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MOUNT DALSNIBBA & FLYDALS GORGE
Enjoy a high mountain experience with Mount Dalsnibba, one of the highest viewpoints to the surrounding mountains. Experience the rich flora and fauna, ice blue lakes, geology, glaciers and the incredible peak itself. Ending with the incredible views of Geiranger and Geiranger Fjord from Flydals Gorge.



Your private tour starts as soon as you disembark your ship in Geiranger. Your driver for the day will meet and greet you at the pier with your name sign. The pier is tiny, so the driver should be easy to spot.

From Geiranger you start by driving up Geirangervegen (Geiranger Road) with its hairpin bends towards Mount Dalsnibba. The road is an experience in itself, with the beautiful fjord to mountain landscape, passing summer farms and idyllic waterfalls. At 1000m/3200f AMSL you will arrive at Dupvatn Glacier Lake with its ice cold deep blue waters and Djupvasshytta.
 
You continue climbing the winding road called Nibba-vegen another 500 meters/1640 feet to the mountain peak Dalsnibba. The stunning view of the surrounding mountains and the Geiranger Fjord below will stay with you for a lifetime.

When it is time to leave, you return towards Geiranger, and the next stop is the famous Flydalsjuvet (Flydals Gorge). One of Norway’s most photographed viewpoints. From the top of an 80m/260f deep gorge is the famous view back to Geirangerfjord and the cruiseships. Ask your driver how to get “the picture” from the overhanging rock.

From Flydalsjuvet you return to Geiranger.

Please allow 1,5 - 2 hours for this excursion.

Please contact us for a price and include in your request; date and time of your tour, and how many in your party.



Geiranger

Geiranger is the jewel in the crown of the Norwegian fjords. It is a fairytale landscape with its majestic, snow covered mountain tops, wild and beautiful waterfalls, lush green vegetation and the deep, blue fjord.  The history of Geiranger can be traced back to the Viking period. The village was relatively isolated until the mid-1800s, when the tourism industry began to blossom. Today, the tourism industry continues to flourish. Geiranger has a year-round population of about 300 residents—and it welcomes approximately 700,000 visitors each year.

Visit Geiranger Fjordsenter for a fascinating look at the people in our area, past and present. Or, travel to beautiful Herdalssetra—a 300-year-old goat farming community—to learn about life in rural Norway. When it’s time for refreshment, choose from several cafés in Geiranger that serve Norwegian fare. Traditional foods include seafood, root vegetables, berries, cured meats and wild game—including moose, reindeer and duck. You’ll find several souvenir shops conveniently located near the port. Popular souvenirs include woodwork and knitted sweaters in traditional Norwegian patterns.

Geirangerfjord - A World Heritage Site since 2005.    
Situated in south-western Norway, north-east of Bergen, Geirangerfjord, are part of the west Norwegian fjord landscape, which stretches from Stavanger in the south to Andalsnes, 500 km to the north-east. The fjords, among the world’s longest and deepest, are considered as archetypical fjord landscapes and among the most scenically outstanding anywhere. Its exceptional natural beauty is derived from its narrow and steep-sided crystalline rock walls that rise up to 1,400 m from the Norwegian Sea and extend 500 m below sea level. The sheer walls of the fjord have numerous waterfalls while free-flowing rivers cross its deciduous and coniferous forests to glacial lakes, glaciers and rugged mountains. The landscape features a range of supporting natural phenomena, both terrestrial and marine, such as submarine moraines and marine mammals. The fjord is about 300 meters deep.



Djupvasshytta
As a destinations in old times for cruise guests who travelled up the mountain pass with horse and carriage Djupvasshytta has been a tourist attraction for many decades. Today it is much easier to reach the mountain lodge, that serves a restaurant and retreat alongside lake Djupvatnet.

Djupvatn Lake
Just beyond Dalsnibba one can find a magnificent deep blue lake Djupvatn Lake, which is several hundred meters deep. The lake only thaws for a few months during the summer and even in July one can still see plenty of ice floating on the lake.

