At Stekvasselv, two holiday houses are available for rent, as well as rooms in the main house. The newest house, built in 1985, has four bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, refrigerator, laundry room, two bathrooms and a sauna. The house is fully equipped with everything needed for self-catering.
The older house "Gammelstua" has seven beds in two rooms. The house is renovated with a new kitchen, walk-in cooler, laundry room, two bathrooms, and a sauna. The houses are fully equipped with everything you need for self-catering.
Stekvasselv also offers boat and canoe rental, and food service on request.
Kari and Håkon Økland have been running Stekvasselv Farm since they purchased it in 1985. Up until a decade ago, they had an active dairy production.
They wish to let visitors enjoy the wilderness adventures that they themselves treasure. The magnificent wilderness near Nord-Røssvatnet beckons!
There are many beaches around Røssvatnet where it is possible to take a boat out or even go swimming. Boats and canoes can be rented at Stekvasselv gård. Fishing licences can be bought at Statsskog. The area around Røssvatnet is also perfect for hiking during the summer as well as the winter. The area is also popular in the autumn for berry picking and hunting.
The regional airports of Mo i Rana and Mosjøen have several daily departures to Bodø and Trondheim. The closest station on the Nordlandsbanen railway is Bjerka. On weekdays during the school year, there is a bus service to Nord-Røssvatnet from Mo i Rana. The hosts can arrange to pick you up in Korgen or Bjerka. If you are driving highway E6 from farther north, then in Korgen take a turn towards Bleikvassli, and then head for Røssvatnet. If you are arriving by car from the south, we recommend you to take the scenic Wilderness Road (Villmarksveien). Take the turn towards Fiplingdal and Hattfjelldal, just north of Majavatn. Then continue along the western shore of Røssvatnet lake to Bleikvassli. For intrepid hikers arriving on foot, whether from north or south, it is easiest to follow Nordlandsruta. Coming over from Sweden, you can cross the border via Hemavan or Rönes and walk through the valley of Tängvassdalen, a five-hour hike.
Telefon: 916 70 540