If you have not yet experienced a glacier calve, pack your bag and fly to Mo i Rana. There is some incredible scenery here.
Mo i Rana is known as the "Iron City", and today it is a centre for a variety of outdoor activities. The city is surrounded by a rich and varied landscape . North of the city lies the exciting Plurdalen with its many caves. Here there are opportunities for excursions on Icelandic ponies between Langfjell and Umbukta as well as for shorter trips.
If you choose to fly to Mo i Rana, you can also take guided tours of the mountains, go island hopping by bicycle, or explore the uninhabited islands by kayak.
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Mo i Rana is also called the "Arctic Circle City" and is, naturally enough, a perfect gateway to the Arctic Circle and the spectacular Helgeland coast. The Arctic Circle region stretches from Okstindan, Røssvatnet and Saltfjellet to the Swedish border, via Ranfjorden and Svartisen, and out to the island realm of the coast of Helgeland from Nesna to Rødøy.
Svartisen National Park is a very good reason for booking tickets to Mo i Rana. This is Norway's most diverse national park. On your visit to Mo i Rana, you can also enjoy a variety of fine hiking trails such as Blakkådalen with its open cabin at Beiarn along Svartisen. You certainly won't lack for great outdoor experiences in Mo i Rana.
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There are several fantastic rock formations in the area that should be experienced if you book tickets to Mo i Rana. For example, you should experience the troll mountain Rødøyløva, which is shaped like a resting lion, and Hestmannen, which is known from the legend of the Seven Sisters.
It is easy to recommend flying to Mo i Rana, but you can also fly to Helgeland
with Widerøe and land at several other fantastic destinations. How about flying to Mosjøen
, which is a tradition-rich centre of trade in Helgeland? You can also fly to Sandnessjøen
. Both destinations offer beautiful coastal scenery and a host of activities for all ages.