Dalsnibba – 1500 m.a.s.
Dalsnibba is one of Geiranger’s main attractions and is a very popular mountain top with visitors to the area. From the Dalsnibba plateau there is a breath-taking view across this beautiful World Heritage Site, nestled in the surrounding mountain landscape with Geirangerfjorden right in the middle. A visit to the Dalsnibba summit is really an encounter with the elements! The summit is especially unique because you can really experience the high mountains without having to walk for hours. The weather at the summit is changeable and can range from thick fog to radiant sunshine in the blink of an eye. It is a photographer’s dream to witness these stunning variations and there have naturally been many photos taken of the view from the summit. It is not uncommon to observe thick fog in the lowlands while the sun is shining at the summit.

Flydalsjuvet Gorge
Flydalsjuvet offers an impressive view and is a good spot for photos of Geiranger and of Geirangerfjorden with its many cruise ships. One of the most famous motifs in Norwegian advertising was taken from this point. The ”Fjordsetet” installation, which was unveiled by Queen Sonja in September 2003 as part of the 10th anniversary of the local Fjord Norge AS Company, is located on the lower plateau.



Our drivers speaks fluent English, are experienced, licensed,and have excellent local knowledge. Please do not hesitate to ask him/her about local history, information about the beautiful scenery you are traveling through or anything else that is on your mind. The itinerary is mainly a suggestion and a guideline for your excursion. If you want to make extra photo stops, just let us know. We will aind somewhere safe along the way for those magic photo moments.

All private tours can be “tailor made” to your needs and wants. Even though we try to give you an estimated duration of your private tour, it is just an estimate. Please keep in mind that during the high season many visitors and tourists are joining us on the road to experience this wonderful scenery, so there can be a quite a lot of traffic going to our spectacular view points and attractions.

We do have different vehicles in our limited fleet ranging from smaller 3-4 seat sedans to minibuses. Since all our vehicles are in high demand during the high season and there are often last minute changes, we may not always be able to guarantee a specific vehicle at the time of your private tour.



Our uniformed drivers will meet and greet you with your name sign at the pier right after you disembark your tender or the Sea Walk (gangway) at the confirmed meeting time, if no alternative arrangements are made. The  pier and the center of Geiranger is quite small, so don’t worry if you are unable to find our driver, our vehicles in Geiranger are lined up next to Geiranger Skysstasjon Café, about 50 meters/165 feet away from the passenger pier and just above the Tourist Information. (Please do not hesitate to inquire about our “missing” driver to the friendly staff in Geiranger Skysstasjon Café or call us at +47 40003741).

Please note that in high season, when demand is high, we might not be available or may need to change the confirmed start time of your private tour. We are in control of many things, but unfortunately never the weather but our drivers will always be able to suggest alternatives,  if there are unexpected problems.  But essentially Geiranger, the fjord and the surrounding areas are all about the spectacular, wild and majestic nature, and sometimes the rough weather can be an attraction in itself.


 

Geiranger
Geiranger is the jewel in the crown of the Norwegian fjords. It is a fairytale landscape with its majestic, snow covered mountain tops, wild and beautiful waterfalls, lush green vegetation and the deep, blue fjord.  The history of Geiranger can be traced back to the Viking period. The village was relatively isolated until the mid-1800s, when the tourism industry began to blossom. Today, the tourism industry continues to flourish. Geiranger has a year-round population of about 300 residents—and it welcomes approximately 700,000 visitors each year.

Visit Geiranger Fjordsenter for a fascinating look at the people in our area, past and present. Or, travel to beautiful Herdalssetra—a 300-year-old goat farming community—to learn about life in rural Norway. When it’s time for refreshment, choose from several cafés in Geiranger that serve Norwegian fare. Traditional foods include seafood, root vegetables, berries, cured meats and wild game—including moose, reindeer and duck. You’ll find several souvenir shops conveniently located near the port. Popular souvenirs include woodwork and knitted sweaters in traditional Norwegian patterns.

