Láhko National Park
|Láhko National Park|
|Area||188 km2 (73 sq mi).|
|Established||14 December 2012|
|Governing body||Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management|
Láhko National Park (Norwegian: Láhko nasjonalpark) is a national park in the municipalities Gildeskål, Meløy and Beiarn in Nordland, Norway. The park contains unique geological features, including Norway's largest area of karst and caves. Rare plants and charales are also found inside the park. The park was established in December 2012 and covers an area of 188 km2 (73 sq mi).
- "FOR 2012-12-14 nr 1314: Forskrift om vern av Láhko nasjonalpark, Gildeskål, Meløy og Beiarn kommuner, Nordland" (in Norwegian). Lovdata. 2012. Retrieved 3 June 2013.
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