|Ljøsnåvollveien 1249, 7375 Røros, Norge|
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Svukuriset is a serviced Norwegian Trekking Association cabin located centrally in Femundsmarka. The cabin has 45 beds. This was originally an old mountain farm and is a good starting point for many trips in Femundsmarka, including the trip up to Stor-Svuku mountain. You can arrive by boat to Revlingen and walk for approximately one hour to the cabin. You could also cycle along the gravel road from Elgå or walk the waymarked route from Elgå.
Self-catering cabin with 25 beds. The cabin is located along the Røa watercourse just south of Roasten lake. The shortest access route is from Røsanden, where it takes 1 and a half hours to walk to Røvollen. The scheduled ferry Fæmund II makes daily stops at Røsanden during the summer months.
Ljøsnåvollen is an idyllic mountain farm in the northeast of Femundsmarka. This is a working farm, so much of the food is made from local ingredients. The cabin has 20 beds. The easiest way to get there is to cycle along the 12 km long gravel road from Feragen.
Fjølburøsta is an old mountain farm that previously offered accommodation in connection with the farm. It has been closed for some time, but Fjølburøsta will reopen as a self-catering cabin for the 2021 season. There are 12 beds at the cabin. It will form part of the accommodation along the Historic Hiking Route between Røros and Femundsmarka.
Langen guest farm is located at the approach to Femundsmarka in the north, and is a natural starting point for trips into the national park. The farm offers accommodation, dining and canoe rental during the summer season. Langen is approximately 30 minute’s drive from Røros.
There are 20 huts in the area around Femunden lake, and 17 of these are within the protected area. These are simple huts/shacks that are also important cultural monuments. They were built as shelters for lumberjacks and log floaters. The huts are open and can be used free of charge by those who visit the area. Firewood is delivered to the huts. They are of a basic standard, but you can experience how the lumberjacks felt when they lived and worked for long periods in Femundsmarka.