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This tiny gem is from the 1147 and can hold just 40 persons. White painted, it didn't look quite like many of the others, however it counts among the oldest, and I loved to stand in the tiny room inside.
It located by the fjord, one can drive there or take touristboat from Flåm. Use a light on wall to signal the tourist boat to stop. There are few houses there, few small shops. Mostly there for tourists and not open all the time, so...More
Tiny little church. Rather uninspiring after having been to the grand Borgund Stave Church. But if you are in the beautiful village of Undredal, why not have a peak? Undredal has much more to offer than this church. Fantastic hikes (hire a local guide) sheep...More
This is a small church, compared with Borgund, and it retains all of its reformation-era decoration, but it is still worth the visit, just to see that amazing doorway carving. If you want to catch the tour you have to do a fast walk up...More
After reading such positive TripAdvisor reviews of Undredal, we took the ferry there from Flam. The Tourist Office was closed, the little church was locked, the cafes were closed, the restaurants were closed, and the woman was just closing the small grocery store. No information,...More
We drove into Undredal to see the village that looked so beautiful from the ferry trip we had been on. It didn't disappoint. We spent 1 1/2 hours wandering the village. Unfortunately, the church was closed and the time of guided tour that starts from...More
By the Undredal harbour i was greeted by a beautiful young lady who asked i i wanted a tour in the village and stave church. For only 60 NOK i got a tour that told me the very interesting stories of the old times in...More
We stopped at Undredal while on a rib boat tour and had a lovely afternoon. We toured the Stave Church with a friendly local guide, had a cheese making demonstration and tasting and a wonderful lunch at the wharf. The gentleman at the cafe who...More