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The Seven Sisters , Geiranger
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Rising high above the coastline, The Seven Sisters showcases seven separate streams of water, all of which descend into a fjord. Legend says
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World heritage site · Water Body
Geiranger Fjord , Geiranger
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Part of Norway's network of glacial inlets and mountainous crevasses, Geiranger Fjord represents one of the country's most popular sights on
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Lookout
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With expansive views of glaciers, valleys, the Geiranger Fjord, and snow-capped peaks year-round, Geiranger Skywalk - Dalsnibba is a popular
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Are you planning to visit Geiranger and UNESCO's Geirangerfjord? In that case you don’t want to miss out on this excursion. Enjoy the most spectacular views over this picturesque village and majestic fjord from different angles, including the rock of Flydalsjuvet. Do you want to experience the feeling of being on top of the world? Join everyone at the top of Mount Dalsnibba! Next up is a visit to Djupvatnet, a beautiful lake which lies approximately 1000 meters above sea level. Last but not least you get to tackle the steep inclines and hairpin bends of the Eagle Road, and admire spectacular views of the Geirangerfjord and Seven Sisters Waterfall.
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Scenic Walking Area
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Nestled between thunderous waterfalls and high cliffs alongside a small glacial lake, Briksdal Glacier (Briksdalbreen) represents an easily r
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Kayaking / Canoeing
Kayaking & Canoeing , Geiranger
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Geiranger

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Bodies of Water · Lookouts · Waterfalls
Surrounded by pristine nature, the scenic village of Geiranger serves as a gateway to some of Norway's most famous landscapes. Even though only a handful of residents live here permanently, the hundreds of thousands of tourists that visit the region every year make it a hub of activity, especially during the summer. It’s one of the country’s busiest ports for the cruise ships that take visitors on fjord tours. Hop on one of these to admire the scenery and have a great view of the numerous waterfalls cascading down the fjord cliffs. You can also hike around the area, go on a guided tour, and rent a boat or a bike. A selection of cultural venues, such as museums, galleries, and preserved historical structures, give you a sense of traditional living among the fjords. Use our Norway trip site to arrange the details of your trip to Geiranger and other destinations.

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Where to stay in Geiranger

Geiranger offers minimal options for accommodations due to its protected status. Though some high-budget hotels are available near the fjord, a more budget-friendly option of a campsite may be more rewarding if you go there to appreciate nature. Opt for a hut, cabin, or use your own means to wake up to postcard-perfect views of the fjord.
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