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Eikesdal

Aursjøvegen Road

The road goes from Finnset in Eikesdal through Finnsetlia, featuring several 180 degree hairpin turns, through dramatic nature that might take your bre...

Midsund

The French Cave

Franskhelleren (the French grotto) is a grotto located about 4-500 m from the ferry landing at Dryna. French POWs fleeing from the Germans lived here...

Eikesdal

The Mardalsfossen Waterfall

The long Eikesdalsvatnet lake lies just 26 metres above sea level, while the surrounding mountains tower to heights of 1,500 to 1,800 metres straight u...

Bud

The fishing village Bjørnsund

Bjørnsund is a deserted island with idyllic atmosphere. Around 1900 the population was 5-600. The houses, which "cling" to the islands and skerries ha...

Åfarnes

Nysetra - family friendly hiking area

By Åfarnes. Toll road. From the parking place at the end of the road there is a fantastic view of the Rødven fjord and the Romsdal fjord. Hikes: Her...

Åndalsnes

Kylling Bridge and Vermafossen waterfall

At Verma (top end of Romsdal Valley, 40 kilometres from Åndalsnes). Railway bridge of hand-dressed stone, described as "a tiger's spring in stone". 60...

Åndalsnes

The Trollstigen Road and Stigfossen Waterfall

Trollstigen - the "Troll Ladder" is a dramatic and exciting experience. One of Norways National Tourist Roads. The road twists through 11 hairpin be...

Åndalsnes

Sandgrovbotn - The waterfall Mardalsfossen

Mountain road from Brude (rv9) over the mountain to Mardalstjønna lake (945 m.a.s). The Mardalsfossen waterfall, the fourth highest waterfall in the wo...

Bud

The fishing village of Bud

In the 16th and 17th century Bud was the biggest trading post between Bergen and Trondheim. The last meeting of the national council in Norway was he...

Eidsvåg i Romsdal

The petroglyphs at Bogge

Petroglyphs are signs and symbols that were carved into the rock in the days when people lived from fishing and hunting. The carvings may be a celebrat...
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