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2tides | Travel to Mo i Rana

Travel to Mo i Rana

Travel by car to Mo i Rana

 

The E6 motorway runs the length of Helgeland and is the most direct route to the interior. An alternative to the E6 is the Coastal Route (“Kystriksveien”) (fv. 17, formerly known as rv. 17), which stretches from Steinkjer to Bodø. You can also reach the Helgeland Coast via Tosenvegen (fv. 76), via Mo i Rana (E12). There are three main roads leading to Helgeland from Sweden: Sagavegen (fv. 804/fv. 296), Krutfjellvegen (rv. 73) and Blåvegen (E12).

 

• From Oslo to Mo i Rana: Approximately 970 kilometres (14,5 hours)
• From Trondheim to Mo i Rana: Approximately 460 kilometres (6,5 hours)

 

• From Stockholm to Mo i Rana: Approximately 990 kilometres (13 hours)
• From Gothenburg to Mo i Rana: Approximately 1250 kilometres (16 hours)
• From Umeå to Mo i Rana: Approximately 480 kilometres (6,5 hours)
• From Luleå to Mo i Rana: Approximately 500 kilometres (6,5 hours)

Travel by air to Mo i Rana

 

Widerøe operates direct flights to/from Bodø and Trondheim to Mo i Rana. In addition there is also a direct route between Oslo and Brønnøysund (and a direct route between Oslo and Sandnessjøen in summer only). Approximate travel time:

• From Bergen to Mo i Rana: 4 hours
• From Oslo to Mo i Rana: 2,5 hours
• From Trondheim to Mo i Rana: 1 hour

 

Travel by train to Mo i Rana

 

The Nordland Line runs several times daily from Trondheim to Bodø. Approximate travel time:

• From Oslo to Mo i Rana: 14,5 hours
• From Trondheim to Mo i Rana: 6,5 hours
• From Bodø to Mo i Rana: 3 hours

 

For timetables and prices, see NSB