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Bergo Hotel, Leiligheter og Hytter
Bergo Hotel, Leiligheter og Hytter
7.7 Good
Bygdinvegen 3782, Beitostølen, Oppland, Norway
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0.0 km from city centre,  

Situated in Beitostolen, Bergo Hotel is within easy driving distance of Heggenes and offers a ski school, a beauty centre and a sauna. It features 3-star rooms with views of the mountains.

C$ 113
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Scandic Valdres
Scandic Valdres
7.7 Good
Jernbanevegen 26, Fagernes, Oppland, Norway
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0.3 km from city centre,  

This comfortable hotel in Fagernes offers free wireless internet, as well as a sauna and an indoor pool. There is also a fitness centre with a swimming pool and a sauna.

C$ 125
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Gomobu Fjellstue
Gomobu Fjellstue
8.5 Excellent
Valtjednvegen, Ron, Oppland, Norway
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6.6 km from city centre,  

Gomobu Fjellstue features ski in/out facilities, a sauna and a bicycle hire. Popular facilities, such as a ski school and a bowling alley, make for an enjoyable stay in Nord-Aurdal.

C$ 279
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Hotel prices in Valdres

3 stars
Bergo Hotel, Leiligheter og Hytter
#1 Most popular

Bergo Hotel, Leiligheter og Hytter

Bygdinvegen 3782, Beitostølen, Oppland, Norway

7.7 Good
C$ 113

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4 stars +
Scandic Valdres
#1 Most popular

Scandic Valdres

Jernbanevegen 26, Fagernes, Oppland, Norway

7.7 Good
C$ 125

Avg. per night

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About Valdres

Stretching from the Jotunheimen Mountains in the north to the Gol Ridge in the south, Valdres is a spectacular valley that lies partway between Oslo and Bergen. This historically agricultural region has flourished in recent years as a tourism destination, with an abundance of outdoor activities that include hiking, fishing and cross-country skiing.

Stretch your legs on one of the picturesque hiking trails that meander through Valdres or tackle one of Norway’s most famous hikes, the Besseggen Ridge, for sweeping views across the region. The valley also boasts some excellent rock climbing routes and the newly opened Synshorn Via Ferrata overlooking the Bygdin and Vinstre lakes.

In the winter months, families can head to the Beitostølen Ski Centre to enjoy its 12 downhill runs and dedicated children’s area. You can explore the snow-blanketed landscapes during a husky-led sledding safari or on one of the cross-country skiing trails before trying your hand at ice fishing at Vaset Lake.

Getting there

Valdres is around three hours’ drive from Oslo and Oslo Airport while Bergen is five hours away. Having your own vehicle is the best way of accessing the valley and getting around the region.

Valdres travel FAQs

Stretching from the Jotunheimen Mountains in the north to the Gol Ridge in the south, Valdres is a spectacular valley that lies partway between Oslo and Bergen. This historically agricultural region has flourished in recent years as a tourism destination, with an abundance of outdoor activities that include hiking, fishing and cross-country skiing.

Stretch your legs on one of the picturesque hiking trails that meander through Valdres or tackle one of Norway’s most famous hikes, the Besseggen Ridge, for sweeping views across the region. The valley also boasts some excellent rock climbing routes and the newly opened Synshorn Via Ferrata overlooking the Bygdin and Vinstre lakes.

In the winter months, families can head to the Beitostølen Ski Centre to enjoy its 12 downhill runs and dedicated children’s area. You can explore the snow-blanketed landscapes during a husky-led sledding safari or on one of the cross-country skiing trails before trying your hand at ice fishing at Vaset Lake.

Getting there

Valdres is around three hours’ drive from Oslo and Oslo Airport while Bergen is five hours away. Having your own vehicle is the best way of accessing the valley and getting around the region.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Valdres?

    Valdres has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its favored locations, like Fagernes, Beitostølen, and Heggenes.

  • What are the best hotels in Valdres?

    Bergo Hotel, Leiligheter og Hytter (7.7/10 from 1,682 reviews), Radisson Blu Mountain Resort, Beitostolen (8.0/10 from 1,534 reviews), and Bygdin Høyfjellshotell (8.2/10 from 306 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Valdres.