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Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord

Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Frithjof Fure Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Robin Strand – Bergen Tourist Board Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Jens-Henrik Nybo – Innovation Norway Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Sunvil Discovery
Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Frithjof Fure
Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Robin Strand – Bergen Tourist Board
Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Jens-Henrik Nybo – Innovation Norway
Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord Photo: Sunvil Discovery

Hike facts

Effort level
  • Easy
  • Medium
Duration
  • several days

Contact information

Description

Combine Bergen, the gateway of the fjords with the fjord-side villages of Flåm and Balestrand.That 7-night holiday to the Sognefjord - by public transport - offers the perfect opportunity for exploring Norway’s longest and deepest fjord and its surrounding landscape on foot.

A wealth of marked walking trails and outdoor activities are available. Trails include:
• Hike to Gudmedalen in the Flåmsdalen Valley – including a journey on the famous Flåm Railway
• A hike on the Navvies Road which winds its way down the hillside to the village of Flåm and offers wonderful views of the Aurlandsfjord
• A hike to the Prest summit from Flåm with panoramic views from the summit
• Hiking trails through the village of Balestrand
• Glacial walks in the Jostedalsbreen National Park

The price includes:
• Return scheduled flights to Bergen
• 2-nights Bed and Breakfast accommodation at the Grand Hotel Terminus in Bergen (Standard room)
• 3-nights Bed and Breakfast accommodation at the Hotel Flamsbrygga in Flåm (Standard room)
• 2-nights Bed and Breakfast accommodation at the Hotel Kviknes in Balestrand (Standard room with fjord view in the historic wing)
• Transfers on arrival and departure
• Public transport from Bergen to Flåm

Trail marking

This hike is signposted and the level of difficulty indicated by colour-coded icons. Green is easiest, blue is moderate, red is demanding, and black is very demanding.

Facilities

  • Nature and terrain

    • fjord
  • Grading

    • medium
    • easy
    • marked trails with colour grading
  • Duration

    • several days
Prices from
£1,377 per person, based on 2 people sharing

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  • Hiking Hiking
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Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord - Photo: Frithjof Fure

Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord

Combine Bergen, the gateway of the fjords with the fjord-side villages of Flåm and Balestrand.That 7-night holiday to the Sognefjord - by public...

Self-guided walking holiday to the Sognefjord

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