The ground-plan shows the ferry traffic waiting area and the curved traffic lane for those boarding the ferry. Between the asphalt areas for traffic and the wooden decking along the quay promenade and around the service building there is a large square covered with light gravel. On the gravel square are rectangular stones for sitting on, set in a pattern like a large wave. Furthermore, there are four square-shaped sections containing rowan trees that are integrated into the gravel area. Here there are planted multi-branched clusters of rowan trees, and around the service building there are borders of Germander meadowsweet (Spiraea chamaedryfolia) and monkshood (Aconitum napellus) – all robust and typical varieties for the Helgeland coastal region.

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Rv 17, Ågskaret fergeleie