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15. The Blue Hour

Watch the air turn blue in the magical blue hour
The Blue Hour in Røros
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The Blue Hour in Røros.
Photo: Finn Nilsen / trondelag.com
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When the sky clear blue, Trøndelag is covered with snow and the daylight slowly fades away, something magical happens. Everything gradually turns light blue, as if the air itself contains an elusive blue aint. Explore the blue hour on a reindeer or dog sleigh adventure in the old mining village of Røros.

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Facts about Røros

Røros, one of the oldest wooden building towns in Europe. Located 628 metres above sea level. Founded in 1644, and was one of the most important minin towns in Norway. 

Røros was added to the UNESCO World Hertage List in 1980, and was certificated as a "Sustainable Destination" in 2013. 

How to get to Røros

By plane: Røros Airport is only 2 km from the town of Røros, and is only a 50 minute flight from Oslo. Trondheim Airport is a 2 hour 45 minutes drive from Røros. 
By train: There are daily depatures both from Trondheim and Oslo. From Trondheim it takes about 2 hours. 
By bus: It takes about 5 hours from Oslo and 2 hours from Trondheim. 
Distance: From Oslo: 384 kilometres, 5 hours 20 minutes. From Trondheim: 157 kilometres, 2 hours 10 minutes. 
 

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