Geirangerfjord

Veøy in the UNESCO Geirangerfjord

The Geirangerfjord is a 15-kilometre-long branch of Storfjord, and is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List jointly with Nærøyfjord. The fjord is one of Norway's most popular visitor attractions and offers a spectacular introduction to this iconic Norwegian geographical feature. 

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Experience the Seven Sisters, the Suitor, and the Bridal Veil falls

The fjord offers archetypal scenery, encircled by high mountains, where abandoned farms cling to the hillsides. The trip between Geiranger and Hellesylt takes in the Knivsflå waterfalls, known as the Seven Sisters and Friaren (the Suitor). You will also sail close to the Brudesløret (Bridal Veil) falls.

Along the Geirangerfjord, you will experience the very best of Norwegian nature, close up. Beautiful, pristine scenery and an abundance of wildlife - in a place that seems all but uninhabitable.

Frequently asked questions

[Geiranger] Are there any bus connections from Flåm to Hellesylt?

Yes, but there are no buses that are going directly from Flåm to Hellesylt. You can check the bus schedules here

[Geiranger] Are there parking places next to the pier in Geiranger and Hellesylt?

There are free parking places in both Geiranger and Hellesylt.

[Geiranger] How do I find the ferry in Geiranger and Hellesylt?

There is only one harbour for both routes. Depending on the depature time, you will be travelling either on the Veøy or on the Bolsøy ferries.

[Geiranger] When does the mountain road between Langevatnet to Geiranger open?

The opening dates depend on the amount of snow in the mountains. For exact opening dates please check the traffic messages on this website.  The road is normally closed from October until May.

[Geiranger] Is Trollstigen National Tourist Road open all year round?

The Trollstigen Mountain Road is normally closed from October to May. For exact opening dates please check the traffic messages here 

See also

Fjord Cruise Geirangerfjord

Fjord Cruise Geirangerfjord

The Geirangerfjord is a 15-kilometre-long branch of Storfjord, and is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List jointly with Nærøyfjord. The fjord is one of Norway's most popular visitor attractions and offers a spectacula...

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