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Norsk Tindesenter in the harbour of Åndalsnes in Northwest, Fjord Norway
The Norwegian mountaineering centre in Åndalsnes.
Photo: Oddgeir Visnes / Møre og Romsdal Reiseliv
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With majestic mountains towering over deep valleys and green rivers, Åndalsnes is home to gems like Trollveggen, the Romsdalseggen ridge, and the Norwegian Scenic Route Geiranger-Trollstigen.

Famed for its high peaks and long mountaineering history, the city of Åndalsnes in the northern part of Fjord Norway is often called the alpine village by the fjord. The area has many peaks well suited for beginners, as well as more challenging routes for experienced hikers and climbers. In winter, swap your hiking boots for skis!

For a different perspective of the landscape, balance along the Romsdalsstigen via ferrata. Or hike a trail partly built by Nepalese Sherpas, that lead to the Rampestreken viewpoint.

The scenery makes for memorable road trips and train rides as well. Feel thrilling nerves as you drive (or bike) the 11 hairpin bends of Trollstigen. Or jump on the Rauma Line, named Europe’s most beautiful railway journey by Lonely Planet.

Get in-depth travel information on Åndalsnes’ official website.

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Top attractions in Åndalsnes

Historical sites and cultural gems – explore some of the highlights.

Popular hikes

Check out some of the best and most scenic hikes in Åndalsnes.

Where to stay

From comfy hotels to cosy cabins. Find your home away from home in Åndalsnes.

Food and drink

From local food gems to high-end restaurants. Get a taste of what Åndalsnes offers.

Getting to Åndalsnes

Get in-depth travel information on Åndalsnes’ official website.
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Top attractions in Åndalsnes
Trollstigen, the road 63, is a part of the Norwegian Scenic Route; Geiranger - Trollstigen. Driving Trollstigen is a dramatic and exciting experience.… Read more
National Tourist Route Trollstigen
A trip on Rauma Railway is a unique opportunity to experience one of the most spectacular scenic areas in Norway. Rauma Railway goes between… Read more
Rauma Railway: Dombås-Åndalsnes
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… Read more
Trollveggen and Romsdalen valley
Via Ferrata climbing offers a spectacular and safe way of experiencing Romsdalen from above. Using a network of steel cables, ladders and aids, now… Read more
Romsdalsstigen Via Ferrata West wall (5-6 hours)
We will guide you with our electric bikes up the Scenic Route Trollstigen, one of  Norway's most famous tourist icons! Norwegian Scenic Route… Read more
Trollstigen - Electric bike tour
Cross the wild Rauma river waterfalls on ziplines and in the spectacular climbing nets. Feel the adrenaline pump when callenging yourself at Ville… Read more
Ville Verma Height Park
Do you love touring and skiing, but not to familiar in the Romsdal-mountains? Don`t worry! We bring you proffesional guides thats waiting for … Read more
Ski Touring in Romsdalen
We offer a fantastic paddle experience on Istra or Rauma river. This is an activity that suits most people with a normal physical health. The… Read more
Stand Up Paddle on the Istra River
Travel like the locals! Roundtrip by bus from Åndalsnes to Molde, the Bergtatt marble caves and the Atlantic Road. Buy your… Read more
Mystic marble caves, the Atlantic road & Molde
Travel like the locals! Roundtrip by bus from Åndalsnes to the Atlantic Road. Buy your tickets here. Åndalsnes - Molde… Read more
Round trip to Molde & the Atlantic Road
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Breathtaking surroundings with fjords, mountains and long, white beaches. Stavanger and Sandnes also boasts an impressive assortment of museums and… Read more
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You could go hiking or skiing, admire Ålesund's unique Art Nouveau architecture, explore the fjords – or just kick back and enjoy the… Read more
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Discover Åndalsnes, famed for the Romsdalseggen ridge, Trollstigen, and the Rauma Line, Europe’s most beautiful train journey. Read more
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    • Åndalsnes train

      By train

      The scenic Rauma Line between Dombås and Åndalsnes has several daily connections with the Dovre Line between Oslo and Trondheim.

    • Åndalsnes road

      By road

      There are daily express buses to Åndalsnes from Trondheim and Bergen.

      Local buses connect Åndalsnes and Sunndalsøra with Molde, Ålesund, Geiranger, and other places in the area. You can also see The Atlantic Road and Trollstigen by bus.

      If you are travelling from Oslo by car, you can follow the E6 northwards and then turn west on the E136 to Åndalsnes.

      From Trondheim or Ålesund, follow the E39.

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    • Åndalsnes plane

      By plane

      The nearest airport is Molde Airport, 1.5 hours from Åndalsnes. The airport has regular departures to Oslo, Bergen, and Trondheim.

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