Geiranger, Norway
Departure
English
Language
Easy
Difficulty
0+
Age

Tour Powered by Geiranger Adventure

With our many years of experience, we have learned that Mt. Dalsnibba on many occasions is covered in fog and clouds with almost zero visibility and unhappy passengers. This tour doesn’t climb higher than 1.038 meters above sea level to the charming and beatiful Djupvatn Lake. However, on days when visibility is good, you will be able to see the Dalsnibba Skywalk from the bus. On this excursion you will experience a fantastic bus tour through a landscape of majestic mountains, gorgeous waterfalls and beautiful lakes. One of our experienced guides will give you all the information about Geiranger and the UNESCO World Heritage area. You’ll reach four highlights: Flydalsjuvet (one of Norway’s most photographed viewpoints); the beautiful Djupvatn Lake, the spectacular Eagle Road, and the idyllic Eidsdal Lake in the mountains between Geiranger and the neighbour town of Eidsdal.

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Appearance time 15 minutes prior to departure. Kindly register correct mobile number with country code, so that we can contact you in case you have difficulties finding us.

*Order of sights might vary.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION
Geiranger
MEETING POINT
Next to Joker Grocery store, Maråkvegen 49
DURATION
3,5 hrs
MIN/MAX PERSONS
1/48
Difficulty
Easy
LANGUAGE
English and additional second language offered (German, Spanish, Italian, French) depending on availability
MINIMUM AGE 0
INFANT/CHILD/ADULT PAYMENT
  • Infant: 0-3 (Free)
  • Child: 4-15
  • Adult: 16+

 

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Photo Credits: @dconvertini / flickr

 

1- Departure: Centre of Geiranger

A beautiful small village in Sunnmøre region of Møre og Romsdal county in the western part of Norway. The Geirangerfjord is one of Norway’s most spectacular fjords. Since 2005 the Geirangerfjord area has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

2- Djupvatn Lake

Spectacular mountain lake. It lies at the altitude of 1030 meters above sea level and is at least 90 meters deep. The lake is normally covered with ice, depending on the temperature and on the season, the ice usually melts around mid of June/July.

3- Flydal Gorge

Majestic views overlooking the Geirangerfjord. One of Norway’s most photographed touristic icons. When visiting Geiranger, this is the definitive must-see!

4- Eagle Road

The 11 hairpin bend serpentine road ascends all the way up to the Eagle Bend offering great views of the fjord and photo opportunities of the Seven Sisters Watterfalls.

5- Eidsdal Lake

Driving through the scenic Indreide Valley on the way to the lake. The photo stop at idyllic Eidsdal Lake offers sights of the lake surrounded by high and majestic mountains.

6- Arrival: Centre of Geiranger