Røros  is an old town in Norway and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The coldest temperature measured in Røros is -50,4°C on January 13. 1914. This is the lowest temperature measured in the southern part of Norway which makes it one one the coldes places in the country.
Widerøe operates two daily weekday flights to Oslo. On sundays there is one flight.
Long-distance coach operator Nor-Way Bussekspress operates to Oslo and Trondheim.
There are several beautiful ways to get to Røros by car.
It is easy to get around in Røros. Everything is in walking distance.
Artists are abundant in Roros. Local arts and handicrafts, potteries as well as reindeer and sheep skins are available.
A typical meal for the locals consist of amazing fresh bread with local cheeses, cold cuts and gravlaks. Unique to Roros are reindeer and moose meats. These meats are usually eaten as steaks or stewed to perfection.