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The Vicarage at Nesset

Childhood home of the Norwegian writer Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, who was awarded the Nobel Prize of Literature in 1903. Seven of the present buildings dat...


Vengedalen - Litlefjellet

Toll road to the foot of the Romsdalshorn mountain. Continue by foot on a short but somewhat steep path. Marvellous roundview towards Trollveggen (Tro...
Effort level
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  • 1 hour
  • Mountain
June - October


Åndalsnes Train Chapel

"Church on rail". Welcome to the first and only train chapel in Norway - probably also the only one in the world - which has stopped by the platform o...


The waterfall Slettafossen

At Verma, 44 km from Åndalsnes. Signposted turn-off from the road (E136) Also a 30-40 m deep canyon with a river and rapids. Picnic area. Hand-made art...


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...


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...


The mill in Heggdalsvika

Restored watermill dating from the 1880s. Well signposted beside the road in Sør-Heggdal on the island of Otrøya....


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...


The Royal Birch and the Peace Grove

The place where King Haakon and Crown Prince Olav sought shelter from German bombers in April 1940 when they were being hunted by the German occupying...


The town street at the Romsdal Museum

The "town street" with Mali's Café shows typical Molde town houses from the pre-war period....
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