Ranserbua
Ranserbua was constructed by the residents of the Susendalen valley before the Second World War. The purpose of the hut was to have shelter in an area that offers good hunting and fishing terrain. The reindeer herding hut nearby was built in conjunction with the Norwegian-Swedish Reindeer Grazing Convention and the border fence. Ranserbua has two simple bunk beds and a small wood-burning stove. There is an outhouse beside the hut. The hut is owned and run by Statskog.

Price: Free use
Area: 6 m2
Sleeping capacity: 2
Distance to road (winter): 20 km
Distance to road (summer): 20 km
Heating:  Wood-burning stove
Lighting: No
Toilet: Outhouse
Cooking facilities: Wood-burning stove
Mobile coverage: No

Source: Statskog SF

Ranserbua står åpen for Besøkende i Børgefjell
Ranserbua is situated in the Ranserdalen valley in the north-eastern part of Børgefjell.
Simskardhytta er en åpen hytte for besøkende i Børgefjell
Simskardhytta is situated 3.5 km from the gateway and a wooden walkway leads to the hut.

Simskardhytta
Simskardhytta is situated in Simskardet is an old forest cabin. It was formerly a shed and was moved here and modified around 1963. The hut consists of a small entrance area, a living room with two bunks and a bedroom with one bed. The hut is owned and run by Statskog.

Price: Free use
Areal: 20 m2
Sleeping capacity: 5
Distance to road (winter): 6 km
Distance to road (summer): 3 km
Heating: Wood-burning stove
Lighting: Paraffin
Toilet: Outhouse
Cooking facilities: Gas
Mobile coverage: Limited

Source: Statskog SF

Skogstua in Namskroken
Skogstua was built as a forest shelter in 1918 and later taken over by the Namsskogan Mountain Board. Skogstua is open for hikers and mountain folk, except in the period from 9-30 September. The hut consists of a living room with two sets of bunks. You will find payment forms in the hut, which is owned and run by the Namsskogan Mountain Board.

Price: NOK 125 per person/per night
Areal: 16 m2
Sleeping capacity: 4
Distance to road (winter): 8 km
Distance to road (summer): 4 km
Heating:  Wood-burning stove
Lighting:  Paraffin
Toilet: Outhouse
Cooking facilities: Gas
Mobile coverage: No

Source: Namsskogan Mountain Board

Besøkende i Børgefjell kan besøke Skogstua i Namskroken som står åpen
Skogstua in Namskroken is situated in the lower lying south-western part of the national park.
Virmahytta står åpen for besøkende i Børgefjell i sommerhalvåret
Virmahytta is situated by the Storelva river, which is a landing place for the boat service.

Virmahytta
Virmahytta is open from 1 June – 9 September. During the summer months, you can take the boat service across lake Namsvatnet to this hut, which is situated approx. 100 m from the pier. The trails to lake Djupvatnet and the Virmadalen valley pass the hut. The hut consists of a living room with three sets of bunks. A price of NOK 70 per person/per night applies during the period the hut in open. You will find information about payment options in the hut. From 20 September until 1 June, you may book the hut in the normal manner. The hut is owned and run by the Røyrvik Mountain Board.

Price: NOK 70 per person/per night
Areal: 15 m2
Sleeping capacity: 6
Distance to road (winter): 8 km
Distance to road (summer): 4 km
Heating: Firewood
Lighting:  Solar power
Toilet: Outhouse
Cooking facilities: Gas
Mobile coverage: Limited

 Source: Røyrvik Mountain Board