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Spiterstulen is situated at 1111 meters above sea level. Around the middle of the 19th century, it was extended with one guest room where the travellers stayed overnight, and there was also organized guided tours to Galdhøpiggen. Spiterstulen was an outfarm for the family farm Nigard Sulheim and has been extended and modernized for several generations. The old cozy feeling is taken care of with small and large houses gathered around. In the lush valley you will find a rich flora, bobbely streams, corrupted animal captive graves and legendary sites. The area offers great activities and tours for families, but also advanced mountain tours with access to 17 of the highest peaks in Norway. Guest rooms vary from small rooms, bigger rooms or family rooms with private bathrooms to youth wards with bunk beds and shared laundry facilities.


The Norwegian Mountain code

Weather conditions in the mountains often changes very quickly and it is important to be prepared for bad weather. Whether you have little experience with outdoor activities, or are an experienced hiker, it is wise to have mountaineering rules in mind along the way.

  1. Do not set off on a long trip without exercise.
  2. Tell somebody where you go.
  3. Show respect for the weather and weather forecast.
  4. Be equipped for bad weather and cold, even on short trips.
  5. Always take a backpack and mountain gear.
  6. Listen to experienced mountaineers.
  7. Use map and compass.
  8. Do not go alone.
  9. Turn on time. It is no disgrace.
  10. Conserve energy and dig into the snow if necessary.

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