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  • Norwegian Forestry Museum, Elverum, NO
    Norwegian Forestry Museum, Elverum, NO
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  • Glomdalsmuseum, Elverum, NO
    Glomdalsmuseum, Elverum, NO
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  • Sinti and Roma Exhibition, Elverum, NO
    Sinti and Roma Exhibition, Elverum, NO
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  • Hamardomen - cathedral under glass

    Hamar Things to Do

    The remains of the old cathedral and the fortress that once used to be the home of the local bishop are the most important. They are located on a small peninsula, north of the city centre, and you can get there by walking along the beach. Here you can admire the view of the large lake.The old cathedral goes 850 years back in time, to 1152. It was a...

  • First Hotel Victoria

    Hamar Hotels

    Strandgaten 21, P.O. Box 152, Hamar, 2300, Norway

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • A culinary oasis

    Hamar Shopping

    In Hamar, you get the best fish and seafood Norway can offer. Here you find one of the best fishmongers in the whole country. It is quite unexpected to find such a large variety of products here, so far away from the sea, but there are few places in Norway that rival Knutstad & Holen. They are well stocked and there are supplied with seafood of...



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  • Tak the Trysilekspressen to Trysil

    Trysil Transportation

    Ït takes around 3 hours and 50 minutes from Oslo to Trysil. On the way , the Buss wil stop around 15 minutes in the Town Elverum. It will also stop some minutes at Oslo Airport to pick up passengersAll the information on the bus is usually given in Norwegian. Many busdrivers are old and don't speak english or german. So you should get all the...

  • Radisson SAS Resort Trysil

    Trysil Hotels

    Trysilfjell Turistcenter, Trysil, 2420, Norway

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

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  • Bus from Kongsvinger or Kirkenær

    Svullrya Transportation

    If you are going from Kirkenær, type -209 instead of -205 in the web adress.The schedule is in norwegian: S means schooldays, X means except, D means daily, H means sundays and holidays.There is a train 4 times a day from Oslo to Kongsvinger monday - friday, only one around midnight in the weekend. To Kirkenær you would have to find a bus.

  • Finnskogleden

    Svullrya Sports & Outdoors

    Finnskogleden is a 240 km long walk / hike on both sides of the norwegian / swedish border, from Morokulien southeast of Kongsvinger to Søre Osen in Trysil. It is an easy walk, but far between houses and stores. Water in streams along the track is potable.You don't have to walk all the way. Several roads cross the track, one of them is the road 201...

  • Guided tours

    Svullrya Things to Do

    Can be arranged by any of the accomodations mentioned, or at Glåmdal Reiseliv:P.S. Do you notice the guide's hat? It is made of tangled wool, it is so tightly tangled (with a fatty soap), that it is water proof! I will take a picture of mine and list under shoppingtips :-)



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  • Get traditional Norwegan dinners....

    Stange Things to Do

    Very nice town with all shops you need.... The cafe's / cafeterias are very traditional and cheap after Norwegian standardsHere you can get traditional Norwegian dinners. Stange is off any touristtrack, so here the locals eat. Try either "Tingvoll" cafe or "Sentrumsgaarden"Try the traditional: Meatcakes with mashed peas/ gravy/ potatoes, Fish,...

  • Viking graves

    Stange Things to Do

    The soil around Stange is very fertile. There are many old farms with a long history. Some dates back all the way to the viking ages. Imagine over 1000 years ago viking ships sailed the Lake Mjøsa. The viking kings were buried in huge grave-hills with some of their belongings (to bring into the afterlife)There are several graves in Stange. You find...

  • Stange - Old medieval church - beautiful...

    Stange Things to Do

    Just as you pass downtowntown Stange, on the edge of town you get an amazing view over the fields, the Lake Mjøsa (biggest lake in Norway) The church is worth a visit.



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  • Rondane

    Folldal Things to Do

    Rondane National Park is the oldest national park in Norway and has ten peaks above 2,000 metres.The highest is Rondeslottet with 2,178 m (7,146 ft). The park is an important habitat for herds of wild reindeer.The picture "Winter Night in Rondane" was painted by Harald Solberg between 1911 and 1914.Read more at my Rondane page.

  • Dovrefjell

    Folldal Things to Do

    Dovrefjell is a mountain range in the center of Norway. The main roads and the train between Oslo in the south and Trondheim in the north runs through here. The highest mountain in the region is Snøhetta with 2,286 meters. The photo is of Snøhetta, and was taken in summer.You can read more at my Dovrefjell page.

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