Kvernsjøhytta/cabinKilde: Innherred reiseliv AS
Kvernsjøhytta is located in a sparse pine forest at the eastern end of Kvernesjøen. West of the lake rises the steep Bangsjøfjella/Bangsjø Mountains. This is a great hiking area, especially in winter.
The cabin is 40m2, 2 bedrooms and beds and equipment for 6 adults.
Arrival no earlier than 15:00 and departure no later than 15:00 on the day of departure.
Distance from the road is 7 km both in summer and in winter.
Miscellanous: Pets allowed, heating by wood stove. Propane gas for cooking. There is no electricity at the lodge and toilets in an outhouse. Water from the lake next to the cabin. The beds have mattresses and pillows with covers. Sleeping bags must be brought. The cabin must be tidied and cleaned before departure. No food to be left behind.
Easiest way to Kvernsjøhytta is to drive to Heia kro/tavern and gjestegård/guestfarm at E6 in Grong. In winter there is a prepared ski path from Heia kro og gjestegård to the cabin. In the other seasons, there is an old summerfarm trail that you follow to the Bangsjøene/Bang lakes. In the area next to Svarttjønna leave the trail and go toward the south. UTM-33W reference 365613 7136744.
Kvernsjøhytta located by Kvernsjøen. Heia kro and gjestegård is a popular hiking area in the winter with groomed skiing trails and a stable climate. 4 km further north is Grong ski resort, the largest ski resort in central Norway. There is a boat in the lake belonging to the cabin and nice fish in the lake.
The rental of the cottage:
The cabin can be booked on Inatur.
You can also purchase fishing and hunting licenses. For manual ordering there is a billing fee of NOK50. The cabin is equipped with a key cabinet with combination lock. More information about this and code can be found on the order confirmation from Inatur after completing the booking.
- Fishing license
- Fishing possibilities
- Freshwater fishing
- Camping and cottage
- No indoor plumbing
- Outdoor privies
- Winter hire
- General facilities
- Dogs allowed
- Fishing card
- Nature and terrain