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Skibladner on Mjøsa on a summer dag
Skibladner, Mjøsa.
Photo: Oplandske Dampskipsselskap

Embraced by nature and traditional charm

Stay in a treetop cabin, visit a farm, or enjoy the myriad of opportunities for outdoor activities. Hedmark is an ideal spot whether you are looking for an active holiday or some peace and relaxation.

Cross-country skiing at Sjusjøen.
Photo: Destination Sjusjøen
Glass-blowing at Magnor Glassverk in Eidskog.
Photo: Magnor Glassverk
Hamar Cathedral at Domkirkeodden
Hamar Cathedral.
Photo: Hedmarksmuseets fotoavdeling
Alpine skiing in Trysil.
Photo: Casper Tybjerg / Visitnorway.com
Moose in Hedmark.
Photo: Lars B. Nyland

Find activities and attractions

Whether you’re going on a trip with your family, partner, or friends, you’ll find plenty of things to do here.

Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information on Visit Hedmark’s official website.

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  • Hedmark train

    By train

    The three railway lines running through Hedmark are the Røros Line, the Dovre Line and the Kongsvinger Line, all operated by NSB, the Norwegian State Railways.

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  • Hedmark bus

    By bus

    There are several bus companies operating in Hedmark, which makes it easy to travel around within the county and to other major cities and towns in Norway.

  • Hedmark car

    By car

    If you are traveling to Hedmark by car, follow E6 northwards from Oslo. From Oslo it is 120 kilometres to Hamar, 135 kilometres to Elverum and 90 kilometres to Kongsvinger.

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  • Hedmark boat

    By boat

    Enjoy a trip on Mjøsa, Norway’s largest lake, with Skibladner – the world’s oldest paddle steamer still in operation.

    MS Fæmund II provides a ferry service on lake Femunden and will take you to Femunden national park. Both vessels are in service during the summer season.

  • Hedmark plane

    By plane

    Oslo Airport is the closest international airport. From the airport you can easily reach several destinations in Hedmark by express bus or train.

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