Norway’s longest fjord, the Sognefjord, is located in the heart of Norwegian fjord country and extends more than 200 km (120 miles) inland.
The Sognefjord is often called "The King of fjords" and extends 204 km (127 miles) inland, has a maximum depth of 1,308 meters and the mountains surrounding the fjord tower to heights of 2,000 meters. The inner end of the Sognefjord is covered by Jostedalsbreen, the biggest glacier in continental Europe.
This region where the Sognefjord meets the glaciers and Norway’s highest mountains is considered one of the world's most beautiful travel destinations. The glaciers on the top of the mountains, down the steep mountainsides to green farmland and deep fjords will definitely make a lasting impression.
Facts about the Sognefjord:
- Norway’s longest and deepest fjord
- 1,308 m deep
- 204 km long
- The second longest fjord in the world
- One of the world's most beautiful travel destinations
- The inner end of the Sognefjord is covered by Jostedalsbreen
- The Nærøyfjord is an arm of the Sognefjord and is included on Unesco´s World Heritage List