Legendary mountains for young adventurers
2018-04-07 22:03Helgeland’s amazing collection of legendary mountains can be a great part of your family holiday. Here is the mountain with a hole all the way through, a Fairytale Forest at the foot of another mountain that resembles a lion, and the Seven Sisters that since time immemorial have peered out over the
LÅNAN – “THE EIDER DUCK VILLAGE”
2014-01-10 11:24Lånan is the largest eider duck nesting site in the Vega archipelago. Here, the islanders’ old tradition of building tiny “houses” for the migrating birds is very much alive. During the summer you can visit the “bird guardians” of Lånan and hear more about this heritage.
The Seven Sisters - seven challenging beauties
2013-07-04 12:26Beautiful women deserve all the attention they get. In the midst of the magical coast of Helgeland, seven lofty lovelies await our admiration. Only you can decide whether you will view them at a safe distance, or venture closer to experience them in their full glory.
Experience Mo i Rana from a kayak
2017-12-24 14:282,5 hour kayak tours in steady sea kayaks. See the famous sculpture "the Merman”, paddle right outside the old town and watch this industrial pearl by the Arctic Circle from the seaside.
Half way through our trip we’ll stop for a snack at a sandy beach. Remember to bring towel if you want to com
Lovund – a jewel on the Helgeland coast
2016-12-14 21:30Lovund, in Lurøy municipality, is one of the most distinctive islands on the Helgeland coast. It is beautifully situated facing the open sea. The island has 475 inhabitants and covers less than 5 km2. Despite its humble size, Lovund is one of the most entrepreneurial coastal communities, and it play
Svartisen – Norway’s second largest glacier
2013-09-02 10:45Svartisen is Norway’s second largest glacier, it has 60 glacier tongues and covers a full 370 km2. At just 20 m above sea level, it is the lowest glacier in mainland Europe, making it easily accessible for hikes and nature-based experiences.
In Helgeland you can visit both the Austerdalsisen glac