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Welcome to Langsua National Park

Here is plenty of space to enjoy nature undisturbed. In the national park the landscape and the diversity of animals and plants living there are protected. You are welcome to enjoy it, but we ask of you to help us protect it as well.

Contact us

Langsua National Park – Management
Vestringsvegen 4, Segalstad bru
2651 Østre Gausdal, Norway
E: morten.liebe@statsforvalteren.no
E: ulf.ullring@statsforvalteren.no
Tlf. +47 416 77 672 / 481 97 979
Postmottak: sfinpost@statsforvalteren.no

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About the National Park

Langsua National Park and adjoining protected landscapes and nature reserves, a protected area of 1000,4 km2 in total is located in the municipalities of Gausdal, Nordre Land, Nord-Aurdal, Øystre Slidre, Nord-Fron, Sør-Fron and Etnedal. Both the landscape and the diversity of animals and plants living there are protected.

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Activities in Langsua

A visit to Langsua provides many opportunities for great experiences all year round – on foot, by bicycle and on skis. You could also take a trip up one of the many peaks that offer stunning views, many of which can be reached in just a few hours.

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Photo: Ole Thøring
Photo: Ole Thøring

Visitor Centers and Starting Points

You will find good starting points for hikes in Langsua National Park from the locations of Kittilbu, Holsbru, Storlægerplassen, Lenningen, Svarthamar, Storeskag, Bjødnhølen, Veslefjell, Storhøliseter, Verksodden in Espedalen valley, Revsjøen and Synstgardseter.

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Travel and accommodation

There are many hotels and mountain lodges to choose from close to the national park. The Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) is well represented in the area with trails and self-service huts. Many rental cabins both inside and close to the national park offer simple accommodation. Another alternative is to bring your own tent.

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Title Address Description
Langsua nasjonalpark
Langsua nasjonalpark, 2653, Gausdal, Norge
Lillehammer turistkontor
Jernbanetorget 2, 2609 Lillehammer, Norge
Valdres turistkontor
Jernbanevegen 7, 2900 Fagernes, Norge
Beitostølen velkomstsenter
Bygdinvegen 3787, 2953 Beitostølen, Norge
Kittilbu utmarksmuseum
Svendsrudvegen 8, 2653 Vestre Gausdal, Norge
Holsbru
Fv204 1250, 2653 Vestre Gausdal, Norge
Storeskag
Storeskag 1, 2940 Heggenes, Norge
Veslefjell
Jotunheimvegen 961, 2643 Skåbu, Norge
Værskei
Vestfjellvegen 191, 2653 Vestre Gausdal, Norge
Lenningen
Lenningsvegen 1307, 2890 Etnedal, Norge
Ormtjønnkampen
Unnamed Road, 2653 Vestre Gausdal, Norge
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Where is Langsua National Park?

Langsua National Park is located in the mountain area where the municipalities of Gausdal, Nordre Land, Nord-Aurdal, Øystre Slidre, Nord-Fron and Sør-Fron meet.

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How do I get there?

You can get to Langsua by bus, train or car. Read more.

Hiking

Starting points and vistas

Holsbru in Gausdal.
Vantage point

Vantage point

Storeskag in Øystre Slidre, Veslefjell in Skåbu/Nord-Fron, Lenningen in Etnedal and Værskei in Gausdal are great starting points and offer great vistas.
Portal-Norges-nasjonalparker

National Park Municipalities

Gausdal and Øystre Slidre.
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Other national parks in the vicinity

You will find Jotunheimen National Park to the northwest, and Rondane National Park to the northeast. Both are clearly visible from Langsua National Park.