Northern Norway's largest single collection of wooden buildings, towering mountains, and great fishing rivers are just some of the things you can experience by flying to Mosjøen.
If you want to experience a tradition-rich centre of trade in Helgeland, book tickets to Mosjøen. The town lies at the foot of the towering Øyfjell, which is a perfect destination for those who want to go hiking across challenging terrain. Local people in Mosjøen climb Øyfjell to look down over the town 817 metres below. Well-marked tourist trails make the hike a breeze. Bring a good lunch and enjoy the fantastic views of unique Norwegian scenery.
Flying to Mosjøen is perfect if you love fishing. Two rivers run through the town, the Skjerva and the Vefsna. Although the latter is known as the country's best trout river, you can also catch salmon on a rod here. And you can actually do it in the middle of town.
Tickets to Mosjøen
You can also fly to Mosjøen to take a look at the beautiful wooden houses in Mosjøen's old quarter, Sjøgata. These date from the 1800s and constitute Northern Norway's largest single collection of wooden buildings. The Vefsna river meets the great ocean here, where the inland people and coastal people have traded and bartered with each other for centuries. Visit a café, one of the small shops or galleries, or find a bench to relax soak your beautiful surroundings.
Other activities that may tempt you on your visit to Mosjøen include golf, horseriding, canoeing or go-karting.
In other words, there are plenty of good reasons to fly to Mosjøen, whether you want to experience nature or exciting fun-filled activities. Widerøe can fly you to Helgeland and land at several fantastic destinations.
For example, you can fly to Sandnessjøen
, which is a natural gateway for outer Helgeland. Fly to Mo i Rana
to experience some of Norway's most unique nature experiences. Go on a guided tour in the mountains, go island hopping or see a glacier calve. Fly to Brønnøysund
if you want to see the strange Torghatten mountain and its vast horizontal hole with its cave paintings that are thousands of years old.