There are numerous hiking routes and trail in Inderøy for you to enjoy. With beautiful cultural landscapes on all sides and views to the sea, there is much to see. The ttrails are in easy terrain and we recommend combining your hike with a visit to one of the many niche and farm shops.
Here are suggestions on where to go.
Based on restaurants and selected accommodation, we will happily tailor a route for you that gives you a fantastic experience!
THE CULTURAL TRAIL STRAUMEN – VANGSHYLLA
18 KM ONVE WAY
The cultural trail between Straumen and Vangshylla is one of the oldest traffic routes on Inderøy. You hike along the fjord and there are several cultural, historical and botanical sights along the trail. You can choose to walk all of it or walk stages of it. See overview map here
FROM GULBURET TO ØYNA
13 KM ONE WAY
Hike through vibrant cultural landscapes, beautiful nature, old wooden houses and experience art and local food lovingly prepared. The trail alternates between path, road and grass in the cultural landscape. Why not srat with lunch or refreshments at Gulburet cafe and dinner at Øyna restaurant.
THE NORTHUG TRAIL
Start and stop at Vestvik church in Framverran in Inderøy. The trail follows rural roads and passes the farm where Petter Northug* grew up. Information boards along the way shares details about Petter's upbringing. Great trail that can be walked, jogged, but also completed with a pram and walker. *Famous Norwegian skier
STORKNUKEN – INDERØY'S HIGHEST PEAK
– 11.8 KM ONE WAY
3 current routes are marked and signposted. All routes are demanding, passing through a lot of soft marsh land. The last 1500 meters up to the top is steep. The view from Storknuken is fantastic in all directions. Nice fishing lakes along all routes. The Mosvik card is needed for inland fishing. The trails are located on Turkart/hiking map for Inderøy.
1,8 KM ONE WAY
The path to Finnheimen is well marked. After about 2 min walk you come to Kvennstu - Eva Moestu. There are often gatherings here, with the opportunity to buy waffles and coffee. After Eva Mostu the trail goes uphill for a while before the trail flattens. Downhill for the last bit. you may encounter sheep along the trail. Finnheiem was an old Sami settlement from 1865 - 1916.
ØRDALEN NATURE RESERVE
– 6 KM ONE WAY
Ørdalen nature reserve is located at Utøy, at the western tip of Inderøy municipality. The reserve has a rich and exciting plant life, as well as a rich cultural history. Traces of the lives of former homesteading families are shown in several places. The main attraction of the reserve is a huge rhododendron plant. The vegetation inside and outside the reserve is varied, from beautiful cultivated pasture with sheep to steep slopes with elm trees and hazel to sea shores.
SOLEM/LEKSET TO OLSTOLEN WITH SEA VIEW
5,5 KMROUND TRIP
In the footsteps of Olav the Holy: The view from Olstolen is fantastic - you look out over Trones in Verdal, Røra and large parts of the fjord. The trip goes along a nice tractor path for just under 3 kilometers, before going steeply upwards about 200 meters.
THE TIDAL CURRENT TRAIL
– 300 METRES ONE WAY
The trail starts at the Straumbrua bridge and runs along the fjord parts of Sundsnesset. When you reach the end of the path, you can take a look at the reef at the outlet. You can often see one or more otters playing in the water. Along the trail there are several places that are suitable for fishing.
1 KM ONE WAY
The trip to Liatjønna is located in Mosvik in Inderøy municipality. Well facilitated family fishing place, perhaps the best in all of Trøndelag, with information board, 3 fishing piers, 400 m wheelchair path, nature trail, gapahuk, 3 barbecue places, tables and benches, woodshed, water regulation pond and toilet. The area is particularly suitable for outdoor activities and fishing for the disabled.
EXPERIENCE THE GOLDEN ROAD ON FOOT AND BY BIKE
With a bicycle and feet as a means of transport, the trip on Inderøy goes along old traffic arteries from fjord to fjord in a beautiful cultural landscape interspersed with burial mounds and monumental stones. Between hiking and biking you have plenty of time for gallery visits, shopping and enjoying good food.