Vidaråsen is the oldest and largest of the villages in Norway. It is located at Andebu in Vestfold and Telemark county. Today there is about 150 people living here. The village is peacefully situated in a hilly landscape surrounded by forests and agricultural land. Vidaråsen operates, in addition to the farm, a bakery, a dairy, a wood workshop, a doll’s workshop, a weavery, a herbal shop, and a grocery/gift shop. There is a chapel and a large hall where concerts, theatrical performances, lectures and village meetings are held. Vidaråsen also has a care home for those who need extra care.
Enquiries: Vidaråsen Landsby, 3158 Andebu
Phone:+47 33 44 41 00 (9-12 AM, Mon.-Fri.)
Solborg is situated near Jevnaker. Approximately 60 people live here. From Solborg there is a beautiful view of Norefjell — miles off, towards the west. Behind the village begins the forests that border the Oslo area. In addition to our farm and garden, the village has a weavery, a bakery and a forestry-group.
Enquiries: Solborg, 3520 Jevnaker
Phone: +47 32 13 24 80 (9.30 AM-1.30 PM , Mon.-Thu.)
Hogganvik is located in a typical fjord-landscape in Vindafjord in Rogaland. The village overlooks the fjords and mountains. Work on the farm and in the forest provide jobs for most people. There is also a dairy, a weavery and a small wood workshop. 45-50 people live in Hogganvik.
Enquiries: Hogganvik Village, 5583 Vikedal
Phone: +47 52 76 01 11 (9-12 AM, Mon.-Fri.)
Jøssåsen is located in Malvik commune in Trøndelag. The village is situated deep in the forest by Jøssåstjernet, a lake. Circa 50 people live here. In addition, around 10-12 persons from the local community also come in to work. Besides farming, the village has a weavery, a book- and paper-workshop, a wood workshop, a pottery and a group of people have the important task of making firewood.
Vallersund Gård is located on the west coast of the Fosen peninsula, open to the sea. Here there are islands, the ocean and fanciful rock formations as far as the eye can see. Vallersund is an old coastal trading-center which has now become a Camphill village. The farm, the bakery, the weavery and the store give a variety of possibilities for work. There is about 40 people living in the village.
Enquiries: Vallersund gård, 7167 Vallersund
Phone: +47 72 52 70 80 (9-12 AM, Mon.-Thu.)
We are a small Camphill Community with people who have special needs, situated on the old Rotvoll estate. It is right at the edge of the fjord, a 10 minutes' drive east of the city of Trondheim.
Camphill Rotvoll is very different from the other villages in Norway, as it is located in a typical residential area. About 25 people live in our 3 houses, with space for 10 adults who need help in daily life. At Rotvoll we have a large garden where we grow biodynamic vegetables and herbs, both outdoor and in our large greenhouse. We also keep a few sheep, together with our next-door neighbours: Rotvoll Waldorf School. We run a number of workshops: a large weavery, a juice- and jam-factory, a bakery and a small general store. Camphill Rotvoll also offers suitable work for people who do not live here, but come in on a daily basis.
Enquiries: Camphill Rotvoll, Arkitekt Ebbells Veg 11, 7053 Ranheim
Phone: +47 73 82 68 50 (9-12 AM, Mon.-Fri.)
Fax: +47 73 82 68 51