Article source: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk
The 42kmRondane Tourist Roadgoes on the east side of the Rondane Mountains from Enden in the south to Folldal in the north. The centre is situated near the midpoint of this route, and the place also serves as a main starting point for mountain hikers. The placing together of the two user groups has been important for the layout. For the car tourist: How to be introduced to nature and the mountains during a few minutes stop. And for the hiker: How to leave or come back to civilisation after days in the wilderness. Strømbu is also an information centre for several activities in the district, and the place is basically run and operated by the local parish.
- Architects: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk
- Project: Strømbu Service Centre and Rest Area
- Location: Folldal, Norway
- Photography: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk (CVH), Rickard Riesenfeld (CVH), Jarle Wæhler, Simon Skreddernes
- Vegetation consultant: Villvin landskap by B. Thorvik Helgen
- Consulting engineers: Sweco, Alerud, IBR-elprosjekt