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Spiterstulen is situated at 1111 meters above sea level, by the old vikingroad through Visdalen in Lom. Around 1850, the farmhouse was built with guest rooms, where visitors arrived to spend the night, and there was also arranged guided walks to Galdhøpiggen. The Spiterstulen was originally an outfarm for the family farm Nigard Sulheim and has been modernized through several generations. The old and "hut" feeling is taken care of with small and large houses gathering in tun.

In the lush valley you will find rich flora, rippling streams, overgrown animal hunting graves and remains of old settlement. The area offers great possibilities and walks for families and also advanced mountain tours for hikers of every level. One has access to 17 of the highest summits in Norway within a day walk from Spiterstulen.

Our guest rooms vary from private chambers and family units with bathrooms to youth departments with bunk beds and shared bathroom facilities. We have accommodation for about 220 guests. In addition there is a camp site, and a parking lot for motor homes close to the parking lot with the possibility of electricity. For campers there is a service house in the parking lot with drinking water. We have possibilities for water refueling and drainage station for toilet and gray water.

The season at Spiterstulen is from around March 1st to around 1st. May and from around 20th May to around 10th October.

Spiterstulen - give life a break!

Spiterstulen was originally a cluster of farms to the family farm Sulheim which was extended for guests the first time in 1836.
Spiterstulen is located at 1,100 meters at the forest border deep into the warm and lush Visdalen.
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