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Hiking trails in the municipality

Øyer municipality has 18 tours marked and signed by national standard to 10 places in Øyer and Tretten. You will find both famous and unknown tours, long and short, light and demanding, for young and old.

Øyer municipality has 18 tours marked and signed by national standard to 10 places in Øyer and Tretten. You will find both famous and unknown tours, long and short, light and demanding, for young and old.

The local mountains offer breathtaking mountain expanses, as well as mountain peaks with spectacular views. Marked rambling trails have been established throughout the area to guide you through the best Norwegian nature has to offer.

Maps and tour descriptions can be downloaded and found on ut.no. On the trips to the mountains it is important to take along ordinary maps. Øyer Mountain Council has issued information maps. The map is put up for sale at shops and gas stations, and at the mountain office.

Rambling trails:
The Norwegian Mountain Touring Association has designed and marked a wide range of trails in varying terrain in the Nordseter, Sjusjøen and Øyer mountains. The landscape is featured by gentle mountain slopes, rounded hills, and mountain plateaus. The terrain is ideal for walking. All the main trails are marked with a red "T".

In the Øyer Mountains, you can follow marked trails from Hafjelltoppen and down to the centre of village. There is also a marked forest trail down to the river Lågen, and from the west side of the river up to the "Fakkelmannen (Olympic Torch Man)" which is a feature carved out of the forest on the side of the valley opposite Hafjell.

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