Geiranger – Mount Dalsnibba and Eagle Road
Get at taste of what the Geiranger area has to offer and experience our three most popular attractions - See the Geiranger fjord from the panoramic view point of Eagles bend and Flydalsjuvet (Flydals Gorge), and the wild mountains from the peak of Mount Dalsnibba.
- Mount Dalsnibba toll fee
- Guided tour
- Wear comfortable shoes
- Warm, windproof clothing according to weather conditions
Thanks to their outstanding beauty, both the village of Geiranger and the valley are among the most popular holiday resorts in Norway. The route to Mount Dalsnibba will take you up the Oplenske Valley, travelling along the beautiful mountain roads and through idyllic farmland to reach Djupvatn. The first photo stop will be at Flydalsjuvet, a spectacular viewpoint that offers impressive views of Geiranger and Geirangerfjorden.
If you have ever seen a photo from Norway, chances are it has been taken here. Flydalsjuvet is one of the most popular places to take travel photos in Norway.
You will then begin your ascent to the top of Mount Dalsnibba, which at 1,500 metres above sea level and affords spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Have your camera ready to capture the amazing mountainscapes, glaciers and lakes on film and create memories for posterity. There will be time for a short stop at Djupvatn mountain lodge which has a small gift shop.
Back in Geiranger we drive to the Eagle Road with another fantastic viewpoint on the top before our tour ends by the pier.