The coast of Trøndelag with the islands Hitra & Frøya, the Trondheim fjord, Fosen peninsula and Namdalskysten, is part of what draws many tourists to Trøndelag, and fishing is the most popular activity.
The Røros region is known for its world heritage site and the beautiful nature in the Femundsmarka and Forollhogna national parks.
Large parts of Trøndelag are well adapted for biking, with excellent biking routes, good ferry connections and bike rental.
Right since the English "salmon lords" started visiting the region in the early 19th century, local rivers such as the Gaula, Orkla and Namsen have continued to attract salmon-fishers from across Europe.
Watching the musk ox from close range can make any and all both fascinated and humble.
Travelling from island to island might be something you associate with more southerly latitudes, but island hopping in Trøndelag is a wonderful experience.
In the intimate city of Trondheim you are never far from adventure. Rockheim, Solsiden, Nidaros Cathedral and Munkholmen are just a few of the experiences that await you.
Families with children visiting Trøndelag can choose from a wide range of fun activities.
On an eagle and seal safari along the Trøndelag coastline, you will get up close to majestic eagles and playful seals.