Official information for Åndalsnes and Romsdalen since 1930

The Norwegian Mountaineering Centre consists of a restaurant, an interactive mountaineering museum, a climbing wall, an outdoor gear shop, a movie theatre and Via Ferrata experiences.

At the Norwegian Mountaineering Centre you can experience the mountaineering history through an interactive exhibition. The centre is focused around creating a meeting point for climbers, mountaineers, skiers and mountain admirers in general.

One of Norway’s highest indoor climbing walls

The climbing wall in the Norwegian Mountaineering Centre is one of the tallest you will find in all of Norway. It’s modern build with a wide range of difficulties for beginner as well as experts. The highest route is 21 metres long. You can practice in their course wall which is suitable for beginners, children and climbing courses. The centre also features a bouldering wall for young and adults, and also a seperate room for smaller children.

 

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The Spectacular Trollfolk Film

The Norwegian Mountaineering Centre has it’s own movie theatre where they show their short-film “Trollfolk” on a daily basis. The film is a historical perspective on national mountaineering history in the theme of trolls. Children and adults alike will love this.

 

Restaurant Tindestua

The Norwegian Mountaineering Centre also has their own restaurant where you can get mountain-inspired meals, sit outside and enjoy the view of the Romsdal Fjord and the Isfjorden mountains. The dresscode is everything from hiking boots to leather shoes.

 

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