Hotel Geiranger

Skansekaia, Geiranger, Western Fjords, N-6216, Norway | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $202.00

Travel Blogs from Geiranger


A travel blog entry by hfs


Geiranger ,Norway.I didn't think coming back to Geiranger would be special [Last time here I climbed a mountain,the hardest thing I have ever done I think !!]but it has been,you could never get used to the amazing Fjords,traveling for hours,towering mountains, just little pockets of snow left now, they have had a very warm spring,The waterfalls ,not forceful,still from such great heights to be stunning.Sam had a fishing trip and that was changed til the afternoon,so we had a sample ...


A travel blog entry by larrylyn

What a fantastic day this turned out to be. By being up at 7 and in the Lido we were able to watch the sail down a series of fjiords and into Geiramger. One of the most beautiful areas we have seen so far. Snow covered mountains soar 4500 feet above and waterfalls are to numerous to name. We were on the first tender (10am) ashore and third in line at the ticket office so we had our choices of excursions; we went with the bus trip up the mountain ...


A travel blog entry by analegge


Arrived in this stunning fjord early morning, the sound of the mooring engines running loudly and waking us up. However this time they stayed on all day!! Noise torture. We tendered ashore with crowds and crowds of people in this tiny tiny town. 7 cruise ships in total today rather making this gem into tourist central. We walked up ...

What a ripper of a day.

A travel blog entry by kooz


This is the first time we had to alight by tender from the boat. After a leisurely morning enjoying the variety of foods on offer at the Breakfast restaurant , we boat hopped and looked around the small village. Still very impressive scenery with plenty of water falls cascading around us and a glacier just around the corner. This fjord has been included in the ...

Shut up legs!

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold


... It was again phenomenal. I even got to break all the rules and touch the glacier (don’t tell any handsome Norwegian rangers).

Mundal - Our second walk for that day was further north near the little hamlet of Mundal. Described in our handy hiking guide as one of Norway’s most popular routes we soon realized we had been lied too as the trail was overgrown and hard to follow. Luckily, the local German living opposite the start of the track pointed out ...

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