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Langodden Farm


Langodden Farm is situated close to the Glåma River, and is a typical Østerdal farm that is involved in both dairy farming and forestry. Here you can experience a real farm atmosphere with grazing cows. A number of old log houses from the 1700s and 1800s can be seen at Langodden. Many of these buildings have been restored, and seven of them are rented out for short or long periods. The oldest of these is Håkonstua, which was built in 1797. Other buildings that are available for rent are Estenstua, a renovated hay barn, Andersstua, originally a stable, and Gudlaugstua and Maristua, which were built of materials from an old coaching inn. The cabins are all well equipped. One building, Østerdalsstua, dates from 1852. It has been restored with great care, and much of it is original. The old storehouse contains a farm museum, displaying a collection of farm implements and other equipment that has been used on the farm. The hosts welcome questions about the history of the farm and the district. Langodden and its immediate surroundings also offer a marked cultural trail where traces of old constructions for hunting, production of iron and coal may be seen. 10 km away is Jutulhogget, one of the biggest canyons in Northern Europe. Good possibilities of angling, with or without a boat.


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