Sparstadtrøe in Sanddalen
A traditional summer mountain farm, located in a beautiful area at the entrance of Jotunheimen National Park with hiking trails. There are cows, goats and horses on the farm. Experience the traditional way of making cheese without electricity on a woodstove. We serve home made specialities and sell goat cheese, sour cream and butter.
Open 2. July–24. August Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays from 12 noon–5pm. Other days or larger groups possible on appointment. Thursdays closed. If covid-19 measures have been implemented at the time of your visit, tables must be pre-booked (via phone/FB or e-mail). No internet, mobile reception or card payment at the summer farm.
Sparstadtrøe i Sanddalen is a member business along Kongevegen across Filefjell.
There's no electricity or mobile net/reception at Sanddalen. Please use SMS or e-mail to book space. Payment by cash only.
The farm is located at the North side of Vangsmjøsa in Vang.
From road E16, Oslo: Drive towards Hensåsen/Slettefjellvegen at Hemsing bru. After 2 km, take to the left towards Vennis. Turn right after 8,7km towards Sanddalen.
From road E16, Bergen: Take to the left towards Vennis from Eidsbru. After 9,1km, turn left towards Sanddalen. Private mountain road 7 km
Toll road NOK 70.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good0
- 267runelBergen, NorwayTrip Type:FamilyWhat a stunningg place with great owners05/07/2017An absolute must see to understand norwegian agricultural tradition with horses, cows, goats etc. Combine that with stunning view of mountain view, local food inside the cottage of the owners, is... Read full review
- adelaltDubai, United Arab EmiratesTrip Type:FamilyFar from the street03/08/2018The farm is far from the main street, almost 30 minuets of driving in unpaved road in the mountain, the cheese is not for sale, and there’s no program activities to do with animals like horse riding... Read full review
- Rutger JTrip Type:FamilyGreat place to visit18/08/2018The drive to the farm was a treat by itself, although unpaved and rough, we enjoyed it very much. Arriving at the farm there was a sense of ease and serenity and a stunning view. When talking to one... Read full review
|Season (2 July 2022 - 24 Aug 2022)|
|Thursday - Friday||Closed|
* Other days or larger groups possible on appointment, but Thursdays closed.