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MO I RANA

Stålkam hostel

Stålkam hostel offer eight rooms all yea,r centrally located in Mo i Rana. During the summer months they also have eight beds in a dormitory. Excellent choice for backpackers and trekkers.

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Røssvoll Senter

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.

MO I RANA

Hotel Svartisen

Centrally located apartment hotel with family rooms and self catering. Close to bus/ coach and train station. The hotel is only staffed during the day Monday through Friday during the off season. Hotel Ole Tobias can be contacted outside these hours. Tel: 75 12 05 00

MO I RANA

Bimbo Veikro

Cosy roadside cafe situated just north of Mo i Rana by the E6.

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Skogly campsite

Skogly campsite is ideally situated just off the main road, the E6, in a peaceful and tranquil location.

MO I RANA

Accommodation at Toranes

Accommodation in the centre of Mo i Rana. Self-service accommodation with kitchenette and en suite bathrooms in all rooms.

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Grønligrotta accommodation

5 family rooms with bathroom and kitchenette.

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Krokstrand Campsite

Campsite situated at the entrance of Saltfjellet/ Svartisen national park, 65km north of Mo i Rana by the E6 and 18km south of the Arctic Circle.

MO I RANA

Rana SpesialSport (RSS)

Activity company based in Mo i Rana offering a range of courses and guided tours all over Helgeland.

POLARSIRKELEN

Elvmøthei Fjellgård

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.
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