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Stegastein Sightseeing

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Roundtrip from Flåm and Aurland to the viewpoint Stegastein.

Daily departures from June 11th to August 31st.

A great bus sightseeing tour from Flåm and Aurland to the spectacular viewpoint Stegastein. Here, approx. 650 meters above the village Aurland and the fjord, you get a fantastic view of the scenery. It’s a perfect place to take your holiday photos.

If you want to walk down to Aurland or even hike along the marked path to the mountain “Prest”, it is possible. The “Prest” tour is for those who are a bit more more experienced hikers. Calculate 3 hours for this tour. It is also possible to do a shorter and easier hike for about 1 hour.

If going hiking you can take one of the following busses back to Aurland or Flåm. No extra cost. Please see timetable below. Remember to inform your driver when you will use your return ticket.

Duration standard sightseeing tour: 1-1,5 hour.

Departures from Flåm: 1100, 1230, 1400
Departures from Aurland: 1115, 1245, 1415


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5/15/2013 - 9/15/2013
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Stegastein Sightseeing

Roundtrip from Flåm and Aurland to the viewpoint Stegastein. Daily departures from June 11th to August 31st. A great bus sightseeing tour from Flåm...

Stegastein Sightseeing

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