|Langsua nasjonalpark, 2653, Gausdal, Norge|
|Svendsrudvegen 8, 2653 Vestre Gausdal, Norge|
|Fv204 1250, 2653 Vestre Gausdal, Norge|
|Fv204 1, 2880 Nord-torpa, Norge|
|Lenningsvegen 1307, 2890 Etnedal, Norge|
|Svarthamarvegen 2643, 2890 Etnedal, Norge|
|Storeskag 1, 2940 Heggenes, Norge|
|Bjødnhølen 3, 2953 Beitostølen, Norge|
|Jotunheimvegen 961, 2643 Skåbu, Norge|
|Storhølivegen 662, 2643 Skåbu, Norge|
|Espedalsvegen 1951, 2658 Espedalen, Norge|
|Unnamed Road,2657, 2657 Svatsum, Norge|
Kittilbu Mountain MuseumAt Kittilbu you can learn that Hynna Nature Reserve once was an area of extensive bog iron production, and study how the iron was made. And you can learn that a century ago, the mountain farms used so much firewood for cheese making that they were urged to burn peat instead to conserve the birch forest. You can learn about how nature protection in Langsua National Park actually started up in 1938 when a small remnant of primeval forest was discovered in Mount Ormtjernkampen. In 1968 Ormtjernkampen National Park became Norway´s third and smallest national park. And there is so much more to learn – come visit! Open in summer.
Holsbru starting pointOld forests and a beautiful river valley greet you at Holsbru. The peak of Mt. Ormtjernkampen can easily be reached, and other ridges as well. See the beautiful Holsfossen waterfall and hike along the Dokkelva river. Or stay overnight in the beautiful Dokkfaret valley, where you can hike into the national park. You can camp along the lakes, walk to Vestfjellhytta self-service cabin, drive or bike to Liomseter lodge, or rent a cabin from Gausdal Mountain Board. Maybe try your luck at fishing in the river or the many lakes? Closed in winter.
Storlægerplassen and Oppsjøkrysset starting pointsThis is two starting points for hikes to the Røssjøkollane Ridge from the summer road between Gausdal and Valdres. At the ridge you can choose among several peaks with splendid views in all directions. You can also try your luck at fishing in the small Lake Røssjøkolltjernet, and even stay overnight at Torpa Mountain Board´s cabin (book in advance). Closed in winter.
Lenningen starting point
From here you will have a stunning view into the southern part of Langsua national park, with glimpses of the high peaks of Jotunheimen in the background. From here you can follow the DNT (Norwegian Trekking Association) trail north to Liomseter lodge and further. Or maybe stay and try your luck at fishing in the nearby lakes. In winter you can go skiing, snowshoeing or take your team of dogs on great sledding trips through the snow-clad landscape. Accommodation can be found at Lenningen fjellstue.