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

    ... in bucket loads of money to the town, there are signs in people's gardens and on the hills saying 'No Cruise Ships'. Don't know what their problem is. We walked around and then went down by the water. Dipped my feet in and it was icy cold, about the same as the Murrumbidgee. Got some groceries for dinner and lunch (still can't get over the price of food and alcohol here) and then sat on our balcony and sunk a few beers while watching the boys play below us. A perfect way to end the ...

    Can something be laughably beautiful?

    A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Jun 01, 2014

    21 photos

    ... the rest of us couldn't take pictures of the fjords without the dirty rats blocking the view. I'm here to see fjords not these bleepity-bleep birds thank you very much! Seriously, do they not have these things over there? Ugh. After twenty minutes of dirty looks and scolding from fed-up tourists (me and Brittany included) most of them finally stopped and we could get back to enjoying the trip. When we landed in Flam we sat with the throngs for a cheap lunch, and ...

    Day 16 - Flam

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 07, 2014

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... in Europe. There are 13 hairpin turns on the way; thank god it is now one way. The worrying part was that it used to be the main road. At the end of the trip Bern thanked the driver profusely for getting us to the boat alive. He was appreciative if a little confused over what he has done that was special.

    The boat trip then took us up the two arms of the Sognefjord, which is the longest open ice free fjord in the world and is the ...

    Norway in a Nutshell 2

    A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Aug 22, 2013

    11 photos

    ... well-marked. You don't really run the risk of getting lost. Secondly, this is a relatively safe area. While I know that no places is 100% safe, you're not exactly likely to get attacked by a person, although I can't speak for the sheep. Really, the only risk you run is of falling, because it was very slippery in some places. I would generally suggest trying to go with a second person for safety, as if you go early, it might be a long time before somebody comes ...