Geirangerfjord

Geirangerfjord

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Brudesløret

Brudesløret

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Dalsnibba

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  1. Add Knuten to your Itinerary

    Knuten

    Address

    6216 Geiranger

    This specially marked road section, which has been named Knuten – the Knot – is still the same as when it was opened in 1882. It was constructed in connection with the work done on Geirangervegen to win height and navigate difficulties in the…

  2. Add Trollstigen- The Troll`s Road to your Itinerary

    Trollstigen- The Troll`s Road

    Address

    6210 Valldal

    Trollstigen – The Troll’s road – is an impressive piece of road building where the road snakes and climbs its way up and up along steep mountainsides. Every bend has its own name, most of them named for one of the foremen that led the construction…

  3. Add Muldal-Muldalsfossen to your Itinerary

    Muldal-Muldalsfossen

    Address

    6213 Tafjord

    Muldalsfossen – The Muldal Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in the Kingdom, with its free fall of almost 200 metres. However, since the hydro-electric development at the end of the 1950’s, the volume of water in the falls is considerably…

  4. Add Stranda Church to your Itinerary

    Stranda Church

    Address

    6201 Stranda

    Stranda Church was constructed in wood in 1838, and seats approximately 260. The architect was Rolfsen, and the church was built by Gert Gjert from Nordfjordeid.

    There has been a church at Stranda for many centuries, first at Opsvik in the 11th…

  5. Add Sunnylven Church to your Itinerary

    Sunnylven Church

    Address

    6218 Hellesylt

    Sunnylven is a tall, airy and roomy church seating up to 270. Built in 1858 and consecrated by Bishop Kaurin on 7th August 1859.

    Sunnylven is one of several churches built within a short period of time with the same architect, Captain Rolfsen…

  6. Add Liabygda Church to your Itinerary

    Liabygda Church

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    Liabygda
    6201 Stranda

    Liabygda Church is a wooden, single-nave church, constructed in 1917, seating 150. The architect was Henry Bucher, Oslo, and the builder was Tore Overå.

    Student of Theology Lars Lied was actively engaged in decorating the church, with…

  7. Add Geiranger Church to your Itinerary

    Geiranger Church

    Address

    6216 Geiranger

    Geiranger Church is an octagonal church built in 1842 in timber, seating 120. The architect was Hans Klipe.

    It’s thought that there has been a church in Geiranger from about 1450. A church was first mentioned in Tjondhjems Reformats from 1589.…

  8. Add Sylte church to your Itinerary

    Sylte church

    Address

    6210 Valldal

    Sylte church in Valldal was built in 1863 and is a large longhouse-style church with 600 seats. The architect was Nils Andersen Liaaen from Ålesund, and the master builder was Gjert Lien from Nordfjordeid. The church has a great number of…

  9. Add Gudbrandsjuvet to your Itinerary

    Gudbrandsjuvet

    Address

    6210 Valldal

    Gudbrandsjuvet is a 5 metres narrow and 20–25 metres high ravine through which the Valldøla River forces itself. The ravine is easily accessible from main road route 63 between Valldal and Trollstigen. The waters have formed a complex of deep…

  10. Add Norddal church to your Itinerary

    Norddal church

    Address

    6214 Norddal

    Norddal church was built in 1782 and is the first octagonal church to be built in Sunnmøre. The church was constructed on the same site on which the old stave church once stood. This church was built in Valldal and moved to Norddal in the 1620s.…

Destinasjon Geirangerfjord

Geirangervegen 2

6216 Geiranger

Norway

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