Nordic Self-Guided Trek- From Mountain to Fjord
Norway is a country renowned for its attractive natural landscapes. There are many scenic routes and trails to embark on allowing you to witness first hand the spectacular planet we live on. Likewise, by delving straight into nature you will meet charming locals, fellow hikers and make wonderful connections with the outdoor world.
This is exactly why you should visit Norway. Did you know it’s home to over one thousand fjords and over 293 peaks? The rural areas in the country are rather serene.
Here at Ethical Travel Portal, we offer an epic self-guided trek from the magnificent mountains to the fantastic Fjords.
Take part in a self-guided active, upbeat unforgettable journey off the beaten track which is truly an experience of a lifetime! On this trip interact with the locals, hike from mountain cabin to mountain cabin, devour tasty local food and challenge yourself all whilst surrounded by magnificent nature! You will also travel by local transportation such as the train,cruise or bus.
- Travel via local transportation such as train and cruise through the fjord landscape
- Meet a local expert in Bergen who will provide you with some handy tips
- Enjoy scenic views of Gausta, Hardangerjøkulen glacier and parts of Jotunheimen National Park whilst trekking
- Visit one of the most beautiful hiking areas in Norway known as Aurland Valley
- Take a fjord cruise through the stunning Sognefjord
Interested? Enquire with us today. Want to know more? Click on the trip plan above for further information!
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Day 1: Arrive in Bergen, meet and greet with a local.
Day 2: Bergen- Train to Haugastøl
Day 3: Train to Finse Hike to Geiterygghytta
- 16 Km (roughly 6 hours)
Day 4: Hike to Østerbø
- 25 Km (Around 7 hours worth of hiking)
Day 5: Hike to Vassbygdi
Day 6: Aurland | Ferry to Bergen
Day 7: Explore Norway’s former capital with a local
- Visiting old Bergen (Gamle Bergen). This is a reconstruction of Bergen from the 1800th century. To get there we advise it’s best to take the bus (4,3- to the stop Gamle Bergen).
- Go to the 4 KODE art museums, with the munch collection, as well as the Astrup collection. Also many more.
- Bergen maritime museum, showing boats, ships, historical and modern ones.
- The fortress museum displaying the history of Norway with exhibitions on historical wars, WW2 and modern warfare.
- - Trollhaugen / Fantoft stavkirke outside of Bergen (reachable by the city light rail, however involves some walking)
- Recommended local restaurants:Pingvinen,cornelius, bare Vestland, Dugg frisk, Lysverket, Skyskaperen (on the top of Mt. Ulriken).
Day 8: Say Goodbye to Bergen
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