Vesterland Feriepark

Address: Vesterland postbox 203, Sogndal, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Fjords, 6854, Norway | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Vesterland postbox 203, Sogndal, is near Urnes Stave Church and Fjaerland.
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    Travel Blogs from Sogndal

    Camping in the fjords

    A travel blog entry by beakerage on Aug 01, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... The weather was perfect thankfully and the water very calm except for when some boats go by. It was very relaxing to paddle past mountains and waterfalls and also interesting since the tour guides both had stories about the history of the area. We also got to see the one of the resident seals pop their head out of the water. The three hours seemed to fly by and soon we were back on land. I thanked the tour guides a lot because I had thought that kayaking wasn't going ...

    Camping Next to a Roaring River

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 28, 2014

    7 photos

    ... a very slippery road, an incline, plus my luggage, Jess' luggage and two people, it was all a bit much. I stopped, asked Jess to jump off, and very slowly backed my way to the tunnel entrance where I could turn around. I was desperate to see where this mysterious tunnel went (Aladdin's Cave maybe?), but better to be safe and leave the mystery in tact I think. The second campsite was more successful, there were no houses around and the road it was on was reasonably ...

    Easy, breezy

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

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... laughed. She said there was snow on the trail ahead. Boy. Was she right. It started with a wee drift just a hundred metres from the hotel. Around the corner we were greeted with a larger drift. Soon there was more snow than trail. I often didn't fully mount my steed but just coasted between snow piles. At points the drifts were metres deep, but that wasn't as bad as when they were steep. At ...

    Norway in our own Nutshell

    A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on May 26, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... take the public ferry to Tau, where you take public bus to Prekestolen (aka Pulpit Rock), and hike one of the most spectacular hikes in the area. The hike takes2 hours oneway, depending on your fitness. There are steep bits, loose rock, but also stairs and boardwalk to make it more accessible. I saw people of all ages, from 8 to 78, and their dogs, do it, so make sure you give it a go. Take the "Cliff Track" when the path splits near the top - it's easier and more scenic to get ...

    Norway in a Nutshell

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 31, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and controlling our descent. The view as we came down was amazing. A beautiful green valley surrounded by steep cliffs and many small waterfalls. The rest of the trip revealed more sights and tunnels. At the end of an hour we arrived at Voss.

    We had a 30 minute wait in Voss for the last stage, the train back to Bergen. We waited in the Railway station with a beer and hot chips that I had craved when on board the ship!! Once the train came ...

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