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Guided walks to Storsæterfossen take you on a well-traveled path through the gorgeous area to stone steps laid by Nepalese Sherpas. The famous trail then leads trekkers behind the 30-meter-high waterfall that cascades in an arc down the mountain....
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Zip around the beautiful fjord in an RIB (rigid-inflatable boat) to get up close to the waterfalls and abandoned farms that line the water. Your guide will stop the boat periodically to share information and answer questions and, if you’re lucky,...
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Arguably the most famous fjord in Norway, the Geirangerfjord is known for its emerald forests, slender waterfalls, and picturesque hamlets. To get up close and personal, take the car ferry that runs between the villages of Geiranger and Hellesylt,...
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Flydalsjuvet, just five kilometers from Geiranger, has two excellent viewing points. The lower has a viewing “chair” called Fjordsetet, while the upper is for adrenaline junkies who get a kick out of standing on a massive protruding...
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Mountain farms are classic Norway, from their turf-roofed barns to a profusion of goats. Families with children will especially love Herdalssetra, a farm that's been operating for more than 300 years on the site of a medieval settlement. Wander...
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It’s a thrill to swoosh down a snowy mountain in short sleeves in the middle of the summer, whether snowboarding or skiing cross-country, alpine or telemark style (a Nordic style where the heel isn’t attached to the ski). The ski lifts at the...
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Out of the many ways to experience the natural beauty of Geiranger, a downhill bike ride may just be the most thrilling. From the Djupvasshytta Mountain Lodge some 1,030 meters above sea level, coast 17 kilometers down the road and soak up the...
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Embark on a wonderful 10-kilometer trek from the village of Vollset across Flo Mountain to experience pastoral Norway at its finest. Follow a well-worn path that dates back to medieval times, meandering past farms with grazing cows, fields of...
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Convoys of coaches grind and creak as they slowly take each hairpin turn to get to the top of Mount Dalsnibba, some 1,500 meters above the Geirangerfjord. After the breathtaking 21-kilometer drive, you’ll be rewarded with views that go on forever....