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Dammen i Hitterdals- og Hådalsvassdraget

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The Djupsjø and Hittersjø dams, which lie across the Hitterdal valley by Route 31, helped ensure a reliable water supply to the smelting works at Malmplassen. The Tørresdal dam is in Hådal, at the north end of Rambergsjøen lake. It was built to provide enough water for floating timber from Femunden.

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Dammen i Hitterdals- og Hådalsvassdraget

The Djupsjø and Hittersjø dams, which lie across the Hitterdal valley by Route 31, helped ensure a reliable water supply to the smelting works at Ma...

Dammen i Hitterdals- og Hådalsvassdraget

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Dining in Røros

The Røros region has been leading in Norway on developing local food, and you may find locally produced meat and fish, as well as herbs and cheeses.

Where to stay in Røros

Stay in unique buildings in the old mining town of Røros, protected as parts of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The mountain and forest tour

Experience the national parks of Jotunheimen and Hardangervidda and the old mining town Røros, among other things.

Key facts about Røros

The Forollhogna and Femundsmarka National Parks form a framework around one of Norway’s most exciting areas of natural and cultural history.

Shopping in Røros

The village centre hosts a thriving arts and crafts community, workshops with outlets, quaint, little boutiques and good cafés and restaurants.

Alaskan Husky Tours

Visit the area around Røros and try dog sledding in the wilderness with Alaskan Husky Tours. An Alaskan meal will be served after your trip.
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