Storheia Arena should
- become a sustainable experience destination and a cultural and sporting arena for locals and visitors. Available to everyone, regardless of their functional level.
- provide increased attractiveness and well-being in the region and be one of many actions to why people want to stay here.
- “lift” the region and make it more visible.
Northern Norway’s “folk mountain”
The project is designed and made together with the people of Hadsel and the region through active participation and involvement.
Northern Norway’s greenest, roughest and most spectacular “folk mountain”!
Do you want to know more?
Read about the progress of the Storheia Arena project, its schedules and deadlines.
Are you interested in using Storheia Arena for a big event? What is allowed and what is not?
See photos from Phase 1, the Opening of Storheia Arena, the folk festival, Arctic Race of Norway.
How do I apply to organise an event at Storheia Arena?
Storheia Arena shall promote public health
An important part of Bodø’s application (for European capital of culture, editor´s note) is to include a larger audience and practitioners. Storheia with its accessibility for people with different functional levels is an excellent example of how we can do this in practice.
I think it will be terrific. It will be a very nice arena, for those who ride bikes, roller skiing, hikes, have a stroller or use a wheelchair.
I think it is absolutely amazing that it has been paved from Husby and all the way up to Storheia. It makes the municipality more inclusive, and has helped me to experience a part of Vesterålen that was previously inaccessible to me.
Input and feedback
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