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You are invited to enjoy an incredible 360-degree panorama, while dining on dishes made with locally-produced ingredients. Dønnesfjellet is only 128 metres high, but the view is magnificent.
The information board on the summit shows you the direction of the various legendary mountains in your vista as well as other features of the beautiful Helgeland coast.
Dønnesfjellstua offers lunch and dinner dishes. But perhaps you are content with a cup of coffee, a beer or a glass of wine, with or without snacks. The menu is traditional, and the chef favours ingredients from the island of Dønna. The herbs, greens and other vegetables are self-produced, while all seafood is caught locally. On the menu you will find salmon salad, monkfish soup, fish burger, and the “mountain wilderness plate”, as well as homemade ice cream and much more.
From Dønnes Gård, a 2–3 km long path leads to the top of Dønnesfjellet. If you are cycling or driving, you can take the road all the way up to the summit, and to a friendly welcome and food and refreshments at Dønnesfjellstua.
For opening hours and additional information, please visit Dønnesfjellstua’s website or Facebook page.
Read more about Helgeland at www.visithelgeland.com