Oslo, the capital of Norway, is located about 220 miles (354 kilometers) to the south of Surnadal, while Trondheim is 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the northeast.
Traveling in this popular part of the country should be an adventure, so be sure to go on a little road trip and tour a couple of the other cool natural and man-made attractions dotted around Surnadal. Two examples of places within a relatively short distance of Surnadal are Angvik, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the east, and Aure, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the south.
Rent a vehicle and head out to Rana, a transport and retail hub for the area, situated some 55 miles (89 kilometers) away from Surnadal. This bigger city offers a wide range of visitor attractions, including Svartisen, Arctic Circle Museum (Polarsirkelsenteret) and Havmannen. Rana has a lot to offer travelers keen to hang around a little longer. Mo Church and National Library (Nasjonalbiblioteket) are other places not to miss.
Ask those who live in the area their favorite places to see, you'll often be advised to check out Fjord Norway's farms, open-air exhibits and lighthouses. Take a trip to Fjord Norway's art galleries, art museums and history museums. These are good places to hang out, especially when the weather is less than perfect.
Learn from the wisdom of the locals and take one of the cycling tours. This area also boasts a number of thrilling adventures such as parasailing.
As your trip winds down, you'll be sure to bid Surnadal a sad "Ha det bra"