Things to see and do - Geiranger
Geiranger Travel guide
Geiranger : Michelin's recommendations
This modest mountain village set in spectacular scenery is one of Norway’s best known destinations. Nestled at one end of Geirangerfjord, surrounded by high mountains and waterfalls cascading into the fjord, it has preserved its rustic atmosphere, including a small wooden church that has not changed for 150 years. Accessible by boat, the village has a waterfront campsite, hotels and other accommodation, all in harmony with nature. The surrounding area offers numerous hiking opportunities.
Tourist attractions Geiranger : Things to see and do
The best way to enjoy the full splendour of this fjord set in a mountainous landscape of sheer rock faces and snow-capped summits is by boat. Every day from May to September, a ferry makes the 70min crossing between Hellesylt and Geiranger, but bette..
The road between Geiranger and Eidsdal is known as Ørneveien (Eagle Road). The last turn is a hairpin bend known as Ørnesvingen (Eagle Bend) and offers an extraordinary view over the Geirangerfjord. Beyond a wooden gate, a steep path leads you to the..
The road from Geiranger to Dalsnibba (1 476 m) winds through a vertiginous valley affording impressive views. From Flydalsjuvet there is a spectacular view of the Flydal gorge, village and fjord. After Lake Djupvatnet, at Djupvasshytta (1 038m), the ..
P.O Box 4 N - 6216 Geiranger
This hotel features panoramic views of the UNESCO-listed Geiranger Fjord. It offers free Wi-Fi internet and free private parking. All rooms have a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV. Hotell Geiranger’s history dates back to the 1860s. Some rooms ..