A Trip Down the Mighty Mjøsa
The Skibladner is the world's oldest preserved paddle steamer. It does daily cruises in the summer up and down the length of Lake Mjøsa.

Lake Mjøsa is either a long lake or an inland fjord, depending on whom you ask. The 150-year old Skibladner paddle-boat looks like something out of Mark Twain and traverses some of the most spectacular countryside in a nation renowned for loveliness. There is an on-board restaurant, though with surroundings like these travelers would likely be just as happy with a basket of bread, reindeer sausage, and Gjetost cheese.
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Bryggevegen 2, 2821 Gjøvik, Norway
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