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Norefjell sits 50 miles away from the city of Oslo.
There is little else that restores the soul like a trip to the seaside. Organize a picnic, grab your favorite drop of wine and absorb the stunning setting of Hvervenbukta Beach, 55 miles southeast from Norefjell. Another wonderful place is Paradisbukta Beach, 50 miles to the southeast.
Langedrag Nature Park, found only 25 miles outside of Norefjell, is an impressive natural space that everyone should see.
Honefoss Stadium is in Ringerike, 30 miles east of Norefjell. It's the home grounds of the Hønefoss BK. Make sure you wear green and white, the colors of the hometown heroes.
For some skiing or snowboarding, you can't go wrong with Hurdal Skisenter, 55 miles away from Norefjell, or Oslo Winter Park, 45 miles away.
Villa Fridheim and Norefjell Golfklubb are in Noresund, a nearby locality 9 miles away. Why not check them out? Krøderbanen railway line and Norefjellheisen are some additional sights. These are about 9 miles from Norefjell, in Krodsherad.
To get to Vikersundbakken Ski Flying Hill, Blaafarvevaerket Art Exhibition and Heggen Church, travel southeast from Norefjell for 25 miles to Modum. Kroderbanen and Furumo Svommehall are additional sites if you have enough time.
Often, a destination's true essence can be discovered within its culinary traditions.
Dive into the colorful culinary scene and sample some moose and reindeer. These two ingredients are found seemingly everywhere in the region.
Svinekoteletter (pork chops) and lapskaus (stew with minced meat) are common meal choices for both visitors and local diners alike.
Save some room for some krumkake (thin rolled cake filled with cream) at the conclusion of your meal. This exquisite dessert is perfect for sweet tooths.
Would you like to sample a local spirit? If so, seek out a bottle of karsk (coffee and vodka).
Real travel encompasses so much more than simply seeing the sights. It is also about involving yourself in the stories and conversations of a culture. Your experience will become much more meaningful if you take the time to learn a couple of everyday words and phrases in Norwegian. Gratulerer med dagen translates to happy birthday in Norwegian. You should also try pronouncing Eg forstår ikkje (I don't understand).
Pull out all the stops and party for Constitution Day, a national day of festivities on the 17th of May.
When it is time to depart from this special place, ensure that you bid it a hearty "Ha det bra".
If you intend on leaving by plane, know that the nearest airport is 55 miles to the east.
Accommodation in Norefjell
Those coming to Norefjell should make reservations for a room, as currently there aren't many Expedia-rated Norefjell hotels to choose from.