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Old wooden houses with grass on the roof at a fjord bank in Jølster
Astruptunet, Jølster.
Photo: Espen Mills
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Waterfall country

The Sunnfjord area is a mix of active holiday in diverse and unspoilt nature, attractions like a viewing point of unseen architecture, and compact urban charm.

Haugabreen
Glacier walking at Haugabreen.
Photo: BreogFjell
Hafstadfjellet
Førdefestivalen at Hafstadfjellet.
Photo: Førdefestivalen
Laukelandsfossen, Gaular
Laukelandsfossen waterfall in Gaular.
Photo: Monica Johansen
Jølster
Rafting in Jølstra.
Photo: Terje Rakke
Gaularfjellet
Viewpoint Gaularfjellet.
Photo: Trine Kanter Zerwekh / Statens vegvesen
Jølster
Cross-country skiing in Sunnfjord.
Photo: Øyvind Gjesdal
Gaularfjellet
Hestad chapell, National Tourist Route Gaularfjellet.
Photo: Marit Hjortung
Jølster
Goat with a view.
Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik

Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information on Sunnfjord’s official website.

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Seasons and climate

Førde

Førde.
Photo: Julie Aamot

The coastal climate of the Sunnfjord area makes the winters mild and the summers relatively cool.

January and February are the coldest months, with an average temperature of 1°C. Note that the winter temperatures can drop to around -10°C. Some of the roads in the area are closed during the winter months, including the National Tourist Routes.

June and July are warmest with an average temperature of 13°C, but with temperatures up to 25°C on sunny days.

The weather can change quickly in the mountain areas, so read up on safety in the mountains.

Get the latest weather forecast on yr.no.

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