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Åndalsnes

Trollveggen wall and The Romsdalen valley

The Romsdalen valley is long and narrow with majestic towering mountains on either side. Along the valley floor in a wild and beautiful setting runs t...

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

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...

Isfjorden

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...

Verma

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...

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...

Veblungsnes

Grytten church

Situated 1,5 kilometres outside Åndalsnes. First built in Grytten in 1732, moved to, and rebuilt in Veblungsnes in 1829.Open in July, daily from 4pm -...

Eidsbygda

Rødven Stave Church

The history of this church dates back to the 13th century, and a crucifix from that period is among the oldest furnishings. A new chancel and sacristy...

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

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...
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