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Flam Hiking AS

Flam 5743, Norway
+47 975 72 402
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Superb walk from Flam to Brekkefossen waterfall

We arrived in Flam on a Fred Olsen cruise and had booked through them the Flam railway ticket which... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2017
KPNotts
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
nice hike to the waterfall

the hike to the waterfall is nice. You get a great view of the fjord. The hike is very steep at... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2017
ScottyP1952
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Ellicott City, Maryland
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The best way to see the fjord landscape is from above! This excursion brings you through the favourite hiking terrain among the locals, 1000 meters above the famous Sognefjorden. The path twists along the edge of the mountain in an altitude there are no trees growing, which means that you are able to watch miles of spectacular scenery around you during most of the trip. We walk up the mountainside as far as you are comfortable with, before returning down through a short distance of coniferous forest. The hiking trip ends by the viewpoint at Stegastein. Tickets may be purchased in combination with a sightseeing bus ride, or seperately if you have your own transport.
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

We arrived in Flam on a Fred Olsen cruise and had booked through them the Flam railway ticket which was for 3.00 p.m., so we had the morning free. We picked up the free “Walking in Flam” leaflet from the tourist office. 5 walks are...More

3  Thank KPNotts
Reviewed 19 August 2017

the hike to the waterfall is nice. You get a great view of the fjord. The hike is very steep at the end, but worth it.

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Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

I had been to Flam twice, but I didn't stay at Flam the first time and after having hiked there, I just realise that I have missed a lot! Even the easiest route would bring you to an absolutely breathe-taking view! Just ask for a...More

Thank TheTravellingDAY8349
Reviewed 13 February 2017

I walked down from Myrdal station to Flåm, after taking the 08:40 train from Bergen. The walk is very picturesque and there is lots of stunning scenery along the way to look at and take pictures of. The route is about 13 miles long and...More

12  Thank zaferduc
Reviewed 6 January 2017

We decided to hike up the scenic valley to a church built in the 1600s. We were rewarded with a visit to the church and the grave yard surrounding the church

3  Thank Robert M
Reviewed 10 November 2016

I arrived at Myrdal train station from Bergen and had rented a bike from Cafe Rallaren, and cycled down to Flam. The bike was about $40 for one person at the cafe. This page is about hiking, which I biked instead but would be a...More

6  Thank Ashley555
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Whilst in Flam I went on two walks using the free walking map from the information centre in Flam. The first was up to Brekkefossen waterfall. It is stunning and well worth the walk. The scenery the whole way was lovely. The last part of...More

5  Thank C0astalWalker
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We obtained a local map of the area at the Tourist Information Center in Flam and looked for nice little tour after lunch. This tour numbered no. 4, is a very pretty short walk. We began at the Flam station, walk near the river and...More

6  Thank shkomit
Reviewed 12 September 2016

If you're going to Flam, you must already be aware that the scenery is absolutely breathtaking, pretty much everywhere. There are many walking/hiking routes listed on the main town map, but once you get out onto the actual trails, the markings are scarce and can...More

3  Thank CB S
Reviewed 20 August 2016

The hike took me almost 3 hours return, quite badly marked path. First hour pretty easy, then it gets quite steepy and rocky. Hardest parts around the woods when the terrain gets sleepery and muddy. Was well worth the trek, amazing view at the top....More

1  Thank KarolaRS
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ktravel737
27 February 2017|
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Response from Ashley555 | Reviewed this property |
Hi! It was a lovely bike ride down! Walking will take a bit longer, so remember that. Where are you wanting to start your hike from, Mydral? I biked all the way down to Flam and then stayed overnight in Flam. But you should... More
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