The municipal of Evenes is located just between the two cities Narvik and Harstad, with about 1400 inhabitants. The administrative center is Bogen, and the municipality consists of landscape and forest, long coastlines and mountainous areas. The regional airport is located in Evenes.

Evenes is known for its sami culture, Várdobáiki Sami Center is located here, where they run the Gállogieddi Open air museum. Here you will get great insight of the sami traditions and culture.

Other experiences in Evenes is the spectacular Trollkirka, one of Norways longest limestone caves with pot-holes, deep ravines and cascades,  which can only be described as a remarkable nature experience.

Evenes can also offer great hiking trails and very good sea fishing spots.

The uniqueness of the wilderness puts Evenes on the map for a place worth visiting.

Evenes kirke

The Evenes Church was the first church in Ofoten, built about the year 1250. The original church and a subsequent church has been lost in fires; the present church is a wooden church (built in 1800) inspired by Danish Biedermeier mansion building style. Some relics from the original churches remain in the church today, most notably a stone baptismal font from the 13th century.

Evenesvika

Named regions finest beach.

Gàllogieddi Outdoor Museum

At Gállogieddi, you have the chance to visit a markesámi smallholding and learn about aspects of the Sámi cultural heritage, livelihood and religion in the wooded countryside in southern Troms and northern Nordland where Sámi, who once led a semi-nomadic life with their reindeer, ultimately settled down to farm and fish. The museum tells you about the people and their history, and gives you an idea of what it was like to live here some 200 years ago.

Liland Brygge

Old coastal culture or just some coffee thirsty? You get both at Leeland brew.

Hilking Trails

There are lowlands in the western part of the municipality (Liland and Evenes area), while in the eastern part (Bogen), the mountains go almost straight up from the fjord. The highest mountain is Lilletinden (1,137 metres or 3,730 feet), which can be climbed without climbing equipment, even with skis in the winter and early spring.

There are lots of hiking trails in Evenes.  Join a walk, follow some of these trails, discover nature and meet people from Evenes. They walk a lot and you will never walk alone. In the winter season there are several cross-country skiing routes.