The scenery you’ll see on this trip comes straight from the pages of National Geographic. You’ll start in Flam, a fishing village that’s dwarfed by tidal wave-sized mountains on all sides. You’ll leave the village through a series of tunnels and head to the Naerøy Valley. Nature is magnified in this part of the world. The tooth and groove mountain ridges here reach thousands of metres into the air. Moving on, you’ll pass the Oppheim Lake, where the water is petrol-blue and surrounded by primary green farmland. Next, you’ll head to the Tvinde waterfall, where you’ll get out to take photographs. The water cascades over the mountainside disorderly, like splilt milk. You’ll head back to Flam via the steepest road in the world. This corrugated strip of tarmac includes 13 hairpin bends.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.