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Hallingdal Valley is a valley as well as a traditional district located in Buskerud. It consists of six municipalities: Flå, Nes, Gol, Hemsedal, Ål and Hol (Geilo). Hallingdal is one of the major valleys of eastern Norway, on an area of 5,830 square kilometers. Hallingdal lies in the northern part of the county of Buskerud. The valley stretches from Gulsvik by Lake Krøderen to the border with Hordaland and Sogn & Fjordane.

Central to the geography is relatively flat mountain area which lies from 700 to 1100 meters above sea level. The valley is V-shaped and is drained by the Hallingdal River (Hallingdalsvassdraget) which originates in the western parts of Hardangervidda and flows eastwards later southwards through Hallingdal.



 Hemsedal
 more video Buskerud Accommodation, Businesses and more pictures from Hemsedal  Hemsedal
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 more video Buskerud Accommodation, Businesses and more pictures from Gol  Gol
 more video Buskerud Accommodation, Businesses and more pictures from Flå  Flå
 more video Buskerud Accommodation, Businesses and more pictures from Ål  Ål