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Rorosmuseet Doktortjonna Recreation Park

Recreation park with activities for the whole family. Canoeing, boating, the ’Elias’ boat, fishing, nature trails, domestic animals, playground, ice fishing, ski trails, ski slopes and toboggan runs. Café serving dinner and lunch. National Park centre with information about Femundsmarka National Park and other protected areas in the Røros region.

Røros

MS Fæmund II

Every year in over a century M/S Fæmund II has been sailing on the Femund lake during the summer season. Get a great wiew of the lanscape surrounding...

Røros

Local Food Safari - Around the lake Aursunden

Join us on an exciting journey through the local retail and food history in the leading local food region in Norway. The frugal nature we have give spe...

Røros

The Forollhogna mountains

The Forollhogna mountains Forollhogna National Park is the kingdom of the great reindeer bucks! Forollhogna is often associated with impressive antler...

Røros

Tømmerrennene

Between the Femunden and Feragsjøen lakes, canals and chutes were built to float the timber from the Femund region to Røros. The facilities from the...

Røros

Ratvolden and Nordgruvfeltet

From the car park at Ratvolden there are several marked paths around the beautiful Falkberget estate. The area has strong connections to Johan Falkberg...

Røros

Hiking and biking

The mountains are well-suited to hiking trips in the spring and summer, as well as the autumn. The wide open mountain landscape with its numerous lake...

Brekkebygd

Flyfishing -trout

A paradise for Flyfishing. We can offer river fishing and fishing i lakes. We find ourselves at 800mos. Classic Norwegian mountain terrain.

Røros

Rørosmuseet - Olavsmine

Join us for an hour’s walk through 300 years of mining history. The guided tour takes you through the Nyberget mine dating from the 17th century and the Olav’s Mine from the 20th century, descending 50 metres below ground and 500 m into the mountain before reaching the massive Miner’s Hall.
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