rauma Line. The station is served by express trains on the Dovre Line and regional trains on the Rauma Line. The station was built in 1913 when the Dovre Line was extended to Dombås.Show on map
Hjerkinn StationHjerkinn Station (IATA: YVH) is a railway station located at Hjerkinn in Dovre, Norway. The station is located on the Dovre Line and served by four daily express trains each direction to Oslo and Trondheim. There is no settlement at Hjerkinn, though there is an army base as well as the nearby Dovre National Park.Show on map
Otta Railway Converter StationOtta Station (Norwegian: Otta stasjon) is a railway station located in the town of Otta in Sel, Norway. The station is located on the Dovre Line and served express trains to Oslo and Trondheim. The station was opened in 1896 when the Dovre Line was extended from Tretten Station to Otta. The restaurant was taken over by Norsk Spisevognselskap on 1 October 1924. It retained an all-year operation until 30 September 1928, when the restaurant was closed for the winter season. It opened again in May and retained the summer-only service. The operation was later privatized.Show on map
LesjaverkLesjaverk is a village in Lesja municipality in the upper Gudbrandsdal valley of Oppland county, Norway. It lies approximately 25 miles north of Dombås on the Raumabanen railway line. European route E136 goes from Ålesund up through the Romsdal valley and passes through Lesjaverk to end at Dombås. Located in a high mountain pass at 633 meters elevation, it is situated between Svarthøi (1883 meters), Storhøi (1868 meters) and Merratind (1702 meters) mountains in the Dovrefjell range to the north and Digervarden (1780 meters) mountain to the south.Show on map
GjendebuGjendebu is the oldest cabin of the Norwegian Mountain Touring Association (DNT). The cabin lies 995 metres above sea level, by the western end of the lake Gjende, central in Jotunheimen. It is accessible by hiking along marked trails, or by boat over Gjende from Gjendesheim. The cabin was built in 1871 and was at that time 45 m² and with 12 beds, today there are 119 beds. Neighbouring cabins are Gjendesheim, Memurubu, Fondsbu, Olavsbu, Leirvassbu and Spiterstulen.Show on map
HafjellHafjell is a village and a ski resort in Norway, in the Øyer municipality in the county of Oppland. Hafjell hosted the alpine skiing technical events (giant slalom and slalom) at the 1994 Winter Olympics; the speed events were held at Kvitfjell, a regular stop on the World Cup tour for men's speed events in March. Hafjell occasionally hosts World Cup slalom and giant slalom races, last in 2006 (women) and 1996 (men's & women's finals).Show on map
MaurvangenMaurvangen is a campground by Øvre Sjodalsvatnet and a short distance from Gjendesheim. It is located about 1,000 meters above sea level and lies next to the river Sjoa which is a popular fishing area. Maurvangen has a small shop that sells food, hunting and fishing licenses, and a small restaurant that serves local homemade food. Maurvangen is owned and operated by the family Moen who are originally from Vågå.Show on map
StrykenStryken Station (Norwegian: Stryken stasjon) is located on the Gjøvik Line at Stryken, Lunner, Norway. The station was opened on 1 November 1917, after NSB Gjøvikbanen stated operating of the line on 11 June 2006, but the station has a very limited service, with only selected trains stopping on Saturdays and Sundays during the winter to serve the nearby recreational area.Show on map
SkrautvålSkrautvål is a village in Nord-Aurdal, Oppland, Norway.It is located north of Fagernes, and north-east of the lake Sæbufjorden and Norwegian National Road 51. The local sports team is Skrautvål IL, of which Inger Helene Nybråten is the most prominent member. Also, Olav Meisdalshagen grew up somewhat north of Skrautvål.Show on map
TingelstadTingelstad is a small place in the municipality of Gran in Oppland, Norway. It is located about five kilometres SSW from Brandbu, following Norwegian County Road 240, which passes by is the home of two churches: Tingelstad Old Church and Tingelstad Church, and the museum Hadeland Folkemuseum.Show on map
GlitterheimGlitterheim is a mountain cabin in the valley of Veodalen in Jotunheimen, Norway. It is owned by the Norwegian Mountain Touring Association (DNT). The cabin lies 1,384 meters above sea level, at the foot of the mountain Glittertind. It was designed by architect Hjalmar Welhaven, and built in 1901.Show on map
Ringebu stavkirkeRingebu Stave Church (Norwegian: Ringebu stavkyrkje) is a stave church located in Ringebu in Ringebu municipality, Gudbrandsdal, Norway. Built in the first quarter of the 13th century, and dated according to coins found during archeologic surveys.Show on map
Nord-SelSel is a village in the municipality of Sel, Norway, often referred to as Nord-Sel to avoid ambiguity. As the name indicates it is located in the northern part of the municipality. Its population (SSB 2005) is 578.Show on map
LiaLia is a village in Sør-Fron municipality, Norway. Its population is 261. It is separated from Hundorp by the Gudbrandsdalslågen river.Show on map
