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The Flåm Railway and Café Rallaren

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Enjoy a snack surrounded by the outdoor majesty of the railway’s highest point. Coffee and delicious homemade pancakes await you at Café Rallaren at Myrdal Station. There is where the Flåm Railway and the Bergen Line meet, 866 metres above sea level.

The world's most beautiful train journey

The stunning trip on the Flåm Railway from Flåm deep in the Aurlandsfjord up to the high mountains at Myrdal Station is a unique train journey: the ascent of 866 metres in 20 kilometres represents a gradient of 1 in 18.

The Flåm Railway is one of the steepest standard gauge railways in the world and runs through a number of tunnels as it winds its way up the mountain. The journey up the valley takes about 60 minutes. The train runs slowly and stops at the most spectacular sights.

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The package includes:

  • Return trip on the Flåm Railway, with fixed departures to/from Flåm.
  • Coffee/tea and homemade pancakes

Duration: about 3 hours

Train
Guiding
Restaurant
Cultural/ Historical
Landscape
Photo stop
From NOK 640,-

Round trip – Train and Café

Café Rallaren Myrdal

Café Rallaren is a cozy, family-owned café in the mountains, where you can enjoy a good cup of coffee and a delicious homemade pancake. The café contains many antiques, old pictures and equipment used in the café in the distant past. 

Myrdal at its peak

At its peak, Myrdal had 110 permanent residents. The village had a simple church and the school was built in 1920. The restaurant at Myrdal station opened in 1909 in the same premises now used by Café Rallaren. Today, Myrdal has no permanent residents.

Myrdal history

From ancient times, Myrdal was a mountain farm for the farmers of Flåm Valley. It was off the beaten track and unknown to the outside world. In the late 19th century, when the Bergen Line opened, Myrdal acquired a new significance. From being a forgotten and secluded mountain valley, it became the centre of the country's largest construction project.