Lillehammer is a picturesque town in south-eastern Norway. Many remember the name Lillehammer from the 1994 Winter Olympics. Today, Lillehammer attracts travelers year-round for outdoor activities and relaxation close to nature at Lake Mjøsa. There are lots of sports events each year, especially in February and March.

The Lillehammer Travel Guide

Lillehammer is a picturesque town in south-eastern Norway. Many remember the name Lillehammer from the 1994 Winter Olympics. Today, Lillehammer attracts travelers year-round for outdoor activities and relaxation close to nature at Lake Mjøsa. There are lots of sports events each year, especially in February and March.

Lillehammer- bunaden- Norway

Blue "Lillehammer bunad" from Lillehammer, Oppland, Norway (It is also made in green, red and black, but I haven't found a picture)

Hunderfossen park, Lillehammer, Norway. Har en meget kaldt og regnfull telt opplevelse på jobbetur når praken var ny...

Welcome to the Norwegian Troll Park in Lillehammer - amongst Norway's most popular tourist attractions!

Lillehammer Family Park, Norway ….Stay cheap and comfortable on your stopover in Oslo: www.airbnb.com/rooms/1036219?guests=2&s=ja99 and https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6808361

norway has a lillehammer a childs storybook ones and we did so many we had fun!

The Garmo Stave Church - Maihaugen Open Air Museum, Lillehammer, Norway

The Garmo Stave Church, Maihaugen Open Air Museum, Lillehammer, Noruega

Hunderfossen, ice cathedral, near Lillehammer,  Norway

Norway – Lillehammer, Speed and an Ice Hotel

48-hour guide to Oslo, Norway. #Wholewidenworld #oslo #norway #travel #48hourguide #travelblog

48 hour guide to Oslo, Norway

Check out the guide to Oslo. Between the historic museums, the hip neighborhoods, or the modern architecture.

Lillehammer, Norway

Lillehammer is the only destination in Norway where you can enjoy skiing facilities in the morning, visit an art museum during lunch and do some shopping or go to the cinema in the afternoon.

trolls in norway | Troll^Lillehammer ..... so this is what trolls look like...hmmmm...

Fuck I hate trolls. Trolls in Norway are full of mischief. They live under trees and wait for someone to come out for a picnic. Slowly, items in that colored lunch box begin to disappear. Traditions says Trolls began in Norway.

Located 12 km from Lillehammer, Nordseter Fjellstue offers great cross-country skiing conditions on its doorstep. Cute rustic cabins.

Located 12 km from Lillehammer, Nordseter Fjellstue offers great cross-country skiing conditions on its doorstep.

Maihaugen, Lillehammer

Maihaugen, Lillehammer

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