What to see in Gaustablikk
Gaustablikk offers a wealth of fantastic natural and cultural experiences for the whole family.
Here are eight tips for your holiday in Gaustablikk, whether you're into culture and history, hiking, quiet boat trips on Kvitåvatn or fun with the kids.
Things to do
Gausta Activity Centre - Lots of fun activities for young and old
Gausta Activity Centre offers a wide range of activities – from guided mountain tours to rowing boat hire and fun for the kids.
Kvitåvatn – Idyllic surroundings for great water adventures
The idyllic Lake Kvitåvatn just outside Gausta offers plenty of fantastic water activities.
Rjukan – Nature and culture in a class of its own
The town of Rjukan, around 20 minutes drive from Gaustablikk, is in many ways unique – and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Rjukanbadet – Great water park for the whole family
In Rjukan, just 20 min from Gaustablikk, children and adults can enjoy the fun water activities at Rjukanbad.
Hardangarvidda Nasjonalpark – World–class high mountain nature
Hardangarvidda is Europe's largest high mountain plateau and offers plenty of unique natural experiences.
Gaustatoppen in winter clothes
With or without skis on your feet – the Gaustatoppen is a MUST if you visit Gausta.
Norsk Industrial Museum – Exciting and dramatic history
At the Norwegian Industrial Museum you can experience the exciting history of Rjukan and Vemork, which includes the world's largest power plant, the invention of mineral fertiliser – and one of most important and dramatic sabotage operations of World War Two.