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 has been in existence since the 1600s and has been owned and operated by the same family since 1742, now in its 8th generation. As an overnight guest at the farm, you’ll stay in the Kjellerhuset, originally built as housing for the farm’s servants. The root cellar is still in use today, and the first floor features a cozy living room with a simple kitchenette equipped with cooking facilities, a fridge, running water, and electricity. If you prefer not to cook breakfast yourself, you can order a breakfast basket. Upstairs, you’ll find four made up beds. The house also has a shower and toilet, and towels are provided. Note: there is a minimum two-day stay requirement.

In addition to offering overnight accommodation, Inderdalen Gård provides rental space for groups interested in dining, traditional Norwegian kamkake baking, historical education, or guided tours. On select days throughout the year, the farm’s café and shop are open for visitors.

The area surrounding Inderdalen Gård is ideal for hiking, with marked trails leading to Gråfjellhytta and Oksfjellelv, or visitors can explore the area on their own.

In recognition of their commitment to preserving and promoting the cultural heritage of the farm, Inderdalen Gård was awarded the Cultural Landscape Award in 2019.

Contact

Phone: +47 952 62 945
oinderdal@gmail.com
Facebook: groups/1523522304530561/
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Inderdalen Gård er tilgjengelig for booking året rundt.

If you’re traveling by car, take the turnoff from E6 at Korgen towards Bleikvassli and then turn off towards Bryggfjelldal.

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

Please:

  • 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.

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