Savalen is a village situated by the lake of the same name - and a sought after holiday destination for people searching recreation and nature-based adventures.
In the winter, Savalen turns into a hotspot for ski bums. The village has a vast network of groomed cross-country ski tracks and an alpine centre that usually opens towards the end of December. The ski lift runs on weekends as well as daily during the Christmas, winter and Easter holidays. Dog sledding and guided snowmobile safaris are other popular winter activities. There are several options for getting to Savalen.
If you are in need of a relaxing break after an active day, Savalen Spa can offer Jacuzzi hot tubs and beds, a mini waterfall, pool bar, and relaxation areas. Combine a visit to the revitalising pool with the various treatments offered by professional therapists, and recharge both body and mind.
Find more inspiration on Savalen's official website (in Norwegian only).
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Take the northbound or southbound Røros Line to Tynset. NSB, the Norwegian State Railways, offers several departures daily in both directions. All trains stop at Tynset, and Savalen can then be reached by bus or taxi.
Savalen is located 190 kilometres south of Trondheim. To get there from Trondheim, follow the E6 south and turn left onto Rv3 towards Elverum and Tynset after approximately 90 kilometres. The journey takes around three hours.
The distance from Oslo to Savalen is 330 kilometres. To get to Savalen from Oslo, follow the E6 north and turn off onto Rv3 towards Tynset after approximately 110 kilometres. The journey takes around four hours and 30 minutes.
Røros Airport is located one-hour drive north of Savalen, and offers daily scheduled flights to and from Oslo. From Røros, you can go by bus or train to Tynset. Onward travel to Savalen is by regular bus service.
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