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In Vesterbukt, on the “Wilderness trail,” we find Vesterbukt Feriehytter’s holiday cabins in a family friendly setting
Situated by on the top of Korgen mountain.
Great view towards the Okstindan glacier, and excellent area for hiking/ skiing and fishing trips.
Renovated and adapted for accommodation in 2007. Seven rooms and a total of 25 beds.
Convenient roadside cabins in Røssvoll, approximately 15km from Mo i Rana. All cabins have en-suite bathroom with shower and WC, TV and kitchenette with fridge, hob and microwave. Good location for visiting the Svartisen Glacier and nearby caves.
Excellent fishermans cabins with fantastic view on the island Træna.
An island of great cultural treasures, fishing possibilities and hiking opportunities to for example Sanna and trænstaven.
Elvmøthei is situated at the foot of Saltfjellet National Park, just south of the Arctic Circle and close to the Swedish border. The campsite offers good standard rooms and cabins. Surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery the area is ideal for walking and hiking, fishing and mountain biking.
Traditional and charming guesthouse on the island of Rødøy. The restored building was originally an old school and is one of the oldest houses on the island. Today Klokkergården offers good standard accommodation and excellent food.
Skjærgårdsro accomodation is situated at Gjessøy island in Rødøy, the island was abandoned in 1977. This is an old local house "nordlandshus", which was renovated in 2005.
Dørvær is an old fishing community consisting of a number of islands and islets just north of Træna. With no traffic or permanent residents it is a great place to recharge your batteries and enjoy the beautiful Helgeland coastline.
Stekvasselv is the place for those who want to stay on a local farm in an idyllic setting between lake Røssvatnet and the Okstindan massif. The farm is perfect for wandering the Nordland Route at Spjetfjelldalen valley.