BjølstadBjølstad is a hamlet in the municipality of Sel, Norway, located in the former municipality Heidal. Its population (SSB 2005) is 311.Show on map
VågåVågå Church ((Norwegian: Vågå kyrkje) is a historic stave church located in Vågå in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
BaukerBauker used to be the military captain's farm residence in Gausdal, Norway.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Oppland
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LågenThe Gudbrandsdalslågen (or the Lågen) river flows through the Gudbrandsdal of Norway. The Gudbrandsdalslågen begins in the lake Lesjaskogsvatnet (or Lesjavatn), which lies in Lesja municipality in Oppland. Lesjavatn is the only lake in Norway which has two outlets; they flow into two of Norway’s more famous rivers. In the southeast at Lesjaverk village the lake serves as the headwaters for the while in the northwest at Lesjaskog village, Lesjavatn is the headwaters for the Rauma river.Show on map
MjøsaFrom its southernmost point at Minnesund in Eidsvoll to its northernmost point in Lillehammer it is 117 km long. At its widest, near Hamar, it is 15 km wide. It is 365 km² in area and its volume is estimated at 56 km³; normally its surface is 123 metres above sea level, and its greatest depth is 468 metres. Its total coastline is estimated at 273 km, of which 30% is built up. Dams built on the distribuary of Vorma in 1858, 1911, 1947, and 1965 raised the level by approximately 3.6 metres in total. In the last 200 years, 20 floods have been registered that added 7 metres to the level of Mjøsa. Several of these floods inundated the city of Hamar.Show on map
BygdinBygdin is a lake in the Jotunheimen mountain range. Bygdin is regulated and its normal level lies between 1,048 and 1,057 meters above sea level. It has an area of 46 km². The lake is long 25 km, but is narrow. The greatest depth is 215 m. The Vinsteråni river runs out Bygdin, passes through Vinstervatna and Vinstra lakes and flows into the Gudbrandsdalslågen river.Show on map
RandsfjordenRandsfjorden is Norway's fourth-largest lake with an area of 138 km2 (53 sq mi). Its volume is estimated at just over 7 km3 (1.7 cu mi), and its greatest depth is 120 metres (390 ft). The lake is 135 metres (443 ft) above sea level.It is located in the county of Oppland and borders the municipalities of Gran, Jevnaker, Nordre Land, and Søndre Land in the districts of Land and Hadeland. It is drained by the Randselva river. Although the term fjord usually describes a saltwater inlet, Randsfjorden is actually a freshwater lake with a narrow shape, approximately aligned on a north-south axis.Show on map
TyinTyin is a lake in the southwest part of the Jotunheimen mountain range in Norway. The lake lies in Vang municipality in Oppland county, although a small portion extends into Årdal municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county. The western border follows, for a large part, the border between Vang and Årdal. In area it is 33.02 km². The lake serves as a reservoir for Tyin kraftverk and the water level is regulated between 1082.84 and 1072.50 m above sea level. The volume is 0.313 km³.Show on map
GjendeGjende (or Gjendin) is a lake in the Jotunheimen mountains in Norway's Jotunheimen National Park. The proglacial lake shows typical characteristics of glacial formation, being long and narrow, with steep walls—18 km in length and only 1.5 km in width at the broadest point. Gjende has a characteristic light-green color resulting from the large quantity of rock flour which is discharged into the Gjende by the Muru river. The river Sjoa provides the outlet from Gjende at Gjendesheim, and flows eastward into the Gudbrandsdalslågen river.Show on map
HunnselvaHunnselva is a river in Norway which runs from the end of Einafjorden through the village of Eina in Vestre Toten municipality, northwards through Reinsvoll, Raufoss and Hunndalen before it runs into Mjøsa in Gjøvik. In Gjøvik the river splits between the two suburbs of Nordbyen and Sørbyen. Before it was known as the Hunn, the name came from the Anglo-Saxon word (Húð), meaning hunter, which also gave the name of the village of Hunn in Vardal. The village of Hunndalen, south of Gjøvik municipality, is also named after this river.Show on map
LesjaskogsvatnetLesjaskogsvatnet (literally the Lesja woods lake) is a lake which serves as the headwaters for Gudbrandsdalslågen (literally the Gudbrands valley water course) as well as for Rauma River. Gudbrandsdalslågen flows through the Gudbrandsdal valley bottom, ending in lake Mjøsa. The lake was dammed to serve the Lesja Iron Works in the 1660s. The lak has two outlets: It flows both East into the Gudbrandsdalslågen and west into the Rauma river in the Romsdalen valley.Show on map
AursjøenAursjøen is a lake in Norway on the border between Lesja Municipality in Oppland county and Nesset Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county. The (14.05 sq mi) lake sits at an elevation of 856 metres (2,808 ft) above sea level and is about 70.67 kilometres (43.91 mi) around. The lake was dammed up in 1953 to provide water for the Aura power station. It flooded together with the nearby lake Gautsjøen. The water in lake Aursjøen flows out to the river Aura which flows through the Eikesdalen valley and eventually to the lake Eikesdalsvatnet.Show on map
