Nestled at the foot of Okstindan in Hemnes Municipality lies a treasure trove of a mountain farm dating back to the 1600s. At Inderdalen Gård, you can spend the night in Kjellerhuset and immerse yourself in the rich cultural history of the farm while enjoying the hospitality of its fantastic hosts in scenic surroundings.

Inderdalen Gård is an old mountain farm dating back to the 17th century, and it has been operated by the same family since 1742. Today, it is the 8th generation of the family who manages the farm. As a guest staying at Inderdalen Gård, you’ll sleep in the Guest House, which used to be the residence for the farm’s staff and visitors.

The Guest House

The Guest House has been beautifully restored and maintained with great care for the cultural heritage. Here, you can enjoy the historical atmosphere along with modern comforts such as electricity and running water. On the ground floor, you’ll find a cozy living area with a simple kitchenette, equipped with hot plates and a refrigerator. Upstairs, there are 4 beds with bedding provided.

If you prefer not to prepare breakfast yourself, it’s possible to order a breakfast basket.

The minimum stay is 2 nights.

Dobbeltseng i soverommet i Gjestehuset Kathrine Sørgård


Historic “kaffeslaberas” in Gammelstua

Meet the hosts at the farm and hear the story of the people who have lived there. You will be served a light meal and given a tour of Gammelstua from the early 1800s. The house, which includes the parlor loft, contains many historical treasures.

Duration is approximately 2 hours. The cost is 400 NOK per person with a minimum of 2 people. Booking must be arranged in advance

Historical Walking Tour

Join a historical walking tour in the cultural landscape around Inderdalen Gård. Learn how grain was milled the old-fashioned way using water power in the old stream mill.

Duration is approximately 2 hours. The cost is 300 NOK per person with a minimum of 2 people. Booking must be arranged in advance

To voksne og to barn ved ei gammel bekkekvern Kathrine Sørgård


At Inderdalen Gård, old traditions are upheld. Kamkake is a local pastry in Hemnes baked in a wood-fired oven. Join us and learn about kamkake baking.

The activity takes 1-2 hours. 500 NOK per person. Must be arranged in advance.

En mann steker tradisjonsbaksten kamkake i vedfyrt ovn. Kathrine Sørgård

Hikes or skiing

Inderdalen also offers a fantastic area for hiking and skiing. From the farm, you can follow marked trails to Gråfjellhytta and Oksfjellelv. The hosts can give you many tips so you can explore the surrounding area on your own.


At Inderdalen Gård, you can also rent facilities for groups who want catering, kamkake baking, historical presentations, or tours. You can also visit the café or shop at the farm store on selected days of the year.

In 2019, Inderdalen Gård received the Cultural Landscape Award for their work on the farm.


Phone: +47 952 62 945
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The guesthouse, also known as Kjellerhuset, has beds for 4 people. There is one double bed and two shorter beds suitable for children or those who are not as tall. All beds are in the same room on the second floor. There is a steep staircase from the first to the second floor.

Guests have access to a private room with shower and toilet in the service building located right next to the guesthouse.

Price for 2 people for 2 nights is 3000 kroner. An additional 500 kroner per extra person.

Bedding, towels, and cleaning are included.

A breakfast basket can be ordered for 250 kroner per person.

Payment is required for a minimum of 2 nights. If you wish to stay longer, you can arrange the price with the hosts.


You can spend the night at Inderdalen Gård from April and out October.

If you’re traveling by car, then you’ll take off from the E6 in Korgen, in the direction of Bleikvassli, and later turn off to Bryggfjelldal.

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Thank you for respecting the local communities, and for helping us preserve the natural beauty of Helgeland!


  • Strive to leave no trace of your visit. Bring back all your rubbish, including used toilet paper, and discard it in the nearest rubbish bin.
  • Plan your toilet visits and use the opportunity when you pass a toilet. In the wilderness, make sure you are not a nuisance to others.
  • Respect the local wildlife. Keep a good distance from wildlife, livestock and birds. Keep your dog leashed.
  • Respect private property. Keep a respectful distance from houses and cabins.
  • Show good boating sense. Keep a good distance from shore and drive at a low speed, especially when you are close to anyone or anything on the water, including birds or animals. Avoid loud and disturbing engine noise. Be aware that some islands and nature reserves are important nesting sites, and that going ashore is prohibited during the nesting season.
  • Follow the Norwegian Mountain Code (Fjellvettreglene). Plan your excursion according to the weather forecast, your skills and experience.
  • Join a guided excursion or consider hiring an experienced guide, especially when you don’t have sufficient experience or knowledge to guarantee a safe trip.

Welcome to The Wilderness Road

The Wilderness Road runs through vast and beautiful mountain and nature areas, such as the Børgefjell National Park, Norway’s second-largest lake, Røssvatnet, and the mountain range Okstindan. The latter is home to Northern Norway’s highest peak, Oksskolten (1,916 meters above sea level), and Norway’s most spectacular cabin, Rabothytta (1,180 meters above sea level).

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