Join us on a bus tour in Geiranger including all the most famous viewpoints in one tour. The triple highlight tour by bus visits the Eagle bend, Flydalsjuvet viewpoint and the top of Mt. Dalsnibba, including the viewing platform Geiranger Skywalk. This is an experience you will never forget!
Mt. Dalsnibba's new viewing platform was officially opened in August 2016. Thanks to its ingenious floor surface and glass guard rail offering unimpeded views, Geiranger Skywalk gives you a sensation of floating – though of course you are perfectly safe! With a clear drop of approx. 500 m beneath your feet, you can enjoy magnificent views of Geiranger and the fjord below, as well as across to the mountains and Blåbreen glacier.
,Type of excursion:, Scenic round trip by bus with photo opportunities
,Duration:, 3 hours, 15 minutes.
,Bus itinerary:, Geiranger - Eaglebend - Flydalsjuvet - Dalsnibba - Geiranger
,Facilities:, WC at Geiranger pier, Dalsnibba and Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, souvenir shop at Mt. Dalsnibba
,Capacity: ,45 bus, 16 mini bus
,Includes:, Bus trip with stops at the famous eagelebend viewpoint and Flydalsjuvet (15 min) and Dalsnibba (15 min) viewpoints, toll road to Mt. Dalsnibba
,Available:, April - october (not daily, but flexible; see online booking page)
,Price 2022:, Adults NOK 580, children (4-15 years) NOK 300
,Tickets:, At the ticket counter located in the Tourist Information office at the pier, or online here. Your online booking confirmation is your boarding ticket. You will need to present this to the crew when boarding. It contains a QR code that will be scanned. Just prior to boarding make sure you have either printed this document or have it on your smart phone screen ready to be scanned. Tips: this may require you to save this confirmation off line for example, as a screen shot/capture in your photo folder. Please meet on the departure point at least 10 minutes before your scheduled departure time.
During pre-season when the road to Dalsnibba is still closed, we drive up to Dypvatten lake and Ørnevegen, the "Eagle Road".