From Hoylandet, the major city of Trondheim is approximately 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the southwest.
Traveling through this popular region should be an adventure, so why not take to the road and check out a couple of the other charming population centers dotted around Hoylandet. Roughly 11 miles (18 kilometers) away you'll find Grong. Set aside a day here to discover the Gressamoen National Park and Lierne National Park.
To learn a little about the local culture, head straight to Trondelag's history museums, art galleries and art museums. Spirituality is a vital facet of every region's make-up, so visit the area's many churches and other sites of religious significance.
Check out some of the region's best winter attractions. Both locals and travellers enjoy snow shoeing here. Cross-country skiing is also popular. Joining in with one of the city walking tours and guided nature walks is an excellent way to get an understanding of Trondelag.
Authentic traveling is so much more than just the scenery, it's also about the words, stories and ideas of a place. Your stay in Trondelag will become infinitely richer if you take the time to learn a few handy phrases and sayings in Norwegian. "Kvar kjem du frå?" translates to "Where are you from?" Or try "Kva heiter du?" (What's your name?).
You'll be sad to say "Ha det bra" (farewell) to this memorable area.