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The Hardangerfjord is the second-longest fjord in Norway and the fourth-longest in the world. The fjord stretches for 177 kilometers (110 miles) from the Atlantic Ocean into the country's mountainous interior, passing beneath the Hardangervidda...

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Måbødalen, Eidfjord Municipality, Norway
This scenic, six-kilometer-long (four-mile-long) valley begins in Eidfjord and stretches to the western side of the Hardangervidda plateau. The valley is home to one of the most famous waterfalls in Norway, the 182-meter-tall (597-foot-tall)...
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Europe’s largest mountain plateau—and the largest national park in mainland Scandinavia—Hardangervidda is wild Norway at its very best. The 1,321-square-mile park is the southernmost limit for arctic plants and animals, including the arctic fox...
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Eidfjord, Norway

With its arctic tundra and pristine wilderness, the region around Eidfjord is famous for bird-watching, and you might be lucky enough to spot some of the area's many different species from the ship. Birds such as the tufted duck, long-tailed duck,...

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The region surrounding Eidfjord, particularly Hardangervidda National Park, is home to the world’s largest population (an estimated 20,000) of the rare wild reindeer. Though it would be unusual to spot one from the deck of a ship, it’s not...