The nature in the Fjell & Fjord region is abundant and varied - from lush valleys via high mountains and open mountain plains to the beautiful western Norwegian fjords.
Nature welcomes you to both active and relaxing experiences. Enjoy the view and beautiful surroundings. Or take part in nature by hiking, cycling, participating in water sports and all the other outdoor activities. The Fjell & Fjord region provides opportunities that are otherwise only to be dreamed of!
Gardnos meteorite crater Gardnos meteorite crater was formed about 650 million years ago by the impact of a high-speed meteorite with a diameter of 200-300 m. The violent collision created a crater about 5 km wide.
Hardangervidda Hardangervidda is Northern Europe's largest high mountain plateau. You'll see extended plains in the east and more of an alpine character in the west. Hardangerjøkulen is one of Norway's largest glaciers, and Hårteigen is visible from most of the plateaus open landscape.
Hardangerjøkulen Hardangerjøkulen (1860 masl) lies like a snow-covered dome between Finse (1222 masl) to the north and Hardangervidda in the south.
Skarvheimen Skarvheimen offers Aurlandsdalen, the Navvies' Road (Rallarvegen), Reineskarvet, the Hemsedal Mountains and Hallingskarvet. The eastern part of southern Norway meets western Norway at Skarvheimen in a beautiful mountain landscape.
National Park of Hallingskarvet More than 300 million years ago, long before the last ice age, a massive mountain ridge was shoved up over the plain. Today, Hallingskarvet stands as a comfortable landmark and separates Hardangervidda and Skarvheimen.
Aurlandsdalen The well-known valley Aurlandsdalen, was once one of the main routes between the eastern and western parts of Norway.
Nærøyfjord - World Heritage List The wildest and most beautiful branch of the Sognefjord. The Nærøyfjord is 17 km long and the narrowest point is only 250 m wide.
Aurlandsvegen - Mountain road The mountainroad between Aurland and Lærdal (Fv243 Aurlandsvegen) is open from 1 June to approx. 15 October. From Aurland to the viewpoint Bjørgo, the road is open all year.
Waterfalls in Hardanger Norway is internationally renowned for its waterfalls, and you will find the most popular ones in Hardanger. Dive deep into the adventure at Vøringfossen, Låtefossen and Steinsdalsfossen.
Hardangerfjord Hardangerfjord, Norway's second longest fjord, is surrounded by steeply sloped mountains, lush communities and majestic waterfalls.
Folgefonna A surfaced road of 19 kms (Toll road NOK 50) leads from the ferry quay to the glacier edge of Norway's 3rd largest glacier.
Hardangervidda is Northern Europe's largest mountain plateau and Norway's largest national park. Eidfjord, Ullensvang and Odda are the main gateways to this unique mountain area. A network of marked p...
Bergsjøområdet in Ål in Hallingdal is the gate to Skarvheimen and are viewed by many as one of Norways most magnificent outdoor areas. You have panoramic view to Reineskarvet, Hallingskarvet and the m...
Rjukandefossen waterfall An impressive and powerful double waterfall dropping 18 meters down a narrow ravine. Near the waterfall there are several pothole formations and a thrilling rope bridge. The w...
Enjoy the spectacular and most famous waterfall in Norway, with a free fall of 145m, and a total fall of 182m. A great view from the Fossli Hotel and the Vøringfoss cafeteria & souvenir. Located next ...
Wild bears roamed the Vassfaret district up until 1972. The Bear Park has recreated Vassfaret, where animals and buildings can be seen in their natural element. A unique chance to see bears, elks, dee...