Norlandia Vesterland Resort

Address: Kaupanger, Sogndal, Sogn og Fjordane, Western Fjords, 6854, Norway | Resort
 
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This resort, located on Kaupanger, Sogndal, is near Urnes Stave Church and Fjaerland.
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Travel Blogs from Sogndal

World's longest road tunnel

A travel blog entry by startrailers on May 21, 2015

34 photos

... back to Aurdal. We remembered seeing a very big waterfall just outside Voss as we passed so we stopped there for lunch and had a walk up to it. Of course it started to rain as soon as we stepped outside the MH!

There was a touristy gift shop at the falls so now Rosie,- the flamingo from Arles ,and Al,- the Stork ...

Sognefjord (Norway)

A travel blog entry by absabroad on May 03, 2015

18 photos

... foot of the mountain. It was a bit tough going through the hilly region, but what comes up must come down and we had some fun racing. Ultimately the bikes could take us no further and we began a short ascent on foot to Norway's second largest waterfall. This one was strictly no swimming, surrounded by a wall of ice but still very spectacular, albeit a little dangerous. Sadly that brought the end tour whirlwind tour of this natural spectacle, and back to reality we ...

Flam

A travel blog entry by hfs on Jul 08, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... 1923,it was begun and in 1940 completely operational to the Fjord,some of the huge tunnels had a curve of 180o..so on a perfect day ,we were able to see the spectacular sights along the way, as we climbed up to Myrdal,crossing the river and the falls along the way, many times,through tunnels protected from the avalanches.
One of the worlds great Railway Journeys...we were all amazed, a few farms high up the valley's, that ...

Can something be laughably beautiful?

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on Jun 01, 2014

21 photos

... than an hour, and we hopped on without more than a glance from the officers. It took a little over two hours to get through the fjords and into the tiny town of Flam, and I had to force myself to put the camera away about half way through. The sun was high and the sky was a piercing blue. Every few feet the view of the fjords changed, and every ten feet I'd take a picture. Now I've got to go back and delete 90% of them because they all look the same :) The boat ...

Flam to Myrdal

A travel blog entry by hoppyandpeter on Jul 27, 2013

12 photos

... grouped together). We entered the Sognefjord fjord which is the deepest fjord in Norway. The further into the fjord we cruised the surrounding snow-capped mountains grew ever taller and our ferry boat felt dwarfed by them. This was just a special, magical place to be and we all loved the experience of cruising through the fjords.

After 5 hours we arrived in Flam which is a small village of 600 people. Nan, Pop and ...