Trøndelag is the name of a large region and part of what in Norway is called Central Norway. Both Oppdal and Trondheim belong to Sør (South 南) Trøndelag prefecture/ county. But Trondheim’s airport is across the border to Nord (North 北) Trøndelag. By now I have been to both prefectures.
The farms are quite different. 地域によって農業が違います。
Farming at Lønset, near Oppdal, must have been hard work. Look at the steep fields!
Sheep have no problems with steep hills. During the summer they wander around in the mountains. In September or October the farmers search for them in the mountains and bring them back to the fields around the farm.
The farmers used to have somebody stay at a «seter» (a little farm in the mountains) during the summer to milk the cows or goats and/or look after the sheep.
With my host I walked up to such a mountain farm one day.
The valley is deep down below.
Below: The summer barn at the «seter». Because the barn was built on a slope, the space under the floor could be used for storage of cow dung. 夏の山牧場の牛舎
Driving on the roads between the farms can be a challenge, especially during the winter.
But generation follows generation on these farms…
The landscape is very different at Stod in Nord Trøndelag.
But whereever you go in Trøndelag the farm houses are usually long and narrow.
Much could be said about the old history and rich culture of Trøndelag. Wikipedia has information about Trøndelag in English, but not in Japanese.