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The Flåm Railway & Documentation Centre gives you an insight in the building of the Flåm Railway,its exiting history, and its technological development...
Authentic farmhouse in the Aurland Valley, situated on the famous 6 hour hiking traject Østerbø - Vassbygdi. Beautifully restored....
Rjoandefossen (Waterfall) is located in the Flåm valley - Totalt hight of 310 m and a free fall of 147 m.
You can see the waterfall from the Flåm Ra...
The mighty Kjosfossen is one of many highlights on the Flåm Railway. The waterfall has a total fall of 93 meters and is only accessible by train. It...
Built around 1180 and is dedicated to the Apostle Andrew. The church is exceptionally well preserved and is one of the most distinctive stave churche...
WINTER FJORDSAFARIExperience the Aurlandsfjord, the UNESCO world heritage Nærøyfjord and the charming little village of Undredal during wintertime.
Stretching 204 km (120 miles) from Solund at the coast to the mighty Jotunheimen massif and Jostedalsbreen glacier, Sognefjorden is the longest fjord...
Vik i Sogn
Fresvikbreen is a glacier on the south side of Sognefjorden in Vik, Sogn og Fjordane. It lies between Setjedalen in the west, and Storedalen in the east, and is close to the village of Fresvik.
The glacier has an area of 15 km² and its highest point is 1648 metres above sea level. Fresvikbreen is the 23rd largest glacier on the Norwegian mainland.
Vik i Sogn
Botnafossen is a rather big and very impressing waterfall in Indrefjorden in Arnafjord. The waterfall is clearly visible from the main road. One can get closer to the waterfall by leaving the main road and driving or hiking a bit up the road towards the settlement Halsete.
On the hiking path from Halsete to the mountain area Stølsheimen, one is passing the same river, also here creating a beautiful waterfall, only called Fossen - meaning The waterfall.
Vik i Sogn
Haldorslifossen is an impressing waterfall situated in Tenne in Arnafjord. The waterfall is visible from the road driving from Indrefjord to Nese. From the parking place in the little gravel pit, the way leads first up to the shooting stand. From there, a relativly steep track leads up to the waterfall. The hike takes approximatley 1/2 hour.