Bønå Villmarksferie: Wilderness par exellance - Bønå
Came on day visits twice and enjoyed the facilities. Didn't catch any salmon, though.
Went for a hike up the valley, enjoyed talking to the owners of the Bønå farm and wilderness experience facilities. Separate cabins or rooms integrated in the farm building, several categories available, but simple. Superb wilderness exploration spot if fjords and mountains are both on your agenda. It was on mine. As I stayed in a tent kayak/camping, I only used the facilities offered at Bønå during daytime.
No road access, at the innermost reaches of one of the most exciting fjords in Norway - Visten fjord.
Fishing rights, boats available. Salomon fishing on the premises. Trout fishing up in the mountains, excellent fjord fishing. Hunting licences available in season.
Fjording horse rides available. Guided hikes in the mountains available, visit to a cave with cave paintings, canoe and motor boat rental, food service etc. etc.
Accommodations at the fjord, up in the mountains, in saami shelters.
Quite rough, and I am not sure the place would accept American lawyers who may sue for too hot coffee or too steep mountains and danger of children getting wet. A challenging place for overprotective parents, but a paradise for outdoorsy families.
Life at this place is really something beyond the black stump, and economically also at the margins of regular life in Norway.