WEFOUNDThe Valdris Book: A Manual of the Valdris Samband (Classic Reprint)


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Valdres is a traditional district in central, southern Norway , situated between Gudbrandsdal and Hallingdal . The region around Valdres consists of the six municipalities of Nord-Aurdal , Sør-Aurdal , Øystre Slidre , Vestre Slidre , Vang and Etnedal . Valdres has about 18,000 inhabitants and is known for its excellent trout fishing and "beautiful" dialect . Its main road is E16 and Fylkesveg 51 . [1]

Valdres is located approximately midway between Oslo and Bergen . The valley is protected to the west and north by the Jotunheimen mountains (see Valdresflye ) and to the south by the Gol mountain ridge ( Golsfjellet ). The main rivers are Begna and Etna . Historically, Valdres has had an agricultural economy, but tourism has grown in prominence in later years. Beitostølen , a highly developed tourist area for winter tourists and who have hosted FIS Cross-Country World Cup multiple times is located in Valdres. [2] [3]

The name is from the Old Norse stem words völlr (a mountainous plain ) and dres (a cleaved road to be ridden on by a horse ). [4] Another explanation to the etymology is that Valdres stems from "Valdles" , which is from the stem words vald (forest) and les (pasture), i.e. "the valley of pastures in the forest". [5]


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