Oslo, the national capital, is 140 miles (225 kilometers) to the south of Mysuseter, while Trondheim is 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the north.
Mysuseter isn't the only place in Eastern Norway worth seeing; those with enough time should also drive a little further out to experience the unique qualities of the nearby scenery, communities and cultural attractions. Places within a relatively short distance of Mysuseter are Vagamo, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Sor-Fron, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north.
Around 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the northwest of Mysuseter is Rana, a regional center and the home of Svartisen, Arctic Circle Museum (Polarsirkelsenteret) and National Library (Nasjonalbiblioteket). Be sure not to rush back to Mysuseter until you've checked out Rana's Havmannen and Mo Church.
If you're looking for activities that won't wreak havoc on the budget, why not take a little tour of Eastern Norway's many outdoor popular farms, open-air exhibits and open-air museums. If the weather forecast isn't that great, spend some time in Eastern Norway's theaters, art museums and history museums.
If you love mixing with like-minded travelers, Mysuseter offers plenty of specialist tours such as city walking tours and guided nature walks. Check out the region's alluring waterways. Swimming and fishing are some of the popular ways to get active here.
When the time comes to leave Mysuseter, no doubt you'll bid this region a teary "Ha det bra" Rest assured, however, you'll be leaving with memories and photos that are yours to keep forever.