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Reisastua is a renowned salmon fishing lodge located on the shore of the wild river Reisa, hidden deep in magic valley Reisadalen. A very special place with enormous potential for all outdoor sports lovers.

We and Reisastua

For many decades the stylish wilderness lodge Reisastua belongs among the world's best salmon fishing destinations. Many of the world's best fishermen got their biggest catch right here.

But Reisastua is not just a fishing Eldorado. Thanks to its location in the heart of the real Sámi/Lappland wilderness, Reisastua is a great base for exploration of fantastic nearby areas like the Lyngen Alps, Reisa National Park and the adjacent endless subarctic plateaus and wild mountains. If you are on a search for an oasis of calmness and freedom, you have just found it! Surrounding untouched nature will take your breath away and the solitude and tranquility will immediately touch your heart.

In the vicinity of Reisastua you find almost all kinds of Scandinavian landscapes, which create an absolute paradise for all the outdoor-sport's lovers, all year round. Hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, river boating even deeper into the valley, packrafting, trail-running, dog sledging, northern lights watching, world class ice climbing, bouldering, meditations, photographing, ski mountaineering, snowmo-skiing, ice fishing, whale watching, snow-shoeing and so much more... All of this on all levels of difficulty.

There is no place where we have slept better and deeper. Here you wake up totally fresh and energized, wanting to explore all the raw beauty around. No kidding, the positive energy here is truly fascinating!

After a long cold ski-mountaineering day, laying in the hot jacuzzi on the roof with northern lights dancing above your head, this is the best relax in the world. Our long summer run across Norway will lead across Reisastua, approximately on the 2500th kilometer. The vision of a relaxation in Reisastua's hot jacuzzi will be Petr's biggest motivation during cold rainy weeks on his wilderness run from the south of Norway to the north ;-)

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