Dalsnibba. Geiranger Skywalk 2019-12-01

Dalsnibba Geiranger

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There are 15 minute stops at and Dalsnibba. It lies in the municipality of at the head of the , which is a branch of the large. Do not be scared by the public bus tour - you will get a lot more for the cheaper price! If you have any question, please feel free to ask, I love helping out! A sightseeing bus runs every day from the 1st of June to the 31st of August. I love discovering new places, meeting new people, have crazy experience and new stories to tell. Cruise-buses due to agreement will pass as earlier, where personnel at the toll station manually opens the barrier. A collapse could cause a that could destroy downtown Geiranger. Constructed in 2013, the Seawalk is a three-segment articulated floating pier.

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Geiranger Skywalk Dalsnibba, Geiranger, Norway

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Nibbevegen, a pioneer project and the very symbol of tourism in Geiranger, was opened in 1939. It comprises a run and a bicycle race, both starting from the sea level at the fjord and ending at the 1,497 metres 4,911 ft summit of Mount , near the lake. The tourist season stretches from May to early September. Cross your fingers for no low cloud at the top as the view 5000 ft down is amazing. .

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Geiranger Skywalk

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The toll road, Nibbevegen, takes you from Djupvasshytta at 1038 m above sea level, to the viewpoint at Dalsnibba which is at approx 1500 m. Geiranger is under constant threat from landslides from the mountain into the. I'm drawn to warm climates and love being near the water. This would then refer to the several small farms and fields lying in the steep mountain sides around the fjord. Strange timing here, we arrived before 9 so missed most of the fjord coming in and sailed late so missed most of it going out. It is 236 metres 774 ft long and 4.

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Dalsnibba Geiranger

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It can truly save a hard day of traveling. Or you can go and discover my local tour in , or go hiking in. We purchased the ticket online well before the cruise. Vegen opp til Dalsnibba er eit av dei mest ambisiøse vegprosjekta vi har sett i Noreg. Many have their first snowball fight at Dalsnibba. This is why I love traveling Airbnb it gives more options.

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Geiranger

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We loved this trip as it showed us a lot of the fjords and the country side. Furthermore, I will always be delivering honest reviews and recommendations. I would leave that job up to Google and you to decide on your return. Its distinctive architecture enables it to blend in with the surroundings. The road is asphalted and there are plenty of bus pull-ins.

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Dalsnibba Geiranger

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A local bus runs twice daily from late June to late August. Out-and-back An out-and-back route takes you to a certain point, for example the peak of a mountain, before returning to the start along the same trail. Suprisingly the bus was almost empty. Geiranger Skywalk - Dalsnibba Mount Dalsnibba is situated 1500 meters above sea level in Geiranger, Norway. It is a pretty town with a waterfall in the middle.

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Geiranger Skywalk

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Loop A loop route, also known as a circuit, brings you back to the start while avoiding retracing your steps. It was just another tourist pair in the whole bus so we had a kind of personal tour on a public bus! Walking out on to the platform through the ingenious floor surface and glass guard rail is a truly magical experience! Getting there Car Dalsnibba is accessed via a 4. Map There are three types of routes found in Outtt. Each year in June, the event occurs. Small cafe and shop with toilets. I love traveling with Airbnb, because it gives me the the local experience and very often it's more social when traveling solo. Not everybody can afford a 5 star hotel.

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Geiranger Skywalk

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In 2012 some 300,000 cruise passengers visited Geiranger during the summer season. Depending on the time of the day you come, you may also experience a magical sunrise or sunset. On way down asked to be dropped off at fjord centre museum and walked back to port alongside waterfalls and rapids 30 min Fjord centre museum has a cafe and is well worth a look if you are enjoying the landscape We booked this tour online before we went through on the trip. I wish we could spend a few hours just walking in the mountains. As for Geiranger we did a hike upstairs to the waterfall.

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