The village of Geiranger is located in a small village at the top of the fjord. Due to the narrow port here, large cruise ships cannot enter, so it is necessary to change another boat to arrive. The village of Geiranger is small and suitable for hiking in the mountains or for a stroll in the town.
This is often a transit station where you can continue to enjoy the view of the interior of the Geirangerfjord, the famous Eagle Road and the Mountain Demon Road. The whole journey needs to go through a steep mountain road and stay at the top of the mountain for 5 minutes for everyone to take photos of the fjord. It is a great place to overlook the Geirangerfjord. When the weather is good, the photos are very good, just like the big ones.
The spectacular picture of the Mountain Demon Road is amazing! It has an average slope of 9 degrees and has a lot of sharp bends and a spectacular view. There is a waterfall nearby (Stigfossen) with a total drop of 320 meters. The winding mountain roads and the magnificent waterfalls have created the myth of this road. Although the traffic to this visit is more twists and turns, it is really worth it!
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Norway's most famous fjord: Geiranger, Geiranger. Perhaps the scenery is so picturesque, between the mountains and the waters, there are waterfalls flowing down from time to time. This trip was carried by a cruise into the fjord. In the early morning, accompanied by the sunrise sun, everyone began to walk up the deck to enjoy the surrounding scenery, and sometimes sit on the bow and watch the scenery, and sometimes rushed to take pictures between the decks.
The Geirangerfjord is located in the northern part of Bergen on the southwest coast of Norway and is one of the most beautiful and mysterious places in the Norwegian fjord. The fjord is 16 kilometers long and stands on the banks of the mountains at an altitude of 1,500 meters above sea level. The fjord is famous for its many waterfalls, and many waterfalls lie down the steep rock wall into the fjord. Since I couldnt hear the radio on the ship, I didnt notice the legendary Seven Sisters Waterfall and The Brides Veil. The following are some waterfall photos taken along the way.