AursjoenAursjoen is a lake that lies in Skjåk municipality in Oppland, Norway. It has an area of 7.36 km² and is 18.88 km around. It lies at an elevation of 1,098 m above sea level.Show on map
VågåvatnetThe Vågåvatn lake (in the Norwegian language Vågåvatnet or \"the Vågå lake\") is located in Lom and Vågå municipalities, Oppland county, Norway. The river Otta, which begins in Skjåk municipality, flows into lake Vågåvatn. It then exits the Vågåvatn at Vågåmo and continues its journey through the Ottadal leaving Vågå municipality to meet the Gudbrandsdalslågen river at the town of Otta in Sel municipality. The lake is 362 meters above sea level and has a surface area of 14.76 km², making it one of the 200 largest lakes in Norway.Show on map
HelinHelin is a lake which lies in the municipalities of Vestre Slidre and Vang in Oppland county, Norway. The lake is regulated for power production by Åbjøra kraftverk. Helin has an area of 9,47 km² and its circumference is 27.17 km. It is located at 870 m above the sea, and has a volume of 18.6 million m³. In 1930 a 35 km² area between Helin and the Syndin lakes to the east was recognized as a botanical plant national park.Show on map
OlstappenOlstappen is a lake in the municipalities of Sør-Fron and Nord-Fron in Oppland county, Norway. The Vinstra River, coming from the southwest, flows into the west side of Olstappen and flows out of Olstappen’s northeast corner, thence east into Gudbrandsdalslågen at the town of Vinstra. The Espa River flows into Olstappen from the south, making it a tributary of the Vinstra. Olstappen lies south of the town of Skåbu.Show on map
StrondafjordenStrondafjorden (English: Stronda Fjord) is a lake which lies in the municipalities of Nord-Aurdal and Vestre Slidre in Oppland county, Norway. The lake is part of the Begna watershed. The northwest end of the lake is crossed by the Ulnes Bridge. It has an area of 13.24 km² and is 46.01 km around. It lies at an elevation of 355 m above sea level.Show on map
Sjoa RiverThe Sjoa river provides the outlet from lake Gjende at Gjendesheim in the Jotunheimen mountains of Norway's Jotunheim National Park. It flows eastward into the Gudbrandsdalslågen river via the Heidal traditional district in the Gudbrandsdal. South of the village Randsverk it flows through Ridderspranget—a ravine named after a Norwegian myth.Show on map
RondvatnetRondvatnet is a narrow lake in Rondane National Park. By the southern end is the Norwegian Mountain Touring Association's cabin Rondvassbu. Rondvatnet separates the eastern part of Rondane from the western part, Smiubelgen. In the summer season there is a boat service on the lake transporting hikers between the southern and northern end.Show on map
LosnaLosna is a lake which lies in the municipalities of Ringebu and Øyer in Oppland county, Norway. Losna is a part of the which is in this region so broad and runs so slowly that this stretch is recognized as a lake. It has an area of 10.50 km² and a length of 11 km. It lies 181 m above sea level.Show on map
SlidrefjordenSlidrefjord (English: Slidre Fjord) is a lake which lies in the municipalities of Vestre Slidre and Vang in Oppland county, Norway. The lake is part of the Begna Watershed. Slidrefjord has a surface area of 11.29 km² and a shore length of 46.34 km. It is at an elevation of 366 m above sea level.Show on map
SteinbusjøenSteinbusjøen is a lake which lies in Vang municipality in Oppland county, Norway. The lake is part of the Begna Watershed, and is regulated for the Ylja kraftverk. It is 13.52 km² in area and 34.52 km around. It lies at an elevation of 1,211 m above sea level.Show on map
EinafjordenEinavatnet is a lake which lies in Vestre Toten municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It has an area of 13.52 square kilometres (5.22 sq mi) and is 39.54 kilometres (24.57 mi) around. It lies at an elevation of 398 metres (1,306 ft) above sea level.Show on map
HunderfossenHunderfossen is a village in Lillehammer, Norway, located 15 kilometers (9.3 mi) north of the town. It features Hunderfossen Familiepark, Lillehammer Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge Track and Hunderfossen Station on the Dovre Line.Show on map
Nedre HeimdalsvatnetNedre Heimdalsvatn is a lake which lies in Vågå and Øystre Slidre municipalities in Oppland county, Norway. It has an area of 7.21 km² and is 26.23 km around. It lies at an elevation of 1,053 m above sea level.Show on map
RauddalsvatnetRauddalsvatnet is a lake which lies in Skjåk municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It has a surface area of 7.41 km² and a perimeter of 22.23 km around. It lies at an elevation of 916 m above sea level.Show on map
VeobreenVeobreen is a glacier in Oppland, Norway. It covers an area of about nine square kilometers, and is locataed within the Jotunheimen National Park, in the municipalities of Lom and Vågå.Show on map
BessvatnetBessvatnet is a lake in Vågå, Oppland, Norway. Bessvatnet is known to everyone that has hiked Besseggen, as one passes its southern end, while looking down on the green lake Gjende.Show on map
