Reisa National Park (Norwegian: Reisa nasjonalpark) is a national park in Nordreisa municipality, Troms county, Norway that was established by royal decree on 28 November 1986. The park is full of wildlife such as the wolverine and Brown Bear. The Reisa river has cut a valley and a canyon (north of Imo) in the mountain plateau, producing the long fertile valley called Reisadalen. Waterfalls cascade into the valley. The waterfall Mollisfossen is one of the more spectacular falls at 269 metres (883 ft) in height.