The bus trip will take you on a serpentine road up to the “top of Geiranger”, Dalsnibba 1500 m.a.s.l. Along the way, it will also make an extra photo stop at the viewpoint Flydalsjuvet.
The new plateau at Dalsnibba was officially opened in August 2016 and was named Geiranger Skywalk. The ground at Dalsnibba has a grating and glass railings. This means that you can see straight down to the centre of Geiranger, the Geirangerfjord, towards the mountains and the glacier Blåbreen. With a free fall of around 500 metres, you will have the feeling of flying above Geiranger, even though you are of course completely safe.
Breathe in the crisp, fresh mountain air and enjoy the view of the World Heritage site and the Geirangerfjord – enjoy your trip!