VinstreVinstre is a lake in the municipality of Vang and Øystre Slidre in Oppland county, Norway. It has an area of 28.26 km². It is at an elevation of 1,032 m above sea level.Show on map
HolåbreenHolåbreen is a glacier in the municipalities Skjåk and Luster, Norway. Located in the mountain range Breheimen, it has a total area of about 20 km².Show on map
RussvatnetRussvatnet is a lake in Jotunheimen, Norway, and also within Jotunheimen National Park. It lies between the mountains Surtningssue and Besshø.Show on map
TorsvatnetTordsvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Skjåk in Oppland county, Norway within the mountain range Tafjordfjella.Show on map
GrønvatnetGrønvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Skjåk in Oppland county, Norway, within the mountain range Tafjordfjella.Show on map
EtnaEtna river flows through Etnedal and Nordre Land municipality in Oppland, Norway.It flows into Randsfjorden.Show on map
LalmsvatnetLalmsvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Vågå in Oppland county, Norway. It is a part of the Otta river.Show on map
ØyangenØyangen is a lake in the municipalities of Vestre Slidre, Øystre Slidre and Vang in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
ØyangenØyangen is a lake in the municipalities of Gran in Oppland county and Hurdal in Akershus county, Norway.Show on map
TesseTesse is a lake which lies in Lom and Vågå municipalities in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
BreidalsvatnetBreiddalsvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Skjåk in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
FeforvatnetFeforvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Nord-Fron in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
AkksjøenAkksjøen is a lake in the municipality of Nordre Land in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
ØyangenØyangen is a lake in the municipality of Nord-Fron in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
SlettingenSlettningen is a lake in the municipality of Vang in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
FleinsendinFleinsendin is a lake in the municipality of Vang in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
AvalsjøenAvalsjøen is a lake in the municipality of Lunner in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
FlatningenFlatningen is a lake in the municipality of Vågå in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
LemonsjøenLemonsjøen is a lake in the municipality of Vågå in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
StogofjordenOtrøvatnet is a lake in the municipality of Vang in Oppland county, Norway.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Oppland
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SkardstindenSkarstind (official form on maps: Skardstinden) is a prominent part of the Galdhøpiggen mountain range in northwestern Jotunheimen, Norway, and is the sixth highest summit in the country. The mountain has three summits, the main summit at 2,373 meters above sea level, Nåle, the Needle, at 2,310 m and the small western summit at 2,215 m. It is located within the municipality of Lom, (in Oppland) on the eastern side of the Leirdalen valley, and the summit can be seen from the road along the valley floor. There are several other peaks in the vicinity, but only Galdhøpiggen, a few kilometers to the east, is higher. The mountain can be seen from most of the higher peaks in Jotunheimen and Breheimen to the northwest.Show on map
RasletindenRasletind is a mountain with two summits in Norway, the highest at 2105 m above sea level. It is located on the border between the municipalities of Vang and Vågå, (in Oppland), but the northwestern corner of the municipality of Øystre Slidre reaches the summit of Øystre Rasletind. It is the southeasternmost summits in the Jotunheimen mountain area. It is situated on the western side of the high mountain plain of Valdresflyi. It is the eastern end of the long east-west-trending Kalvehøgde massif. The summit can be observed from most of the mountain areas south and east of Jotunheimen.Show on map
GlittertindenGlittertind (official form on maps: Glittertinden) is the second highest mountain in Norway, at 2,465 m above sea level, including the glacier at its peak (without the glacier, it is 2452 m). It is located within the municipality of Lom, in the Jotunheimen mountain area. There used to be a cabin at the summit, but because of the impossibility of mooring it sufficiently, it was taken by a storm and landed on the Grjotbreen glacier, under the steep north wall of the summit.Show on map
DovrefjellDovrefjell is a mountain range in central Norway that forms a natural barrier between Eastern Norway and Trøndelag, the area around Trondheim. As a result, it has been heavily trafficked during and probably preceding historical times. Several mountain inns were established in the Middle Ages to house pilgrims traveling to Trondheim, and there are even ruins of an old leper colony in the northern area of it. The Dovrefjell area has now been almost entirely protected as two national parks:Show on map
