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Entry point Ogndal - Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella Nationalpark

There is a trail leading into the national park from the parking lot at Lustadvatnet in Ogndal.

Follow E6 to Steinkjer and drive into the city center. Follow the signs to Norges Midtpunkt (Norway's midpoint). Continue on the road for about 50 kilometers until the parking area appears on the right.

About Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park:

Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park (Southern Sami: Låarte-Skæhkere vaarjelimmiedajve) is Norway's fourth-largest national park, located in the forest and mountain areas east of Trøndelag, extending to the Swedish border. The park was established on December 17, 2004, to protect a characteristic mountain landscape with elements of primeval forest, covering an area of 1,924 km². On the same day, Lierne National Park was also established, a bit further to the east.

The park spans across several municipalities: Verdal, Steinkjer, Snåsa, Grong, and Lierne.

Last updated: 10/02/2023

Source: Innherred Reiseliv

Entry point Ogndal - Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella Nationalpark

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