Sunday's breakfast was eaten with Hallingskarvet in the morning sun as a backdrop. We were again ready with traps under the skis and went in search of local treasures. Together with Jack, we found a peak nearby where we bet the sun had done wonders with the crowd. Conditions worked well, but Randofolk's envoy must have waited a little longer for the sun to work. Fortunately, this did not prevent turns in glorious weather and fun forest driving.
Well back we said goodbye to the weekend's hosts and guides, and thanked for our stay. We left Storestølen convinced that this is a great place to start your top hiking career, or just simply for professional, vital replenishment from skilled instructors.
Storestølen Fjellhotell offers various accommodation options. The guest department was built in 2011 and refurbished until today. The rooms are large and comfortable with a view of the striking nature of the national park. There are accommodation options from the single room type to family apartments. In the reception and dining area there is a common area that invites to well-deserved relaxation after a long day in the mountains. Storestølen focuses on short-distance food and the good outdoor experiences.
In addition to this, various courses, activities, health treatments, tailor-made group events and wedding events are offered by Storestølen Fjellhotell.
The staff at Storestølen are concerned that the raw materials are organic and local, the house wine is also biodynamic. Every night, delicious, well-composed three-course dinners are served. Storestølen adapts its menu to allergies, intolerances, vegans or different types of diets.