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Steinkjer

Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point

Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point Photo: Tor-Arne Bade Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point Photo: Steinkjer kommuneskoger Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point Photo: Steinkjer kommune
Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point Photo: Tor-Arne Bade
Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point Photo: Steinkjer kommuneskoger
Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point Photo: Steinkjer kommune

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This is situated in Steinkjer, in the geographical protection area of Skjækjerfjell and Blafjella National Park. A guided walk here offers information about flora and fauna and stories about people who used to live in these mountain areas. Well-marked paths with picnic spots are found en route.

Green travel

Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

The Nordic Ecolabel - the Swan Environmental labelling for goods and services, hotels and restaurants Green travel
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NOK 1 150,- incl meals, guide, transport, accommodation

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  • Nature and terrain

    • mountainous terrain
    • borders on a national park
  • Classification

    • The Swan (Nordic Eco-label)
  • Grading

    • easy
  • Duration

    • 2 days
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Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point - Photo: Tor-Arne Bade

Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point

This is situated in Steinkjer, in the geographical protection area of Skjækjerfjell and Blafjella National Park. A guided walk here offers information...

Guided walk to Norway’s geographical mid-point

Source: Visitnorway

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