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Austkil Photo: Austkil Gård
Austkil Photo: Austkil Gård

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Austkil Farm is located in Hegra, right next to the E14 and the Stjørdals River. We offer exclusive fishing and accommodation for those who wish to be alone with their fishing companions. We are happy to provide guiding on request.

We offer fishing licenses for salmon fishing in June - August at our own fishing zone. This gives you access to several of the river's best fly fishing areas.
Our guests have 1,5 km of the river at their disposal, with walking distance to the nearest straights. The fishers have access to Austkils gutting room with freezer.

Austkil offers accommodation with all meals included or self service - whatever you prefer. We offer rooms with breakfast in a nice, old building on the farm. Sanitation facilities in a separate building. From summer 2013 we also have some rooms with wc and shower.

We also have well equipped meeting rooms for up to 50 persons. You are very welcome to combine a meeting with accommodation and/or a nice dinner.


  • Fishing Fishing


  • General facilities

    • internet
    • tables / benches
    • barbecue
    • open fireplace
  • Atmosphere

    • nice
    • relaxed
    • nostalgic
  • Nature and terrain

    • rural
    • river
    • hiking area
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed for private parties
  • Price level

    • mid range
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Austkil Farm is located in Hegra, right next to the E14 and the Stjørdals River. We offer exclusive fishing and accommodation for those who wish to be...


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