Lesja Bugdetun, by Lesja Church is a traditional inland farm rooming 12 buildings dating from the 18th and 19th century and portrays local inland culture, working life and living conditions from this time.
The clothing factory, Oddfred Tokles konfeksjonsfabrikk, was in operation from 1938 to 1982 and displays an authentic 1960s environment. Open for groups in the summer season by arrangement with Romsdal Museum.
Situated 34 kilometres outside Åndalsnes by Rødven. This stave church is a one nave church of a type which has interior staves in the longer walls. It was probably constructed around 1300. The medieval church had external galleries all the way around, but these were demolished during a reconstruction in the 17th century.
Trollveggen Visitor Centre is located under Trollveggen , Europe's highest vertical mountain wall. The top shoots stretching nearly 1,800 feet into the sky. The upper 1000 m is vertical, and there is an overhang of nearly 50 meters!
Gunnar Bø housed in Innfjorden, 10 km from Åndalsnes. He works with floral paintings, and in all 1 floor of his house you will find arts and crafts on display for sale. If you are lucky he may be working when you arrive!
Trollstigen road is still closed, but the road is open to the 3 curv where the road is closed. Further traffic and passage into the area is prohibited. The area has a lot of ice and snow and avlanches are expected !
Trollstigen cafè in Isterdalen is open !
Trollstigen opens in May and usually closes in October , depending on the weather and temperature : Further information on : Vegvesen.no Trollstigen - the road (road 63) is a dramatic and exciting experience. The road twists through 11 hairpin bends as it climbs up to Stigrøra (858 metres above sea level). In some places it is cut into the mountain; in others it is built on top of stone walls. An impressive bridge in natural stone carries it across the Stigfossen waterfall.