With 1016 m and high magnificent mountains on each side of the valley, lies Sikkilsdalsseter beautifully in the Norwegian mountains.
Setra is from the 1700s and still has much of the old charm in it. Sikkilsdalen is perhaps best known for its annual horse slips but turisttraffikken goes back to the mid 1800s, when Englishman Lord Bamford owned valley. He got Sjur Sande of Vaga as leaseholder and guide. Sjur settled with his family in Sikkilsdalen in 1868 and the farm has since been leased by Sande family.
Sikkilsdalsseter located 12 km from plowed road in winter, and transport in to the farm is weasel. We also have alternative horse and sleigh, for good old-fashioned way. Stop along with, if desirable. Event fire.