Timetables in cases where one of the ferries on route 1135 or 1136 is out of service, FRAM Customer CentreTelephone +47 71 28 01 00, Opening hours I'm assuming you're coming from Bergen to the south? For any of the other ferries you will take in the area you'll drive on and then get your ticket from an official who will come to the window of your car.
I've never been anywhere quite like it. The question is what's your definition of a multi-day trip :) You can then take the car ferry from Hellesylt on the first ferry in the morning (9:30 if you're going in May; 8:00 if you are going after June 1) and cruise up the fjord to Geiranger. I have only driven a portion of that route, but it looks feasible for a days journey. Weekday 08.00-21.00 Is a reservation needed for either ferry Eidsal-Linge, or Geiranger-Linge? The trip from Langvannet to Sogge brundalsnes via Geiranger (The national tourist road Route 63) is totally doable in one day.
I have many recommendations on other National Tourist Routes to include on such a trip. Press + to increase or - to decrease the font size.
Continue driving and stop again at the Gudbrandsjuvet cataractgreat little place for coffee and a snack (and an ubermodern restroom!). The drive from Geiranger, up rnesvingen (Eagles road), all the way to Eidsdal is nice and scenic. Consider driving from Bergen to Hellesylt and spending the night there - it's a fairly long drive but then you'll be able to cruise the Geirangerfjord AND drive the Trollstigen road/pass without backtracking. You can find a map with an overview of ferry routes here. I will gladly put up some recommendations for you. Is the Sognefjellet tourist route a part for your plan?
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It took us forever to drive the rest of the road because there were so many amazing views and we kept stopping to walk trails and paths we could see from the road and to take pictures of the waterfalls and stunning vistas. Stop at the Ornesvingen overlook that has a stunning view back over the fjord. In july the're is two ferrys in service.
It goes shuttle, takes 15-20 min and has pretty good capacity. The ferry Geiranger - Valldal (near Linge) ended 2014. This is a series of specific questions aimed at Anita from Long Beach, Ed from Pensacola, or anyone else who may have traveled on Route 63 through the Trollstigen-Geiranger area. Mange takk! I would definitely opt for the ferry trough the Geiranger Fjord, it's absolutely stunning. Hold down the Ctrl key. It could fit in your overall route from Bergen. Hi. You can find information about the ferry routes, fare zones and the alternate route for county road 63 here, You can find a map with an overview of ferry routes here, Timetables in cases where one of the ferries on route 1135 or 1136 is out of service.
From Geiranger continue for the rest of Route 63 the next day. The car ferry from Geiranger to Valldal (not to Linge), ended in 2014 :(
But I really recommend you to spend one night in Geiranger. http://www.nasjonaleturistveger.no/en/routes/sognefjellet
You can find information about the ferry routes, fare zones and the alternate route for county road 63 here. But drive up to the rnesvinget (Eagles corner) lookout on the road from Geiranger to Eidsdal for phenomenal views. Get off and start your drive from there. Yesyou can do this drive in a day. Andreas and Anita, since you both offered to provide more inputs I will send you a private message. But this ferry trip is, as you can see from the timetable, something that's you easily can do as a part of your short stay in Geiranger (without your car). The questions are: Can that section of Route 63 be done in a day with time for scenery stops? Hi Bobbing4data! If you are unlucky you will in worst case have to wait over one ferry. And lastly, any recommendations on other National Tourist Routes to include in overall plan? In the high season you need to make a reservation in advance if you travel with a car.