JotunheimenJotunheimen (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈjuːtʉnˌhæɪmən], the home of the Jotnar) is a mountainous area of roughly 3,500 km² in southern Norway and is part of the long range known as the Scandinavian Mountains. The 29 highest mountains in Norway are all in Jotunheimen, including the very highest - Galdhøpiggen (2469 m). Jotunheimen straddles the border between the counties of Oppland and Sogn og Fjordane. There is a National Tourist Route, the Sognefjell Road, from Skjolden to Lom and another road, the RV 51, from Gol to Vågå through the special area of Valdresflya.Show on map
SnøhettaSnøhetta is the highest mountain in the Dovrefjell range, and the highest mountain in Norway outside the Jotunheimen range, making it the 24th highest peak in Norway, based on a 30-metre topographic prominence cutoff. Its topographic prominence is the third highest in Norway. The mountain is inside Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella National Park. The mountain has several peaks: \n* Stortoppen, the highest summit, 2,286 meters. \n* Midttoppen, 2,278 meters, prominence 40 m \n* Hettpiggen, 2,261 meters, prominence 50 m \n* Vesttoppen, 2,253 meters, prominence 70 mShow on map
Jotunheimen National ParkJotunheimen (“Home of the Giants”) National Park (Norwegian: Jotunheimen nasjonalpark) is a national park in Norway, recognized as one of the country's premier hiking and fishing regions. The national park covers 1,151 km² and is part of the larger area Jotunheimen. More than 250 peaks rise above 1,900 metres (6,000 feet), including Northern Europe's two highest peaks: Galdhøpiggen at 2,469 metres, and Glittertind at 2,465 metres. Wildlife include the reindeer, elk, deer, wolverines and lynx. Most lakes and rivers hold trout.Show on map
ValdresValdres is a traditional district in central, southern Norway, situated between Gudbrandsdal and Hallingdal. The region around Valdres consists of the six municipalities of Nord-Aurdal, Sør-Aurdal, Øystre Slidre, Vestre Slidre, Vang and Etnedal. Valdres has about 18,000 inhabitants and is known for its excellent trout fishing and \"beautiful\" dialect. Its main road is E16 and Fylkesveg 51.Show on map
BesshøiBesshø (official form on maps: Besshøe), is a mountain in Vågå, Oppland, Norway, and is part of the Jotunheimen mountain range. It lies right above Bessvatnet, along the Besseggen hiking trail. On the mountain's north-eastern side a small cirque glacier, and is surrounded by a large ice-cored moraine, a relatively rare feature in Norway. From Besseggen there is a nice view over Gjende and Bessvatnet. Gjende is about 400 m lower than Bessvatnet. While Bessvatnet has a blue colour common to lakes, Gjende has a green colour due to glacier runoff depositing clay into the lake (rock flour).Show on map
TjørnholstindenTjørnholstind (official form on maps: Tjønnholstinden) is a mountain in Vågå, Oppland, Norway and lies in the mountain range Jotunheimen south of the lake Gjende and north of the valley Leirungsdalen. On the northern side is a 400 m vertical drop down to Nordre Tjønnholet, a glacier. The mountain has two peaks with a narrow ridge between. The western summit is the highest and the lower eastern summit also has the name Steinflytind and has elevation 2,318 m (7,605 ft). The mountain and both peaks are easily accessible from both west and east.Show on map
Rondane National ParkRondane National Park (Norwegian: Rondane nasjonalpark) is the oldest national park in Norway, established on 21 December 1962. The park contains ten peaks above 2,000 metres (6,560 ft), with the highest being Rondeslottet at an altitude of 2,178 m (7,146 ft). The park is an important habitat for herds of wild reindeer. The park was extended in 2003, and now covers an area of 963 km2 (372 sq mi) in the counties Oppland and Hedmark. Rondane lies just to the east of Gudbrandsdal and two other mountain areas, Dovre and Jotunheimen are nearby.Show on map
TornoseTordsnose is a mountain on the border of Norddal Municipality (in Møre og Romsdal county) and Skjåk Municipality (in Oppland county) in Norway. The 1,975-metre (6,480 ft) tall mountain lies within the Tafjordfjella mountain range and within Reinheimen National Park, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southwest of Karitinden and 8.5 kilometres (5.3 mi) south of Puttegga. The lake Grønvatnet sits 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south of the mountain and the lake Tordsvatnet lies 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) straight east of the mountain.Show on map
NevelfjellNevelfjell is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.With an elevation of 1089 m, Nevelfjell is the highest peak in the municipality (kommune) of Lillehammer. Nevelfjell is a popular destination in the Lillehammer area both in winter and in summer. On clear day there is a good panoramic view of a wide area, including peaks of Jotunheimen and Rondane. There are hiking and ski trails to the top of Nevelfjell and a warming hut \"Nevelhytta\"Show on map
