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TOURIST FERRIES

Tourist ferries between Gudvangen and Flåm and Gudvangen – Kaupanger: This is an opportunity to experience the incredible Nærøyfjord which is one of two fjords in Norway in the UNESCO world heritage list. Information and schedules can be found at www.visitflam.com

During the ferry trip between Gudvangen and Flåm there are many things to experience. Ca 5 kilometers form Gudvangen is a small place called Bakka. In this place there is a small church and a few farms with the mountain Bakkanosi in the background. On the other side of the fjord you can see Holmo where Viking graves have been found. Further out the in fjord we arrive at Styvi. Here in Styvi you will find the smallest working post office in Norway. The postal number is 5748 STYVI. In Styvi, you will also find a farm museum well worth visiting. More information about the museum you can find at www.fjords.com

KAYAKING IN GUDVANGEN

Kayaking tours take you through the most spectacular parts of the famous Nærøyfjord in the UNESCO World Heritage Area, including the narrower, remote branches, accessible by boats or kayaks only. You can experience the most beautiful and dramatic scenery in all of Fjord Norway. For more information about kayaking you can find at www.nordicventures.com

HIKING IN THE MOUNTAINS

Gudvangen is a good starting point for several mountain hikes, and in some places you can get all the way to the mountain edge and see straight down the fjord from an altitude of approximately 1000 meters. From Bakka (5 km from Gudvangen) there is a path going up in the steep mountain called Rimstigen. This path is very steep and with normal speed you use ca 2 hours to the top. At the top there is an amazing view down to the fjord below. Also you can walk the paths along the fjord and up the river.

SUP NORWAY

Stand up paddle fjord expeditions. Unique and exclusive adventures in the most magnificent nature Norway has to offer.
The best equipment, the most experienced guides in the most beautiful UNESCO protected area in the world.
More information about Sup Norway you can find at www.supnorway.com