Sourrounded by majestic mountains, foaming waterfalls and lush nature, Geiranger is situated at the inner part of the wellknown UNESCO World Heritage Site Geirangerfjorden. This place is boosted with adventurous activities to join, find your inspiration here.
It is not without reason that Geiranger is a preferred place for Instagram enthusiasts. Going up to Flydalsjuvet and Dalsnibba, with panorama view towards Geiranger can take the breath away from even the most experienced globetrotter. Feel free to rent an electric car or bicycle when exploring the surrounding areas of Geiranger, and at the same time preserve the nature around the World Heritage Site.
You haven`t seen Geiranger before you have been out on the fjord. A tour on the fjord offers a variety of impressive waterfalls and mighty mountains. If you look up at the mountain sides you will see small mountain farms clinging onto the cliffs, a place where it is hard to believe that someone would even think of living. You can choose from several different fjord sightseeing trips and fast-paced rib boat trips. If you want to be even closer to the fjord, kayaking is an ideal way to soak up all the impressions.
A bit further from Geiranger you will find Valldal, where you may join a wet and fast-paced rafting trip down the foaming Valldøl river. Another adventurous and maybe even more spectacular activity to try, would be canyoning in Gudbrandsjuvet. On this trip you experience an exciting and challenging trail as it involves rappelling, tight ropes, cliff jumping into the river, via-Ferrata climbing, a zip line, and swimming
Among the impressions to bring home with you, there are not only the great experiences of the nature. You should grant yourself a comfortable overnight stay at the historical Hotel Union and enjoy the evening with some Spa and relaxation. How about a bath in the outdoor pool where you find peace of mind while you enjoy the view of the most beautiful and wild fjord landscape?
Check out our UNESCO Geirangerfjord in a Nutshell™ tour to experience Geiranger!