Winter Photo Adventures in Flatanger

Want a great photo location? Come to Flatanger and The Eagle Man will take you on an unforgettable tour! As photographers we love challenges and the nature of Flatanger can provide a big variety of such. The coastline of Trøndelag can offer anything from spectacular winter light to snow blizzards, calm falling snow and also some challenging rainy days. We have several photo sheds where some of the most charismatic birds of Europe – and the Golden eagle – can be observed. There is a long list of other interesting birds and wildlife to see and photograph. Come join us for a winter experience and accommodation in a cozy guesthouse!

The photo adventures are also open for anyone who wants to see wildlife and get a sense of Norwegian winter nature and also families who want a nature adventure in Norway.

Winter season: 1st of November – 6th of March

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    1-21 (tailor made)

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    upon request

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Tour Operators

  • Ole Martin Dahle


After gladly receiving an enquiry from you, we will agree on how many days you want to stay and what you want to do and see. Therefore we do not have a set itinerary but will customize the trip based on your preferences. It could be one day or 21 days, a combined trip to both Flatanger and Dovre or either of these locations.

Going from the Trondheim airport to Flatanger it will take about 2 – 2,5 hours to drive. If you want any travel alternatives we will kindly help you with that.  Flatanger is a small municipality with 1120 inhabitans almost as many islets and skerries. The nature here is complex, showing off a rugged coastline, variated forest nature and great mountains.


In Flatanger you will be accommodated in our cozy guesthouse with a fully equipped kitchen, two double and two single bedrooms. In the livingroom you can read books from our nice library. Most of these books come from photographers that have visited us.

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