Geiranger - A taste of World Heritage
Geiranger is situated in the inner Geirangerfjord which is one of Norway's most visited tourist sites. The Geirangerfjord is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, together with the Nærøyfjord, since 2005.
Geiranger is surrounded by steep mountains on either side of the fjord, which has made it one of the most visited tourist destination in Norway. Along the side of the fjord, there are a number of now abandoned farms and the fjord is also host to several impressive waterfalls.
Activities and sights in Geiranger:
- The waterfalls De Syv Søstre(the seven sisters) and Friaren (the suitor or 'the Wooer')
- The abandoned farms Skageflå, Knivsflå and Blomberg
- Hiking to Vesteråsfjellet or Skageflå
- The view points Flydalsjuvet, Dalsnibba and Ørnesvingen
One of our round trips to the fjords goes by Geiranger:
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