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Mosvik

Mosvik Pier, Squirrel safari

In glorious scenery you experience the wilderness just a glance away from Mosvik pier. With a few oar strokes in the boat over the sound, you can take...

Steinkjer

Steinkjer Racing Park, Go-kart

Everyone can drive a go-kart here, regardless of their age. We offer go-karting for individuals and groups of any size. We are flexible with group solu...

Steinkjer

Package: Cycling around the Borgenfjord

Experience the Golden Route by bike! Take the train from Trondheim and spend a day in Innherred with food and good experiences Level: easy Distance:...

Steinkjer

Mokk Gård, dining

Mokk Farm is situated 40 kilometres east of Steinkjer, in wild terrain just at the foot of the mountains. Dining Breakfast, dinner and other meals ca...

Verdal

"Stiklestad Summer"

Stiklestad It was here, at Stiklestad, that the Viking king Olav Haraldsson fell in a battle against the peasants and minor kings on July 29, 1030. Sho...

Inderøy

Promenade with Mrs Schärer

Promenade with Mrs Schärer - Strømnes, Inderøy The Missus at Strømnes - the 150 year old Mrs. Schärer – takes the group on a promenade in Straumen....

Steinkjer

Hiking route: Ørdalen Nature Reserve

Ørdalen Nature Reseve is located at Utøy, Inderøy municipality (western coast). The reserve has a rich and varied flora, and a rich cultural history....
Effort level
  • Medium
Season:
April - September
November

Steinkjer

Føllingstua Camping, dining

Føllingstua Camping is beautifully located at the southern end of Lake Snåsavatnet. We have a function venue for up to 80 people and in addition there...

Steinkjer

Lykkeland - Indoor play area in Steinkjer

Lykkeland is an indoor play centre and party venue of approx 800 m2, which is filled with physical challenges for children of all ages. No one is a...

Sparbu

Skeifeltet

The Skei field in Sparbu is believed to be North Trøndelag's larges burial ground, dating from approx 800 AD. Homesteads, a so-called round yard, buria...
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