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Read more: Cross-country skiing in Elverum Photo: Hans Olav Osbak

Elverum

Cross-country skiing in Elverum

Elverum Municipality has over 200 km of beautiful, groomed trails for both classic and skating . These are divided into four course areas: Flishøgda...
Read more: Norwegian Expedition Photo: Lars B. Nyland

Elverum

Norwegian Expedition

Norwegian Expedition offers various experiences in the nature. Experiences photographers are part of the crew to assure that you have an unforgettable...
Read more: Cycling routes in Elverum Photo: Visit Elverum-Regionen

Elverum

Cycling routes in Elverum

In Elverum you are never far from the cultural life to the outdoor life and there are plenty of opportunities for those who wish to go cycling....
Read more: Nordic Outdoor Experience

Elverum

Nordic Outdoor Experience

Nordic Outdoor Experience is a specialist in creating unique nature- and wilderness experiences for its clients in the Nordic countries. With our...
Read more: Hunting at Gransjøberget Photo: Gransjøberget Sæter

Hernes

Hunting at Gransjøberget

Join as a guest hunter of elk hunting with Gransjøberget hunting crew and live well on Gransjøberget Sæter. Or take the shotgun for small game hunting...
Read more: Hiking in Elverum Photo: Hans Olav Osbak

Elverum

Hiking in Elverum

The path around Korpreiret is found on either side of the river Øksna.  Korpreiret is a 3 km long canyon situated on the border between Løten and...
Read more: Angling in the Glomma River Photo: Hans Olav Osbak

Elverum

Angling in the Glomma River

In the Glomma River fishing is allowed all year around but trout are protected during spawning time in the fall. When the ice settles during winter,...
Read more: Angling in the Elverum Region Photo: Arild Sørlie

Elverum

Angling in the Elverum Region

The best and most popular fishing spots in Elverum and Åmot is in Glomma river and Rena River. There are also some smaller rivers and lakes and ponds...
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