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Explore Ringsaker

Ringsaker is a natural stop along the main route from Oslo to Trondheim, and has a lot to offer for the visiting tourist. The lake Mjøsa and its surrounding countryside with beaches, forests and farmland provide with great opportunities for exploration and adventure. 

Sjusjøen and the Ringsaker mountains sport cross-country tracks that have been deemed to be the best tracks in Norway on several occasions, and with a skiing season which lasts for more than six months each year. This makes our mountain area a popular destination for local inhabitants, cabin visitors and other tourists. The Ringsaker mountain is also a valued spot during the summer months, and well worth a visit.  

The cosy small towns of Brumunddal and Moelv are constantly evolving, offering varied shopping, dining, and cultural happenings as well as comfortable living areas. 

Welcome to Ringsaker, we hope you enjoy your stay and invite you to get to know all parts of our lovely municipality! 


Matlopplevelser Brumunddal

The tastes of Ringsaker

It is safe to say that if you are a food-lover, Ringsaker is the perfect destination. More than five hundred active farms, proficient processing companies and dedicated eating places ensures an abundance of local food and tasty delicacies for the hungry visitor.  

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Summer in Prøysen

Alf Prøysen is a celebrated Norwegian author and singer-songwriter who wrote and sang for both adults and children. He was born in 1914 in Ringsaker, and his legacy continues to thrive through his numerous books and songs. For instance, the adventures of the tiny Mrs. Pepperpot have been translated into more than 20 languages, and several of his books have been filmed.  

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Snilsberg Familiepark Ringsaker

Snilsberg Family Park

Have lots of fun in the country! At Snilsberg Family Park in Gaupen you can spend the day on the farm with all the cute animals. 

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Skibladner – an unforgettable voyage

Skibladner is the world’s oldest Skibladner is the world’s oldest paddle steamer in timetabled service and one of Norway’s best-loved attractions. In August 2023 the ship will be 167 years old. She is still powered by her steam engines from 1888 and offers a uniquely authentic experience of steamship travel in the 1800s.  

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Sjusjøen ringsaker

Sjusjøen and the Ringsaker mountains

Outdoor life has never been more popular, and no place is more suited for outdoors activities than the mountains. The Ringsaker mountains cover a large area and offer more than 40 lakes for fishing as well as kilometres of rivers and streams with fish just waiting to be caught.  

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Helgøya klatrepark

Helgøya Climbing Park

Whatever your age may be – climbing can be fun and exciting for anyone! At Helgøya Climbing Park, 11 different climbing courses with 142 obstacles and 13 ziplines allow you to find a trail well suited for your level of skills.  

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Sleep in the treetops

Would you like to wake up among squirrels and forest birds – in the top of a tree?  In Ringsaker there are several cabins for rent where you can do just that. 

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