National park areas in Namdalen
Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park
Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park is known for its abundance of ptarmigan, woodland birds, trout and charr. Marked trails and self-service overnight accommodations make the area very family friendly.
Lierne National Park
Lierne National Park is well-suited to hiking, hunting and fishing and picking mushrooms and berries, but there are only a few marked trails and open cabins. Lierne fjellstyre (mountain authority) offers cabins and boats for hire both in and outside the national park.
Read more about Lierne National Park and Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park.
Børgefjell National Park
Børgefjell National Park includes tall mountain peaks, gentle valleys, wild rapids and far-reaching moors. Here, we also find the only viable stock of arctic foxes in Norway. Børgefjell is known for its many lakes abundant in fish, and its ptarmigan and small game hunting.
Read more about Børgefjell National Park.
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Børgefjell National Park comprises high summits, deep valleys, wild rapids and expansive moors. In addition to hunting and fishing, the distinguishing feature Børgefjell is its population of Arctic fox.