Geirangerfjord - A World Heritage Site since 2005.    
Situated in south-western Norway, north-east of Bergen, Geirangerfjord, are part of the west Norwegian fjord landscape, which stretches from Stavanger in the south to Andalsnes, 500 km to the north-east. The fjords, among the world’s longest and deepest, are considered as archetypical fjord landscapes and among the most scenically outstanding anywhere. Its exceptional natural beauty is derived from its narrow and steep-sided crystalline rock walls that rise up to 1,400 m from the Norwegian Sea and extend 500 m below sea level. The sheer walls of the fjord have numerous waterfalls while free-flowing rivers cross its deciduous and coniferous forests to glacial lakes, glaciers and rugged mountains. The landscape features a range of supporting natural phenomena, both terrestrial and marine, such as submarine moraines and marine mammals. The fjord is about 300 meters deep.

Djupvasshytta
As a destinations in old times for cruise guests who travelled up the mountain pass with horse and carriage Djupvasshytta has been a tourist attraction for many decades. Today it is much easier to reach the mountain lodge, that serves a restaurant and retreat alongside lake Djupvatnet.

Djupvatn Lake
Just beyond Dalsnibba one can find a magnificent deep blue lake Djupvatn Lake, which is several hundred meters deep. The lake only thaws for a few months during the summer and even in July one can still see plenty of ice floating on the lake.

Dalsnibba – 1500 m.a.s.
Dalsnibba is one of Geiranger’s main attractions and is a very popular mountain top with visitors to the area. From the Dalsnibba plateau there is a breath-taking view across this beautiful World Heritage Site, nestled in the surrounding mountain landscape with Geirangerfjorden right in the middle. A visit to the Dalsnibba summit is really an encounter with the elements! The summit is especially unique because you can really experience the high mountains without having to walk for hours. The weather at the summit is changeable and can range from thick fog to radiant sunshine in the blink of an eye. It is a photographer’s dream to witness these stunning variations and there have naturally been many photos taken of the view from the summit. It is not uncommon to observe thick fog in the lowlands while the sun is shining at the summit.

Flydalsjuvet Gorge
Flydalsjuvet offers an impressive view and is a good spot for photos of Geiranger and of Geirangerfjorden with its many cruise ships. One of the most famous motifs in Norwegian advertising was taken from this point. The ”Fjordsetet” installation, which was unveiled by Queen Sonja in September 2003 as part of the 10th anniversary of the local Fjord Norge AS Company, is located on the lower plateau.


Our drivers speaks fluent English, are experienced, licensed,and have excellent local knowledge. Please do not hesitate to ask him/her about local history, information about the beautiful scenery you are traveling through or anything else that is on your mind. The itinerary is mainly a suggestion and a guideline for your excursion. If you want to make extra photo stops, just let us know. We will aind somewhere safe along the way for those magic photo moments.

All private tours can be “tailor made” to your needs and wants. Even though we try to give you an estimated duration of your private tour, it is just an estimate. Please keep in mind that during the high season many visitors and tourists are joining us on the road to experience this wonderful scenery, so there can be a quite a lot of traffic going to our spectacular view points and attractions.

We do have different vehicles in our limited fleet ranging from smaller 3-4 seat sedans to minibuses. Since all our vehicles are in high demand during the high season and there are often last minute changes, we may not always be able to guarantee a specific vehicle at the time of your private tour.

Our uniformed drivers will meet and greet you with your name sign at the pier right after you disembark your tender or the Sea Walk (gangway) at the confirmed meeting time, if no alternative arrangements are made. The  pier and the center of Geiranger is quite small, so don’t worry if you are unable to find our driver, our vehicles in Geiranger are lined up next to Geiranger Skysstasjon Café, about 50 meters/165 feet away from the passenger pier and just above the Tourist Information. (Please do not hesitate to inquire about our “missing” driver to the friendly staff in Geiranger Skysstasjon Café or call us at +47 40003741).

Please note that in high season, when demand is high, we might not be available or may need to change the confirmed start time of your private tour. We are in control of many things, but unfortunately never the weather but our drivers will always be able to suggest alternatives,  if there are unexpected problems.  But essentially Geiranger, the fjord and the surrounding areas are all about the spectacular, wild and majestic nature, and sometimes the rough weather can be an attraction in itself.


 

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