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RørosHusky- Dogsledding

We arrange sleddog-trips at wintertime, where you can mush "your own" dog-team; 5 - 6 dogs. Longer trips (expeditions) will take place up in the mount...

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Lysgaard Keramikk

The gallery-shop presents a wide range of my work, both functional ceramics and sculptures. Each piece is unique. Come to the gallery and choose what...

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Gjetbergsvollen

Gjetbergsvollen is a restaurant located on the mountain plateau near Røros, with dining areas for over 200 guests. Enjoy Gjetbergsvollen dining table,...

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Femundsmarka National Park

Femundsmarka National Park is one of the largest continuous, unspoilt wilderness regions in Southern Scandinavia. A great area for canoeing and fishing...

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Rammkjellarn

One of the few cellars in Røros that is open to the public. Lively, cosy and friendly, with its own brewery. Open every Friday/Saturday and on request....

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The Forollhogna mountains

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

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Røros Church

Røros church - also called "The pride of the mining town" - was built in the golden age of the Røros Copper Company. The building was finished in 1784...

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Rørosmuseet - Smelthytta-guided tour

The Smelthytta museum is built on the ruins of the smelter that burnt down in 1975. Here you find exhibitions about the history of the Røros Copper Works, brought to life by models of mines, smelters and technical installations. These models give an excellent impression of the way in which mining operations were carried out and fascinate both children and adults.

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Trygstad Bakery and Cafè

Fresh baker’s products, coffee bar and every type of ice cream....

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Rørosmuseet - Sleggveien

Sleggveien street recounts an important part of Røros’ history. Travellers, craftsmen and casual labourers who had no homestead lived here and the houses have been restored in their traditional style by Røros museum’s craftsmen.
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