The Flam railway has been named one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world and is one of the leading tourist attractions in Norway.
Flamsbana is a spectacular train journey that offers a panoramic view of some of the wildest and most magnificent nature in the Norwegian fjord landscape.
Flamsbana is one of the steepest trainlines in the world on normal tracks, where almost 80% of the journey has a gradient of 5.5%
The train journey runs through fantastic nature, past the Rallar road, steep mountains, breathtaking waterfalls, through 20 tunnels and offers so many viewpoints that many feel like travelling multiple times between the mountain and the fjord. In the span of a single hour, the train takes you from the ocean level at the Sognefjord in Flam, to the mountaintop at Myrdal mountain station on Hardangervidda, 863 meters over the ocean.
Myrdal is also a station on the Bergen railway, which means that Flamsbana corresponds with the trains on the Oslo - Bergen line. For more information and booking about connecting trains from Myrdal, please visit NSB website www.nsb.no
National Geographic Traveler Magazine has named the Flam Railway as one of the top 10 train journeys in Europe and Lonely Planet named it the best train journey in the world in 2014.
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Please see here for a complete price list for Flamsbana.
Please see a complete timetable for the Flam railway here.
Yes, you can buy tickets on the train station in Flam or using our online booking. Tickets for people traveling in correspondence with the Bergen railway have to purchase their tickets via www.nsb.no or NSB customer service. The telephone for the NSB customer service hotline is 0047 815 00 888
Myrdal is a small mountain station with a cafe and souvenir shop in the station during the summer, as well as the possibility of accommodation at Myrdal Fjellstove (Myrdal Mountain Lodge).
Yes, we recommend taking the same train back to Flam, as it is the train journey that is the main attraction not the stay in Myrdal.