The full experience.
Dreamvalley Life is a great way of spending holidays in wilderness, surrounded by a relaxed herd of horses, in a social, artistic and down-to earth environment. If you love nature and are looking for silence combined with a simple lifestyle this is the perfect place .You are always welcome to take part in our little Dreamvalley community or to spend your time for a retreat. Two cats and a dog are living here as well.
You are welcome to take part in life just as it is in Dreamvalley from moment to moment, from day to day, from season to season. You are free to participate or to retreat, maybe concentrate on your own work such as writing, painting, reading. In wintertime a ski track passes right behind the farm. Rondane Nationalpark is situated close by, the area is perfect for hiking. The herd is the circular turning point of our daily rhythms – herd observations and regular excursions, creativity, a vegan lifestyle and contemporary art are recurring themes in our discussions and activities. Also the inner focus with the help of mindfulness, meditation and yoga is a continual praxis. The daily work (depending on seasons) consists of feeding, mucking, chopping wood or building fences, building up the farm and fertilizing the earth. We usually cook together around a campfire in the summer, on the wood stove during wintertime.
Your will live in a basic style, in a mongolian tent or a simple cottage. The farm has one outdoor toilet and one little shower as well as a washing machine for laundry. And if you wish a complete retreat you are welcome to stay at the mountain farm situated 4 km further up the hills close to the lake Finnsjøen and enjoy complete time off. You may experience how little a person needs when connected to nature.
The longer you stay the cheaper it gets. Up to two weeks you pay Kr. 550,- per day, up to three weeks you pay Kr. 450,-, from 4 weeks on or longer you pay Kr. 350,- per day. The price includes everything – vegan food, lodging, gass, W-lan, participation in activities, yoga, meditation sessions, herd walks and so on.