For summer cycling, you can rent a mountain bike from Røros Sport .
Housed in old smelting works, which were central to Røros’ raison d’être from 1646 until 1953, this museum is a town highlight. The...
Alaskan Husky Tours
In winter, Alaskan Husky Tours organises two-hour excursions by dog-sled (adult/child/12-18-year-old Nkr590/190/290) or horse-drawn...
This informal cafeteria in a historic central building offers a good range of coffee, pastries, snacks and light meals. Its lunchtime...
Røros Kirke information
Lonely Planet review
Røros’ Lutheran church is one of Norway’s largest with a seating capacity of 1640. Constructed in 1650, it had fallen into disrepair by the mid-18th century and from 1780 a new baroque-style church was built just behind the original at a cost of 23,000 riksdaler (one riksdaler is the equivalent of Nkr4, and at the time miners earned about 50 riksdaler per year).