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Enjoy a pleasant boat cruise on the historical Telemark Canal, or take a hiking tour in wild scenery in Hardangervidda. Combine a canal tour with an overnight stay in one of Telemarks hotels. Get inspired and explore the coast and the mountains of Telemark!
Enjoy the charming coastal towns of Brevik, Langsund, and Kragerø where ferreis takes you to the many islands in the archipelago.
Hardangervidda is Northern’s Europe’s largest mountain plateau. The area is rich in fishing, animal life and flora. At the Hardangervidda National Park Center visitors can study the nature and wild life up close.
In Rjukan stone paths lead up to nice viewpoints and are accessible for the whole family. Also visit the UNESCO’s World Heritage industry history at Vemork.
Visit Bø Sommarland – Scandinavia’s largest water theme park.
Stathelle lies by the Brevik Brigde and has long been a junction between Bamble and Brevik because of the ferry traffic. Nice place to just walk around in the small streets with old houses.
Breivik is one of the best preserved coastal cities in our region. The city is beatutifully situated by the Eidangerfjord.
A new interactive exhibition about nature and wild reindeer has opened. Café with stunning views.
The tale of the serpent in the seljord Lake have been told since 1750 and have been passed down in spoken form, being only partly written down. You can look for the serpent from the sea serpent...
With Telemark Superski you have access to eight ski resorts, 123 pistes and 54 lifts with only one lift ticket. Discover Norway's largest skiing region!
Guided walk through the history of the Telemark Canal and the powerplant at Dalen.
Activity park for the whole family - with a 1:1000 model of the Telemark Canal. Be a lock master or a steam ship captain! Opens July 1st 2015.