SpåtindSpåtind is a mountain in the middle between Lillehammer and Fagernes. The summit lies on the border between the municipalities Nordre Land and Etnedal, both in the county of Oppland. Spåtind is the highest mountain in the mountain area Synnfjell. There are numerous cabins situated around the mountain, the largest cluster being Hugulia on the southern side. On the western side there is a facility for alpine skiing and a hotel.Show on map
SkredahøinSkredahøin (also referred to as Skredho and Skredhøis) a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway with an elevation of 1800m above sea level. Its tip lies at a latitude of 62.25 and longitude of 9.18333. Skredahøin lies in an active seismic region and hence experiences frequent Earthquakes, the most recent being the one on 24/3/2012 with a magnitude of 3.2 ritcher and its centre 305.3 km away for the mountain.Show on map
SurtningssuiSurtningssue (or Surtningssui) is the seventh-highest mountain in Norway. It lies in Jotunheimen, on the border between the municipalities Lom and Vågå. Surtningssue has several distinct peaks, of which Store Surtningssue is the highest. Surtningssue is most easily reached from the cabin Memurubu, along the northern shore of Gjendin.Show on map
SkeikampenSkeikampen is a mountain that is located in central southern Norway in Gausdal. There is an alpine facility at the mountain with 11 ski-lifts and 17 pistes. The area also has an 18 hole golf course which is the highest golf course altitude in Norway. The mountain's profile is depicted in the coat-of-arms of the Gausdal municipality.Show on map
BråkdalsbelgenBråkdalsbelgen is a mountain in Sel, Oppland. It has an elevation of 1,915 meters above sea level. It is located within Rondane National Park and is adjacent to Ljosåbelgen and Sagtinden, all three of which overlook Verkilsdal, a small river valley. A small lake, Verkilsdalsvatnet, is located at the base of Bråkdalsbelgen.Show on map
VeobrehestenVeobrehesten is the 61st highest mountain in Norway, and the last of the Norwegian peaks higher than 2000 meters to be ascended, in 1949. The mountain is a nunatak standing in the middle of the glacier under the Leirhøi mountain. Its late ascent is due to this remote location, and the rather challenging approach.Show on map
StorsmedenStorsmeden is a mountain in the western part of the Rondane mountain range. The mountains in the western part are called the Smiubelgen mountains. The mountain is easiest to access on its western ridge. Experienced hikers may access via Veslesmeden, scrambling the eastern ridge.Show on map
VeslesmedenVeslesmeden is a mountain in the Rondane mountain range, in the western part of Rondane often called Smiubelgen. The mountain is easily hiked from the cabin Rondvassbu (DNT). Experienced mountain hikers may scramble to Storsmeden from Veslesmeden.Show on map
MidtrondenMidtronden is a mountain with two peaks in Dovre, Oppland, Norway. It is in the mountain range Rondane. The western peak is the highest, 2,060 m (6,759 ft), while the eastern peak is 2,042 m (6,699 ft) with a primary factor of 90 m (295 ft).Show on map
SmedhaamaarenLjosåbelgen is a mountain within Rondane National Park in Oppland, Norway. It has an elevation of 1,948 meters above sea level and has a prominence of 205 meters. It is adjacent to Bråkdalsbelgen and overlooks the valley of Verkilsdal.Show on map
Store BukkeholstindenStore Bukkeholstinden is a mountain in Lom, Oppland, Norway. It is the highest among the mountains called Bukkeholstindane, and lies on a ridge between the glacier Bukkeholsbreen in the north, and the valley Tverrbytnede in the south.Show on map
BitihornBitihorn (local pronunciation: ['biːtɪ'hødn̩]) is a mountain in the southernmost outskirts of Jotunheimen, Norway. It is situated due west of national route 51, and is therefore a landmark for tourists following that popular route.Show on map
Nørdre HestbreapiggenHestbrepiggene or Hestbreapiggan is a mountain ridge consisting of about 7 peaks in Breheimen National Park, in Oppland, Norway. The highest peak, Nørdre Hestbreapiggen, reaches 2,172 m (7,126 ft) above sea level.Show on map
GaldhøpiggenGaldhøpiggen is the highest mountain in Norway, Scandinavia and Northern Europe, at 2,469 m (8,100 ft) above sea level. It is located within the municipality of Lom (in Oppland), in the Jotunheimen mountain area.Show on map
Keilhaus toppKeilhaus topp is one of Norway's highest mountains, but is not always included in rankings due to its prominence of only 20 m. The summit lies approximately 750 m east of Galdhøpiggen, Norway's highest.Show on map
Leirungstinden,vestreLeirungstinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway. The eastern of the two peaks is the highest, reaching 2,288 m (7,507 ft) above sea level. The western peak reaches 2,250 m (7,382 ft) a.s.l.Show on map
StorebjørnStorebjørn (literally Big Bear) is a mountain in Lom, Oppland, Norway and lies in the Jotunheimen mountain range. North of the summit is the mountain Veslebjørn, and east of the glacier Smørstabbrean.Show on map
VeopallanVeopallan is a mountain consisting of two peaks in Jotunheimen National Park and Oppland, in southern Norway. The highest reaches 1,847 m (6,060 ft), and the other 1,824 m (5,984 ft) above sea level.Show on map
