The alpine ski resort Grong Skisenter has 15 different slopes and four ski lifts, meaning both families and experienced alpine skiers can find their favourite runs.
The Hanshelleren cave in Flatanger is drawing increasingly more elite rock climbers from around the world – and is regarded as one of the most unique climbing walls on earth.
The mountain board Namsskogan Fjellstyre has among the most rental cabins of any mountain board in Norway, as well as large hunting and fishing areas.
The river Namsen has been called the “Queen of the salmon rivers”, but the Namsen watercourse also has several princesses to choose between.
Namsskogan Family Park offers adventures for the whole family all summer long. Families can combine enjoyable experiences with animals and exciting activities.
With its distinctive architecture on the seaward approach to Rørvik, Norveg – the centre of coastal culture and industry – provides a clear signal that cultural heritage is the trademark of the coastal town of Rørvik.
Namdalskysten is the northernmost part of the Trøndelag coast, stretching from Flatanger in the south, via Namsos and Rørvik to Leka in the north. The coastline in Namdalen is known for excellent fishing.
In Namdalen you 3 national park areas. Each of them invite you to fantastic nature experiences, such as hiking, canoeing, fishing and skiing.
Lierne in Nord-Trøndelag, the realm of the bears, is the area of Norway where we find the largest number of bears.