Explore a magical and historic trip in one of Norway's most adventurous stretches of landscape

Day 1. The journey starts at "the main lodge" in central Geilo. Here you get an early check-in, a walk in the village, storytelling and a 4-course local taste menu in the evening.

Day 2. You wake up refreshed and eat a delicious and relaxing breakfast, before you are driven to Haugastøl where we take out your bike and equipment. Then you take the train from Haugastøl up to Finse. There, a day of glacier hiking on the Hardangerjøkulen/Blåisen meets dinner in the historic Hotel Finse 1222 with a majestic view of the national parks.

Day 3. To a magical spectacle over Lake Finsevann, you wake up between two national parks and another lovely day out in beautiful mountain scenery. At Finse 1222 you enjoy a delicious breakfast and prepare a snack for the day's excursion. Now you will cycle 27 km on the famous Rallarvegen from Finse down to Haugastøl. Once there, you will be picked up and driven to Ustaoset and our hunting lodge "Hallinghi". Here there will be accommodation and a delicious Fjellspa, and the evening ends with a 4-course mountain gourmet with a view of Ustevatn and Hallingskarvet.

Day 4. On the last day, you wake up to peace and the smell of freshly baked pastries. Before breakfast, we recommend a trip to the sauna with essential oils organized by our fantastic guide Hilde. This loosens up the senses and muscles after a few active days in the mountains. Before departure, we enjoy a quiet and relaxing breakfast.

Information about the trip


4 days/3 nights

Where we go

Geilo, Finse, Ustaoset

Total price

Price example

Price includes

Transportation, Activity, Bikes & Equipment, Meals and Stay

Bring with you

Clothes according to weather conditions. Swim wear

Rainwear, Warm clothes, Hiking shoes

Number of people



For everyone

Degree of Difficulty




- Big enough to serve you, small enough to know you -

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Jan, Julie & Timba (the dog)
Host Family | Geilo Mountain Lodge

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