Accommodation, Businesses and more pictures from Hurdal
Hurdal muncipality has approximately 2.700 inhabitants and covers a area of 284,9 km2. Beside Hurdalssjøen the farming and forestry have always been important for settling and employment in Hurdal. After the main airport was moved from Fornebu to Gardermoen, Hurdal have become a industrial and residential area. The main attractions are the Hurdal Rural Museum, Hurdal Church, Hurdal Works, Knaisætra, Rognlisaga, Skrukkeli Chapel and Fjellsjøkampen hill.
The most important motorways and main roads to and from the whole of Norway go through Akershus. Travelers by train, coach, car and boat to and from the area around Oslo have to pass through Akershus. There is a very good public transport system carrying large numbers of passengers between Akershus and the surrounding area daily, facilitating travel around the county. This provides an alternative to the big city, whether it's for just an afternoon trip or a longer stay. You can get to all parts of Akershus within one hour from the centre of Oslo. The most modern airport in Europe lies in Akershus Oslo Airport.
Hurdal ski resort has 4 ski lifts, 10 runs of varying difficulty and a snowboard area. The total length of the skiing area is 7 km, and the drop is 260 metres.