Láhko is Sami and means "high-lying, vast expanse".
This is one of the really exciting national parks in the country. If you do not think that geology is particularly interesting, you will be convinced of the opposite when you enter the karst landscape in Láhko. Karst are ge
Láhko National Park is the youngest national park in Salten. The area was protected in 2012 to take care of Norway's largest contiguous area of alpine karst. Caves, karst cracks, karst streets, earth bridges and blind valleys are found here and provide an exciting and beautiful landscape to move in. The rocks makes stable conditions for snails, crayfish and insects, and fish are present in all waters. You can buy a fishing license from Inatur.
Láhko National Park borders Saltfjellet-Svartisen National Park and Langvassdalen-Ruffedalen nature reserve and covers an area of 188 km². It is thus part of one of the largest protected areas in Norway. The national park extends over Beiarn, Gildeskål and Meløy municipality.