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Slegghaugan

Slag is a by-product of copper smelting. Slegghaugan stand as large mountains that are a testament to the huge amount of activity that has taken place...

Røros

Røros Mining Town

This colorful charming timber town was founded in 1646 and has since developed as both a mining and agricultural community. Included on UNESCO's list o...

Røros

Flanderborg

This is a part of town on the opposite side of the Hitterelva river, in relation to the two main streets. Here you will discover many beatiful house fa...

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

Mølmannsdalen natursti

A walk along the nature and culture trail in Mølmannsdalen allows you to discover how the Ice Age has shaped the landscape, to explore the flora and fa...

Røros

Timber-canals and chutes

Between the lakes Femunden and Feragssjøen, the mining company built canals and chutes for floating logs from the Femund region through the Hådal valle...

Røros

Rørosmuseet Doktortjønna Recreation Park and Femundsmarka national park centre

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

RawRøros

Raw Røros is an outdoor activity company like no other.  Raw Røros is located in the UNESCO world heritage mountain-town of Røros.  Our wide range o...

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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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