Car walks are short, well-facilitated walks that do not require any prior planning. You can easily stop and take a stroll as you drive through Innherred.
Oftenåsen is located close to Steinkjer city centre. Peilehytta cabin is situated at the top and serve refreshments Sundays 11 – 15. It boasts the world’s largest garden chair and a fabulous view over Steinkjer town, fjord and mountains. There is a rich network of well marked and facilitated paths around the hill. Toilet at the top.
Levanger city centre with its unique wooden house buildings and proxomity to the fjord is an excellent starting point for lovely walks. There are four marked routes from the Stadion Park in the city centre. The hikes range from 1,2 til 4,8 km. All routes are presented in a brochure and on the information board at the Stadion Park. Levanger has a high density of Geocaches and several historic wooden houses are QR mark for self-guided city walk.
At the top of Bokkhaugen in Levanger you are rewarded by a fantastic view of Innherred. The trail gravelled and easy to walk, and well adapted for children’s strollers. Steady ascent all the way. Lean-to shelter, bonfire and outhouse at the top.
Bersåsen nature reserve is situated in Snåsa town centre.The area has several cultural monuments, but is best known for its large and diverse orchid flora. There is a nature trail with information posters about nature in the area, viewpoint and a pond by which it is lovely to take a breather from your walk.
The Roaldstein is an old natural stone fortress in Snåsa with one of the best viewpoints of Lake Snåsavatnet. On the hike you pass old pitfall traps, ancient roads and the north trail of the pilgrim path.
Stokkvola is one of the region’s finest hiking destinations. The route starts at Møssingdalen Ski Centre in Åsen, Levanger. It is a gravelled path with benches, picnic areas, lean-to shelter and information boards along the way. From the top you are rewarded by views to large parts of Innherred.
The cultural trail between Strauen and Vangshylla is one of the oldest traffic routes in Inderøy. It winds along the fjord from Straumen to Vangshylla. Along the path there are several cultural, historical and botanical sights that are described in more detail on information boards. The hike can easily be walked in stages.
Bergugleberget is just one km from Fv 72 Jamtlandveien, towards Tromsdalen.. A wonderful little hike steeped in history and a wonderful view of Verdal awaits you at the top. Along the trail you can read information boards about the Swedish general Armfelt’s journey through Verdal in 1718 where he aimed to conquer Trondheim and Trøndelag. Bergugleberget was a cannon place for the defense of Verdal. There were 6 guns and 3 of them you can see today. Suitable for all ages.