DigerrondenDigerronden is one of the ten mountains in Rondane National Park over 2,000 m, and lies in the municipality Dovre in Oppland, Norway.It has a characteristic pyramidal shape.Show on map
Midtre HellstugutindenMidtre Hellstugutinden is a mountain in Lom, Oppland, Norway. It is the second highest mountain on the Hellstugutindane ridge, and lies just north of Store Hellstugutinden.Show on map
StorhøiStorhøi is a mountain in the municipality of Lom in Oppland, in southern Norway. It is 1,777 meters high and lies in the northeastern part of Breheimen National Park.Show on map
FilefjellFilefjell is a mountainous area between Lærdal and Valdres in Norway. It is the historical, as well as modern, main route, linking West Norway and Østlandet.Show on map
LangeskavlenLangeskavlen is a mountain in the municipality of Vang, Oppland, in southern Norway. It lies just outside the border of Jotunheimen National Park.Show on map
LendfjelletLendfjellet is a mountain in Breheimen National Park in southern Norway. The summit makes borderpoint between the municipalities of Lom and Skjåk.Show on map
BruriBruri is a mountain located within the municipality of Lesja in Oppland, in southern Norway. It reaches 2,001 m (6,565 ft) above sea level.Show on map
StorstyggesvånåtindenStorstyggesvånåtinden is a mountain in the municipality of Lesja in Oppland, Norway. The summit is the highest point in Lesja.Show on map
Kalveholotinden,nordreNørdre Kalvehølotinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway. It is the 165th tallest peak in Norway.Show on map
Store SvartdalspiggenStore Svartdalspiggen is a mountain at the border of the municipalities of Lom and Vågå in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
Store TverråtindenStore Tverråtinden is a mountain just south of Galdhøpiggen, in the municipality of Lom in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
SlettmarkhøeSlettmarkhøe is a mountain close to the southern border of Jotunheimen National Park, in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
TrollsteinrundhøeTrollsteinrundhøe is a mountain just north of Glittertind in Jotunheimen National Park, Oppland, Norway.Show on map
VeslfjelltindenVeslfjelltinden is a mountain in the western part of Jotunheimen mountain range, in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
TrollsteinseggiTrollsteinseggi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway. It is the 22nd tallest peak in Norway.Show on map
GråhøiGråhøe is a mountain in Jotunheimen National Park, in the municipality of Lom in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
SkarddalseggiSkarddalseggi, or Skardalseggje, is a mountain in Jotunheimen National Park in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
MesmogtindenMesmogtinden is a mountain in the mountain range Jotunheimen in Oppland, southern Norway.Show on map
VisbretindenVisbretinden is a mountain in Oppland in the mountain range Jotunheimen, southern Norway.Show on map
GråhøiGråhøi is a mountain in the municipality of Øystre Slidre in Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HolhøeHolhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway. Elevation: 1,806 mProminence: 100 mShow on map
StorbreatindenStorbreatinden is a mountain in the municipality of Lom in Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
DigervardenDigervarden is a mountain in the municipality of Lesja in Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SaukampenSaukampen is a mountain in Nord-Fron municipality of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HattenHatten is a mountain in the municipality of Lesja in Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
GråhøeGråhø is a mountain in the municipality of Lesja in Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
TverrbytthornetTverrbytthornet is a mountain in Jotunheimen National Park, in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
VesldalstindenVesldalstinden is a mountain in Breheimen National Park in southern Norway.Show on map
LamannshaugenLamannshaugen is a hill in the municipality of Jevnaker in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
SteinbukampenSteinbukampen is a mountain in the municipality of Lom, in Oppland, Norway.Show on map
LeirungshøeLeirungshøi is a mountain in Oppland and Reinheimen National Park, Norway.Show on map
SnøholtindenSnøholstinden is a mountain in the county of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
Nestsøre HellstugutindenNestsøndre Hellstugutinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
Nørdre HellstugutindenNordre Hellstugutinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
GjelhøeGjelhøi is a mountain in Breheimen National Park in southern Norway.Show on map
Nørdre KnutsholstindenNordre Knutsholstinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
BukkehammarenBukkehåmåren is a mountain in Oppland, a place in southern Norway.Show on map
TverrfjelletTverrfjellet (Dovre) is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
Midtre TverråtindenMidtre Tverråtinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
