Coordinates: UTM 33W 0391686 7283695, 65°39'24.7N 12°38'40.9''E
Primary interests: Tourism
The 22 kilometre long Vistenfjorden is the most prominent fjord in the Trollfjell Geopark. Many largescale and small-scale geolomorphological features related to the glacial periods are found along the fjord, including pot holes and raised shorelines. The latter are seen both as stone fields and terraces in the mountain side. There are also karst caves and raised sea caves in the area, but these are not easy to access and remain quite unexplored.
The National Park Lomsdal-Visten encloses large parts of the fjord. An express boat is operating the fjord, and the route ends in Bønå. Here there are accommodation facilities, and the place is a good starting point for hikes in the large and wild national park.
The fjord is already a touristic site, but tourism here has large potential to grow.