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Fjord Norway Møre og Romsdal RAUMA

Travel with the Rauma Railway to Åndalsnes

  • Jernbanegt. 1, Rauma
  • +47 61252200
  •  /  km From You

Appriciate the environment and the good experiences by choosing train travels. Use the Rauma railway for your journey between Åndalsnes, Dombås, Trondheim and Oslo.

A trip on the Rauma railway is a unique opportunity to experience one of the most spectacular scenic areas in Norway. The railway stretches between Åndalsnes and Dombås, with daily departures throughout the year. The Rauma railway can easily be combined with a journey on the Dovre line that runs between Oslo and Trondheim. When staying in Møre & Romsdal, a shorter train ride from Åndalsnes to Bjorli is a magic expereince, traveling from the fjord to mountain through scenic Romsdalen.

Stations on the Rauma railway

Åndalsnes - Bjorli - Lesjaverk - Lesja - Dombås

Attractions along the Rauma Line

At Bjorli station you can walk for 1 km to visit the climbing park Høyt & Lavt Bjorli. This is fun for the entire family. A perfect day-tour where you can combine the sightseeing on the Rauma Line with climbing fun in Bjorli.

At Lesja station you can visit the Lesja Open Air Museum and Lesja Church. This is a uniqe chance to see old Norwegian culture and living for centuries, and you also learn more about the National Park of Reinheimen. Open during summer.


Practical information

All the trains that run on Rauma Railway are modern and comfortable, with airconditioning to make your journey as pleasant as possible. The train also contain a toilet, a wheelchair elevator.

Duration: 1 hour and 40 minutes
Distance: 114 km
Altitude: 655 metres
Tunnels: 6, amongst them the 1340 metres long horse shoe tunnel of Stavem
Bridges: 32



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