Hike in a UNESCO World Heritage Site
One of Norway’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Geirangerfjord is a peaceful location of incredible natural beauty. Boasting a majestic fjord, cascading waterfalls, lush green vegetation, and snow-topped mountains, this region is a nature lover’s dream! Apart from admiring the breathtaking landscape and breathing the freshest air you can find(!), Geirangerfjord offers many exhilarating activities such as hiking, fishing, kayaking, and rafting. Trollstigen mountain road is an absolute “must see” attraction, and an alternative route for getting to the Geirangerfjord area. The road, opened in 1936, winds dangerously up the side of a mountain and passes stunning waterfalls and breathtaking scenery. The locals, largely healthy people who live off a diet of fresh ingredients from the region, take incredible pride in their home and there is a large focus on preserving the nature, culture, and magic of this special region (luckily for us tourists)!