As are all the fjords in Norway. You are always surprised by their beauty and peace. I´m really in love with all of them!
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At the end of the Hardanger Fiord begins the valley of Maaboe, which ends up at about 800 m above sealevel, with one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Norway, the Voeringsfoss, with a freefall of water at 182m. At Fossli one is about to...More
The Hardanger Fjord is another nice Fjord to visit. This Fjord is famous to be one of the most beautiful Regions of Norway. You can visit Troll Tonga and the Glacier and see a lot of great waterfalls.
Beautiful Beautiful breathtaking place. We had lunch in a place at the top of the fyord. Really good food beautiful peaceful place. VERY VERY EXPENSIVE! We just wanted to sit and look at the day sitting by the water drinking in the views.
Took the Norled Ferry Tour starting in Norheimsund. We were picked up at 0900 and returned to town 1730 Amazing sights. The boat is large and there is plenty of seating inside if it rains. Also able to go up top as well These fjords...More
Calm peaceful surroundings, Spending time amidst nature and a lot of calm. This is on offer when you decide to spend time at Hardanger Fjord. The more time you spend the more fun you have.
We crossed the fjord by ferry and enjoyed the dramatic cliffs, lovely scenery of small farms, communities and waterfalls.
Glorious when the sun comes out, moody and imposing when the dark clouds arrive. For the geographer...plenty of hanging valleys, truncated spurs and pretty waterside communities to enjoy.