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Are you dreaming of a close up with a bear, photographing eagles, or to reel in a big catch?
Well, you’ve found the right place!
The traditional district of Namdalen is located in Trøndelag in the middle of Norway, with beautiful coastal scenery and lush inland landscape.
It’s a paradise for hikers, wilderness people, those who love the seaside vibes …
… and fishing enthusiasts of all ages!
The region is widely known for its salmon rivers, and Namsen is by many anglers considered to be one of the best salmon rivers in Europe.
You can even eat and sleep in a parked retro train on a bridge above the river – and fish from it too!
You can try your luck in the ocean too, of course, and there are several charming fishing villages along the Namdalen coastline, like Sør-Gjæslingan.
Rent a boat and fishing equipment or enjoy the atmosphere on a hike or kayak trip.
The coastal heritage holds a special place for the locals and the coastal museum in Rørvik, Kystmuseet Rørvik will tell you all about it.
Or perhaps you want to get close to animals like bears, lynxes, wolves and moose?
You can observe them from a safe distance on a trip to Namsskogan Wildlife Park and Hotel, where you can also say «hello» to cute farm animals or fly down a zipline.
Spectacular views await in the Hanshelleren cave in Flatanger. Described by many as a granite cathedral, the cave has attracted daredevils from around the world, ready to face some of Hanshelleren’s around 50 climbing routes.
This is where you find Silence, considered to be the hardest route ever climbed after Adam Ondra ascended it in 2017.
The cave is also a great place to hike for a bird’s eye view of the area.
And speaking of birds – have you ever seen a white-tailed eagle?
Join an eagle safari and get the chance to snap a photo of Norway’s largest bird of prey.
To get a taste of the region, visit one of Namdalen’s towns or villages and try delicacies like moose and salmon. If you visit Lierne, try their Li-bab, kebab with reindeer meat.
The biggest city, Namsos, is referred to as “the cradle of Trøndelag rock music” and it’s a cultural town with several museums, such as Namdalsmuseet and Kunstmuseet Nord-Trøndelag.
… skiing and ice fishing.
Before the adventure comes to an end, make sure you visit the red island Leka.
It’s Norway’s geological national monument and a part of Trollfjell UNESCO Global Geopark.
The island is actually a little piece of North America that was left behind here in Norway 60 million years ago.
Well, that’s nature in Namdalen for you.
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