Views from Trabelifjellet
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Venabygdsfjellet has many farms, cabins, hotels and hiking trails all year round. Fylkesvei 27 (National tourist road Rondane) goes over Venabygdsfjellet from Gudbrandsdalen, via Venabygda, and takes off at Venabygd church and over to Enden in Sollia municipality.
At Venabygdsfjellet you will find Lundes; a family business with a heart to deliver experiences and services tailored to the individual guest, in the middle of what many call «Norway's most beautiful hiking terrain». We rent cabins of all sizes in Lundegrenda, or apartments on Lundegard. At Lundekroa we serve good food, and what you may need on the mountain you will find in Lundebutikken or at Kiwi. Book a cabin or apartment at Lundes, centrally on Venabygdsfjellet. The possibilities are many; and the choice is yours, so Welcome to the mountains. Lundes is centrally located on Venabygdsfjellet, along the National Tourist Road for Rondane. Check out today's weather via the mountain's web camera.
Venabygdsfjellet offers countless hiking and horseback riding in summer. The hiking season starts from June 1 and lasts until October. Venabygdsfjellet is an open and inviting mountain area at the southern end of Rondane, with open plains and birch forest. The mountain plateau is surrounded by peaks, mountain lakes and streams. In the middle of the plateau you will find deep gorges and high waterfalls. In summer there is a network of marked trails in light and varied mountain terrain. Venabygdsfjellet is surrounded by 30 small and large mountain peaks that are easy to climb. There are also many farm roads and hiking trails that are suitable for cycling.
In winter, which starts in early November and lasts until April, Venabygdsfjellet has a snow-sure and stable winter climate with a great ski terrain. It runs 160 kilometers of marked ski trails in a varied terrain, which is suitable for family trips and training. Check the area via skisporet.no. In the late winter, it is often crowded and nice to walk everywhere. Troll Ski Marathon, which is the world's longest 1-day ski race (95 kilometers), follows the Trolløypa from Venabygdsfjellet to Sjusjøen. The race takes place in early April.