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TripAdvisor Reviews Vangsgaarden Aurland
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... all this on a smooth tarmac road to the same quality as any good provincial highway in NZ.
The high point was 1100 metres above sea level and we could see snow on the tops of the mountains. It was a little like the Desert Rd, but more mossy and no flaxes.
Then it was a descent down to Geilo which caters for summer outdoors recreation, as well as all the Alpine experiences of winter.
A short hop along the main Oslo - Bergen road - no we hadn't come the most ...
... hill, past the church and make a left. Red house. It works and we find Niels her husband. Tells us about the hundred year flood just this past Nov, that took out houses, bridges and roads. Lost his sheep barn and 5 other buildings. We drop our backpacks with him, meet up with Denise n Roger, who r staying up the hill. We walk the 2+ miles into Flam. Peaceful walk, again waterfalls everywhere you look. Mountains surrounding on 3 sides. ...
... red pen, something along the lines of we’d paid for two tickets and we were OK, phew. We still checked at the ticket office before we got on the Flåm rail. The train journey takes an hour as we travel up the valley to Voss, traveling through beautiful scenery, farms, swiftly flowing white water rivers and near the end of the trip snow capped mountains. We alight and board buses. As we were relatively unencumbered we got on the first bus and snagged seats, then watched ...
... Afterwards we had dinner at the hotel which was quiet and not much else. On Tuesday we went on a fjord safari. This was a two hour trip on a small speedboat travelling along the aurlandsfjord, sognefjord and the nærøyford which is listed as a unesco world heritage site. We passed by some extremely small villages at the base of the mountains, the smallest one having ...
... avalanche that had come down right from the top, on to farmland,ending very close to homes,still ice and snow in it, and being worked on with a digger.. included was a sunset, first we have seen, which was lovely,then more rocky ,smooth, boulder parts,where you think in habitation is impossible, and no, tucked away are little farms, summer homes,with a fishing boat tied nearby.
Imagining the lives that may be led here.We were ...