History

On average, Norwegians spend 60 days a year in cabins. This is a part of our cultural heritage. In earlier time the farmers brought their livestock up in the mountains on pasture in the summer. While herding the cows and sheep they lived in small cabins. 

Here they made butter and other dairy products. At the mountain lodge the lived by the food they made, the berries they gathered and whatever the nature offered. In Bjørnfjell Mountain Lodge we want to give you the opportunity to take part in this Norwegian cabin culture. Stay comfortable inside our cosy cabins while enjoying the nature.