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Loen Skylift - from fjord to sky in 5 minutes.
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See Fjord Norway from the passenger seat

See the Sognefjord, the Geirangerfjord, Bergen and Ålesund – and now also the new top attraction Loen Skylift – in just one fantastic tour. Without a car.

Loen Skylift
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Loen Skylift.
Photo: Lars Korvald

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Loen Skylift.
Photo: Lars Korvald

Loen Skylift

A spectacular new attraction and adventure arena, at the inner part of the Nordfjord, in the heart of Fjord Norway. A cable car will lift you from the fjord to 1011 m. Here you can enjoy the views of the fjord landscape - from the restaurant table, while hiking in the mountains or while taking part in one of the other activities on offer.

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Hiking at Mt. Hoven - Loen Skylift
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Hiking at Mt. Hoven - Loen Skylift.
Photo: Bård Basberg/Loen Skylift

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Hiking at Mt. Hoven - Loen Skylift.
Photo: Bård Basberg/Loen Skylift

UNESCO fjord bus

The Sognefjord-Geirangerfjord UNESCO Fjord Bus Tour is the ride of a lifetime through the most spectacular fjord regions in Norway, packed with towering peaks, roaring waterfalls, charming villages and idyllic farmland. Hop off the bus for an overnight stay along the route to soak in local atmosphere before riding on. Pressed for time? No problem — take a one-day round trip.

Read more about the UNESCO fjord bus

Geirangerfjorden
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Geirangerfjorden.
Photo: Per Eide/Visitnorway.com

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Geirangerfjorden.
Photo: Per Eide/Visitnorway.com

Geiranger

Snuggled in the inner Geirangerfjord, Geiranger village tempts visitors to linger with a slew of activities, including kayaking, RIB boat trips and fjord cruise safaris. Or, simply relax — fjord-side.

The Geirangerfjord is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, together with the Nærøyfjord, since 2005.

Read more about Geiranger

Bryggen in Bergen
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Bryggen in Bergen.
Photo: Trude Remme /fjordnorway.com

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Bryggen in Bergen.
Photo: Trude Remme /fjordnorway.com

Bergen - the gateway to the fjords

Bergen is Norway´s second largest city, and lies clambering up the mountain sides, overlooking the sea. A city of culture and heritage, home to the UNESCO site Bryggen and the Troldhaugen, home of composer Edvard Grieg.

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Ålesund
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Ålesund.
Photo: © Sverre Hjørnevik / www.fjordnorway.com

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Ålesund.
Photo: © Sverre Hjørnevik / www.fjordnorway.com

Ålesund

Where magnificent architecture meets the fjord landscape — Ålesund has wild Viking ancestry, an abundance of succulent seafood and jaw-dropping vistas.

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Kviknes Hotel, Balestrand
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Kviknes Hotel, Balestrand.
Photo: CH/Visitnorway.com

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Kviknes Hotel, Balestrand.
Photo: CH/Visitnorway.com

Stay at a romantic fjord hotel

The Sognefjord boasts some of the most romantic hotels in Norway, and not least with the best views. Spoil your special someone with a romantic stay at Kviknes Hotel in Balestrand, or Fretheim Hotel in Flåm.

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Alexandra Hotel/ Loenfjord
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Alexandra Hotel/ Loenfjord.
Photo: C H - Visitnorway.com

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Alexandra Hotel/ Loenfjord.
Photo: C H - Visitnorway.com

Hotel Alexandra

Hotel Alexandra is a family-run hotel located in the inner reaches of Nordfjord. It is renowned for its distinctive, personal atmosphere. Centuries-old traditions have been combined with modern hotel operations and an eye for style and comfort.

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Sognefjord in a nutshell & UNESCO Fjord Bus tour

Experience all of the above on the Sognefjord in a Nutshell & UNESCO Fjord Bus Tour.

This package pairs the popular Sognefjord in a nutshell trip with an exciting bus tour to the UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord,
combining visits to some of Norway’s most spectacular destinations with loads of exciting activities
and chances to stay in stunning hotels and locations.

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