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Vik i Sogn

Vikøyri - historical shore dweller site

Historical shore dweller site, protected by law Cultural Walk For guided tours contact Vik Tourist Information vik@sognefjord.no Tel. +47 57 69 56...
Read more: Moahaugane burial mounds Photo: Torstein Hønsi

Vik i Sogn

Moahaugane burial mounds

Field with several distinctive burial mounds from 200-400...
Read more: Art Exhibition at Fjordabui Photo: Bente Øy

Vik i Sogn

Art Exhibition at Fjordabui

Art exhibition: Carpe Diem - Watercolours by Bente Øy Fjordabui groceryshop has re-opened its little café with a series of art exhibitions by local...
Read more: Skredstova - the avalanche house Photo: Karen Weichert

Vik i Sogn

Skredstova - the avalanche house

A small museum about the avalanche that came down at this place in 1811. 45 people died. This is one of Norways worst natural desasters, according to...
Read more: Haldorslifossen Photo: Karen Weichert

Vik i Sogn

Haldorslifossen

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.
Read more: Fresvikbreen Photo: Marianne Bøthun

Vik i Sogn

Fresvikbreen

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.
Read more: Stølsheimen Nature Preserve Photo: Nils Kvamme

Vik i Sogn

Stølsheimen Nature Preserve

Stølsheimen nature preserve was established in 1990 and stretches from the Sognefjord up to high mountain areas at 1200 to 1300 m asl.
Read more: Hopperstad Stave Church Photo: Leif Olav Bjordal

Vik i Sogn

Hopperstad Stave Church

Hopperstad stave church from 1130 is one of the oldest and biggest stave churches in Norway.
Read more: Hove Stone Church Photo: Karen Weichert

Vik i Sogn

Hove Stone Church

Hove Church, dated to the end of the 12th century, is the oldest stone building in the Sogn region and probably one of the oldest in the country.
Read more: Arnafjorden Photo: Karen Weichert

Vik

Arnafjorden

The Arnafjord is a popular destination for day trips and holidays, famous for it's many waterfalls.
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