Sølen, Rendalen Municipality, Norway
Sølen, also called Rendalssølen, Søln and Rendalssøln is a mountain in Rendalen municipality in Innlandet, Norway. The mountain has three peaks. The three peaks and their saddles make the mountain distinct from a long distance.
Attractions near Sølen
Isteren is a lake in the municipality of Engerdal, which is in Innlandet county, Norway. Isteren is a nutritious lake with a large diversity of species. It is a popular fishing area, and the chances for the good catch is certainly present. In the summer of 2006, a trout weighing 9,250 kg was caught with a rod from a small boat. It is also rich in whitefish, pike, perch, grayling, burbot, and herring. Around the lake, there are two fish mounds and some single cabins.
Gutulia is the national park with silver-grey dead pines and straggly old spruces. In contrast to the untouched forest stands Gutulisetra – a mountain holding which has been tended by people and cattle since the 1750s. It is Norway’s smallest national park, which despite its size contains great diversity.
A beautiful and tourist-friendly mountain in Norway. Drive-up Norway's 2nd highest road and witness a wonderful panoramic view from Trontoppen. 1660 meters above sea level. The area is also interesting from a botanical perspective, offering several nature trails. The view from the top of the mountain is truly mind-blowing.
Femundsmarka National Park is one of the largest continuous, unspoiled wilderness regions in Southern Scandinavia. A great area for canoeing and fishing. The Norwegian Trekking Association has selected it as one of the three best hiking areas in Norway.
Savalen is a lake in Innlandet country, Norway, in the municipalities Tynset and Alvdal, about 18 square kilometers. The river Sivilla, which connects Savalen and Glomma, is regulated and exploited by the Savalen hydropower station. A tourist resort is located at the northern end of the lake, with facilities for winter sport. The skating stadium is the highest located skating venue in Norway.
Røros church - also called "The pride of the mining town" - was built in the golden age of the Røros Copper Company. The building was finished in 1784 and is one of the largest churches in Norway, with 1600 seats. It now emerges in its entire splendor after an extensive restoration that was completed in 2010.
Where is Sølen
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