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The king of the fjords

Explore 205 kilometres of activities along the world's longest open fjord, from glacier hikes and UNESCO cruises to Viking villages and scenic RIB tours.

Flåm

Perhaps the most famous of our many fjord villages, Flåm is surrounded by steep mountains, thundering waterfalls and narrow valleys. The area is a paradise for those who seek unique and spectacular experiences in nature, all year around.

Flåmsbana - a world renowned railroad

Flåmsbana, known around the globe as one of the most spectacular train rides in the world, was named the world's best train journey by Lonely Planet in 2014.

Fjord cruise/RIB on the UNESCO listed Nærøyfjord

Experience the UNESCO world heritage area of the Nærøyfjord, one of the most beautiful and popular fjords in the world, on a cruise.

Cruise on Nærøyfjord
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Cruise on Nærøyfjord.
Photo: Sverre Hjornevik

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Cruise on Nærøyfjord.
Photo: Sverre Hjornevik

Magic white caves and the ultimate Viking experience

At the end of the Nærøyfjord you will find Gudvangen, an old village that goes back to the Viking era. Private events can be arranged in the new but authentic Viking Village, also in Gudvangen.

Gudvangen, Sognefjord
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Gudvangen, Sognefjord.
Photo: C H - Visitnorway.com

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Gudvangen, Sognefjord.
Photo: C H - Visitnorway.com

Salmon fishing in the footsteps of kings in Lærdal

The Lærdalselvi river has a rich tradition as one of the best salmon rivers in Norway. It is also well-known internationally.

Lærdal by the Sognefjord
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Lærdal, Sognefjord.
Photo: Magnhild Aspevik

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Lærdal, Sognefjord.
Photo: Magnhild Aspevik

Historical hotels and award winning ciderhouse in Balestrand

Balestrand is an idyllic village on the main Sognefjord known for the yearly jazz festival in May.

View on the fjord
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Skjolden Parutsikt.
Photo: Rikke Westvig/Skjolden Hotel

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Skjolden Parutsikt.
Photo: Rikke Westvig/Skjolden Hotel

Go off-piste skiing in deep powder in Sogndal

Sogndal is sure to have you fascinated by the contrasts the region offers.

Norwegian food
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Norwegian food.
Photo: Vegard Byrkjeland Aasen

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Norwegian food.
Photo: Vegard Byrkjeland Aasen

Visit Jostedalsbreen, Europe’s biggest glacier, any time of year

During summer, go for guided hikes on the Nigardsbreen glacier or venture deep into the blue ice caves.

Trip to Nigardsbreen glacier
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Nigardsbreen.
Photo: Sverre Hjornevik

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Nigardsbreen.
Photo: Sverre Hjornevik

Hiking and biking to Europe’s highest waterfall in Utladalen

Årdal is called the "Gateway to Jotunheimen National Park" from the west. It is home to the lush Utladalen valley, with find hiking adventures second to none. Here you will also find the Vettisfossen waterfall, which happens to be the highest fall in Northern Europe.

The Vettisfossen waterfall, Sognefjord
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Vettisfossen, Sognefjord.
Photo: Gabor Igari

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Vettisfossen, Sognefjord.
Photo: Gabor Igari
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