Webcams in Jotunheimen and Around

Webkamera Gjende - Besseggen

Webcam from the Gjende lake near the Besseggen Ridge (on the right side). Webcam includes Weather information.

Webkamera Vang

Webcam vang, Vang is a municipality in Oppland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of “Vang i Valdres”. The municipality of Vang was established on 1 January 1838

Webkamera Vågåmo

Vågåmo is the administrative centre of Vågå municipality, in Oppland county. Norway. Its population is 1,463. The village is located at the outlet of Lake Vågåvatn in the Otta valley. The Otta River and Highway 15 pass through the village.

Webkamera Sota Sæter

Webcam from the Sota Sæter in Skjak. Sota Sæter is fondly remembered by many who have been there. More than 100 years old, it originally was a working seter, or summer dairy, and now consists of ten buildings around a courtyard, with a warm, sheltered ambience. It’s a fine place to spend a few days. The lodge offers good cuisine, a sauna and new nature trails and culture trails for hikers of all ages.

Webkamera from Spiterstulen

Spiterstulen is a former mountain farm, now a tourist station in the valley Visdalen in Lom in Oppland, Norway. Spiterstulen lies 1,100 metres above sea level, between the two highest mountains in Norway, Galdhøpiggen and Glittertind. It is the largest tourist cabin in Jotunheimen, with around 230 beds. This image is taken towards Visdalen and Styggehø. Source: Spiterstulen

Webkamera from Sognefjellshytta

The Sognefjellsvegen or Sognefjellsveien is the highest mountain pass road in Northern Europe. Part of County Road 55, it is located in Oppland and Sogn og Fjordane counties in Norway. It is a national tourist road and starts in the village of Lom in the municipality of Lom, it then travels over the Sognefjell mountain area, and it ends in the village of Gaupne in the municipality of Luster. towards the east Source: Skjolden

Webkamera Galdhøpiggen

Galdhøpiggen (English: Galdhø Peak) is the highest mountain in Norway, Scandinavia and Northern Europe, at 2,469 m (8,100 ft) above sea level. It is located within the municipality of Lom (in Oppland, in the Jotunheimen mountain area. Source: GPSS

Webkamera Eidsbugarden

Eidsbugarden is a tourist center which lies at the western end of Lake Bygdin in the Jotunheimen mountain range on the outskirts of Jotunheim National Park in Oppland, Norway. Eidsbugarden lies to the southeast in Jotunheim. Source: JVB

Webkamera Grotli

Camera is mounted on Grotli (about 900 m, Skjåk at the junction Rv15/Gamle Stryn mountain road (Fv258). View to the northwest (m / Rv15 in the picture). Source: skjaakhytteservice

Webkamera Turtagrø

Turtagrø Hotel is located 884 m in Jotunheimen Vest, and started back in 1880. Turtagrø Hurrungane known as cradle of mountain sports in Norway. Source: Turtagro

Webkamera Beitostølen

Beitostølen right now: Camera view, the ski slopes in the centre.

Webkamera ved Lemonsjøen

The camera at Lemon Lake is located in the ski hill, but retrieves weather data from a weather station located downstairs at the cafe.

Webkamera Tyinholmen

Tyinholmen is an area on the north of the mountain lake Tyin in Jotunheimen in Vang, Oppland, Norway. Source: Tyinholmen

Webkamera Grønolen Fjellgard

Webcamera Grønolen Fjellgard Slettefjell, Beito

Webcamera Tyinholmen

View from Tyinholmen against Tyin, Breikvamsnosi and Koldedalsbreene.

Webkamera Vang i Valdres - towards Vangsmjøsa

Vang i Valdres – towards Vangsmjøsa

Webkamera Gaupne

Webkamera Gaupne

Webkamera Lom - Fossheim

Webkamera Lom – Fossheim

Webcamera Leirvassbu

Webcamera Leirvassbu

Webkamera Krossbu

Webkamera Krossbu

Webkamera Skjolden

Webkamera Skjolden

Webkamera Mørkridsdalen

Webkamera Mørkridsdalen

Webkamera Tyinkrysset

Webkamera Tyinkrysset

Webcamera Fardalen

Webcamera Fardalen

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