StorbrettingskollenStorbrettingskollen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SvellnosbrehestenSvellnosbreahesten is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
FalketindFalketind (Dovre) is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
Bråkdalshøi,indreIndre Bråkdalshøe is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
TjønnholsoksleTjønnholsoksle is a mountain near Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
FinndalshorungenFinndalshorungen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
StortverråtindenStortverråtinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SkarddalstindenSkarddalstinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
RognhaugenRognhaugen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
BukkehøiBukkehøe, or Bukkehøi, is a mountain in Lom, Oppland, Norway.Show on map
EinøvlingseggenEinøvlingseggen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
LangedalstindenLangedalstinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
KvitskardtindenKvitskardtinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SlettmarkkampenSlettmarkkampen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
LushaugenLushaugen is a mountain of Akershus, in southeastern Norway.Show on map
HinnåtefjelletHinnotefjellet is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
GrotbreahestenGrotbreahesten is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
VeslbreatindenVeslbreatinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
KvitingskjølenKvitingskjølen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
VennisfjelletVennisfjellet is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
LeirhøiLeirhøi, or Leirhøe, is a mountain in Lom, Oppland, Norway.Show on map
HestdalshøgdiHestdalshøgdi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
LauvhøiStore Lauvhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
VeobretindenVeobretinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
BukkeholshøiBukkeholshøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
DyrtjønnhøeDyrtjørnhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HøgdebrotetHøgdebrotet is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HeimdalshøeHeimdalshøe is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HeidalsmuenHeidalsmuen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
VeslfjelletVeslfjellet is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
GaldebergetGaldeberget is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SulefjelletSulefjellet is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
LangvasshøiLangvasshøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
StamåhjuletStamåhjulet is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
FokstuguhøiFokstuguhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SimlepiggenSimlepiggen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SandåtindenSandåtinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SemeltindenSemeltinden is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SandgrovhøiSandgrovhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
DyringshøeDyringshøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
StorrondenStorronden is one of the mountains in the Rondane range.Show on map
StornubbenStornubben is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HeranoshøiHeranoshøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HalvfarhøiHalvfarhøe is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
StorbreahøeJervefonni is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SkagsnebbSkagsnebb is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
HorrungenHorrungen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
TverreggiTverreggi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SpiterhøiSpiterhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SjongshøeSjongshøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
MoldulhøiMoldulhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
DørkampenDørkampen is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
BjørnahøiBjørnahøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
BlåbergetBlåberget is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
RankonøseRankonosi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
RaudeggiRaudeggi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
RyggehøiRyggehøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
TrihøinTrihøene is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SøverhøeSøverhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
ØrnenosiØrnenosi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
LomseggiLomseggi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SkauthøiSkauthøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
GeitåhøiGeitåhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
GaldhøiGaldhøi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
KyrkjaKyrkja is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
SkagetSkaget is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
LoftetLoftet is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
BlåhøeBlåhøe is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map
EggiEggi is a mountain of Oppland, in southern Norway.Show on map