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We have many sandy beaches in the area offering bathing opportunities and on warm days they are extremely agreeable. Several lakes and rivers are quite shallow, so the water warms up quickly on fine summer days. We can recommend
Gjettjønna at Røros, Storsandtjønna between Orvos and Rugeldalen, Løken at Glåmos, Dalstjønna in Mølmannsdalen and Langtjønna in Os.

Swimming Pools

Røros Hotell Swimming pool 12.5 x 9 m. Sauna.
An Magrittsvei, Røros. T: +47 72 40 80 00. www.roroshotell.no
Open every day 07–21
Price: Adult kr 50,-. Children kr 35,-.

Røros Rehabiliteringssenter
At our rehabilitation centre, we have a swimming pool, counter-current canal, Jacuzzi, back massage pool, sauna. Wheelchair ramp.


Monday-Friday 06:00-07:30, breakfast is served from kl  07:30-08:30
Saturday-Sunday 12:00-14:30

Saturday 18:00-21:00

Extended opening hours during the summer season.                                30. June until 30. August Monday-Saturday 19:00-22:00

Price: Adults: kr 90. Children: kr 50. Family ticket Kr 260. With breakfast Adult: 125. Children: 75.

Øverhagaen 15, Røros. T: +47 72 40 95 00. www.rorosrehab.no

Os Municipal Swimming Pool
Situated on National road 30, north of Os centre, right by the community centre. Pool 12.5 x 10 m.
Open 15.9–1.4: tue and fri kl. 17-20.30,
wed 17-19 (15.30-17: adults only)
Price: Adults: kr 40. Children: kr 20.

Tolga Municipal Swimming Pool 12.5 x 10 m
Tolga. T: +47 62 49 65 35
20.10–01.04: Mon-Wed 17–21.
Price: Adults: kr 40. Children: kr 20.


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Beaches and bathing

Beaches and bathing

We have many sandy beaches in the area offering bathing opportunities and on warm days they are extremely agreeable. Several lakes and rivers are quite...

Beaches and bathing

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