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Ravnkloa at the lower end of Munkegata. The city's fish market and the old Ravnkloa clock. Boat departure to Munkholmen (Munk's island) in the summer...
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.
Hitra is internationally known for great diving experiences. This is due to pure water, the Gulf Stream, water temperature and a rich biodiversity. At...
In summer as well as winter, Bymarka entices us with the beauty and variety of its countryside. The people of Trondheim make the most of it. There is...
One of the largest wilderness areas in Norway!
The Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National park is one of the largest national parks in Norway. Here you can...
Protected wetland adapted for bird watching.
The listed Grandfjæra has a coastline of 10 km, and the protected area of 21 km2. Common nesting...
One of the largest collections of Rock carvings in Northern Europe, dating back to the Bronze Age (1500-500 BC) can be seen 2 km east of Hegra. More...
At Steinmohaugen in Hell, there are rock carvings dating back to the Stone Age, approx. 5000 years old.
Due to the carving technique the figures are...
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...
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...
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