Kayaking courses at Helgeland
The Helgeland coastline is by many travellers consider to be the world’s most beautiful. Støtt’s many small islands and islets, and its sheltered crystal-clear waters, are at the northernmost end of the region. We invite you to experience this kayaking paradise, and intense impressions in our magnificent scenic surroundings.

Contact us


1-2 days


Min 6


On request

Meeting point:

Støtt Brygge


Arena Støtt


from NOK1500

At Støtt you can choose between charming and luxurious accommodation at the old trading post, or opt for a simple tent or a lavvo (traditional Sámi tent). Restaurant Gammelbutikken offers amazing seafood prepared from the local catch. Our museum highlights Støtt’s cultural heritage, the golden years of Støtt Old Trading Post, and the way of life of the fishermen who sold their catches there.

Join us for a kayaking course at Støtt, whether you already are an experienced kayaker wanting to increase your expertise, or a beginner who wants to qualify for the NPF Wet Card certificate. (NPF is the Norwegian Canoe & Kayaking Association.)

We offer the following courses on request (minimum 6 participants):
Introductory course: a 3–4 hour course that earns you the NPF Wet Card certificate
Kayaking techniques
Course for kayaking leaders and guides

Theese courses are set up for 2019

Did you know:
Exploring Støtt Nature Reserve by kayak, you may see curious seals poking their up, and eagles soaring the sky above. It’s an unforgettable adventure! Kayaks are, of course, available for hire right here at Støtt Brygge. We have one-man kayaks, and all the equipment you need including dry suits. A chart of nearby waters is included when you rent a kayak.
Know before you go:
  • It is a requirement to have valid travel insurance and that you make sure that you have sufficient insurance coverage for all activities you participate in.
Kayak rental:
You can rent a kayak with equipment from us, provided you have an NPF Wet Card or similar certification.
Included is a free sea chart with suggested kayaking routes.

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