UNESCO sites, world famous hiking trips and the world’s most significant road trip: Fjord Norway can offer all this and much more.
For the adventurous traveller you can challenge yourself in the spectacular nature of the West of Norway. Maybe we can tempt you to opt for a hiking trip to the Pulpit Rock
, climbing the Troll Wall or sit or stand at the tip of the Troll's Tongue
The UNESCO World Heritage sites Nærøyfjorden and Geirangerfjorden
are perfect examples of what a fjord actually is. Jump into a kayak and get close to untouched nature, go sightseeing on a fjord cruise or take a road trip along the fjords.
Learn more about the past of this area by taking a tour to the abandoned farms in the steep mountainsides, taste local food, visit the UNESCO site Bryggen in Bergen
(The Hanseatic neighbourhood) and visit the home of composer Edvard Grieg.
Travel by sea, road or rail and either way, you will learn and witness the unique places to visit and roads to travel. Trollstigen
, the most visited tourist road in Norway, is a spectacular sight, while the Atlantic Road
gets you close to the sea. Both are easily accessible from either Ålesund