Fretheim Fjordhytter

Address: Flåm, Hordaland, Western Fjords, N-5743, Norway | Campground
 
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    Travel Blogs from Flåm

    Flam and Myrdal

    A travel blog entry by suetrevsal on Jul 26, 2013

    15 photos

    At 7.30am we boarded the 'Njord" our express boat for the 5½ hour cruise through the Sognefjord and Aurland fjords to Flam. It was a relatively new boat and contained all the mod cons including a great café so we were happy to sit back and enjoy a comfortable and pleasant cruise.

    We cruised out of Bergen Harbour then through the …

    Trains, buses and boats to Flam

    A travel blog entry by dean2650 on Aug 26, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    Another early start and we left Bergen to catch a train to Voss. From Voss we caught a bus to Ganvangen. I think we caught the wrong bus as it was supposed to take the scenic route. It was still pretty amazing though. From there caught a ferry to Flam via the most amazing fjords. The journey took about 2 hours and the scenery was spectacular. Massive vertical mountains surrounding deep blue water. We even saw some seals and dolphins. The water is freshwater so I'm not too sure how ...

    Easy, breezy

    A travel blog entry by gord.grant.1 on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... good it felt to hear this Swede say that here was only one more big pile for us to negotiate.
    After that it was mostly all down hill. We had started at 1220 m and climbed to just over 1300 before we started down towards Myrdal and Flåm. It was gorgeous. It was hairy. I had to take a break to adjust my front brake because it was wearing off. After taking 14 very steep switchbacks below ...

    How deep?

    A travel blog entry by kooz on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... We dawdled our way down the valley and stopped at whatever pleased us. We found some relics dated back to 4 AD. It's just proves Australia is such a young country. The weather in Flam can change in a second. We popped back to the boat for lunch and there was a full on storm for 10 minutes, then the sun shone again. We experienced this a couple of times during the day. A trip to the supermarket saw us picking up some goodies. Exhausted , we retreated to the ...

    Can something be laughably beautiful?

    A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Jun 01, 2014

    21 photos

    ... way we did. We had time to really admire and absorb the beauty of what the train riders could only glance at for a fleeting instant. If you ever sign up for the NIN thing, give it at least two days, you won't regret it! When the Flamsbana ended in Myrdal we got onto a larger train to Oslo. Hours passed, but it never got dark. We wound through a lot of snow-covered mountains, which made it hard to read because my eyes kept bouncing from my kindle to the view outside. ...