Geiranger Skywalk - Dalsnibba

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Geiranger Skywalk - Dalsnibba

Geiranger Skywalk - Dalsnibba
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Adrian V. G
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We've been to Dalsnibba twice during our summer vacation. To get there you need to pay a toll (190 NOK for cars if I am not mistaken) and drive around 2 kms to the top. The view is very nice on your way up but Dalsnibba faces mostly the Geiranger fjord.

The first time we went there the weather was quite bad, rainy & windy so we didn't understand much. We appreciated a bit of the foggy view and the effort put into the construction of the place (it's metallic terrace/grid).

Two days later when we got back the sun was up and the skies were clear. The whole experience flipped 180 - it is a truly amazing view.

The souvenir shop next to the terrace shares the same beautiful views where you can drink a coffee and try their freshly cooked pastries - we tried the cinammon buns and they were delicious!
Written July 16, 2022
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Ramadama
New Providence, NJ2,176 contributions
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It's about a 30 minute drive up the mountain to get to the top. Along the way the views are spectacular. It starts off with green scenery and as you ascend you start seeing more snow. One mile up there is a lake that was still frozen. We also came across a few waterfalls. When you reach the top you get a a whole view of the fiord. This is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site. At the top they have bathrooms and a souvenir shop.
Written July 2, 2022
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Linda P
Leesburg, FL14 contributions
This is absolutely the most beautiful view in all of Norway. Not to be missed. It was windy and cold (in mid June) so bring the right clothing. The viewpoint opened in early June. The opening date varies based on amount of snow, so plan your trip carefully.A beautiful ride up and great from the top. The price is 250 NOK which is about $25 US per car. It is certainly worth it.
Written June 25, 2022
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Mary949
OKLAHOMA CITY91 contributions
I'm sure the view is amazing but due to some very low clouds, much fog and very cold temps, we really didn't get to see much of the view. The clouds were rolling across the mountain and for a few seconds we were able to see bits and pieces of the view. Stop there on a clear day.
Written January 7, 2020
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Thank you for your review, Mary949! We are sorry that you didn't get to experience the view from Geiranger Skywalk Dalsnibba on a clear day. Best wishes from the Dalsnibba crew!
Written May 4, 2020
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Nanner08
Mount Clemens, MI306 contributions
Couples
In addition to getting to the mountain by driving yourself, you can take a bus with Geiranger Fjordservice. We came on a cruise, so that was the option we used. It's an amazing drive up the mountain, with many beautiful views along the way. The stop at the viewpoint, looking down on the picturesque village of Geiranger, is beautiful.

There is a small comfort station/souvenir shop at the top of Mt. Dalsnibba. The waterfalls, lakes and the road itself are all well worth the trip.

If you wish to let someone else do the drive up the mountain, it is cheaper and easier to go on line and book the tour in advance. The bus station is right at the tender pier for the cruise ships.
Written February 13, 2013
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Anna P
Brooklyn, NY134 contributions
Family
Dalsnibba is a toll road, about 30 minute drive from city center, with hairpin turns and a ton of photo ops up the road. At the top there is a skywalk and cafe. The gift shop offers locally made goods.
Written March 15, 2018
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Thank you for your review, Anna! Best regards from the Dalsnibba staff.
Written June 8, 2018
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VioletJ
London, UK456 contributions
Couples
We went on a coach trip from Geiranger (from our cruise ship) if you are thinking about this trip go! It was one of the most stunning vistas we saw on our whole cruise (which was magnificent). From the top we saw the whole valley in the sun shine (we were lucky because it was their last trip of the summer) on the way down we stopped at pools which had the mountains reflected in them, it made marvellous pictures to look back on later.
Written February 6, 2015
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Bill Link
Dexter, MO127 contributions
Couples
Simply the most breathtaking mountain experience you will ever have. Pictures are spectacular but they cannot convey the awesome experience of being there. A truly indescribable view of Norway's Geiranger Fjord. You will have to contend with crowds but there is a reason for that. I highly recommend this for anyone.
Written January 13, 2015
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LynnieBuck
Brisbane, Australia36 contributions
Family
We got a bus via their Tourist Information to see the most spectacular view at Mt. Dalsnibba. The trip had commentary the whole way, it took about 2 1/4 hours, there was a stop on the way for photos and 20 minutes up the top for photos. You also had the option to get off at the top of a small waterfall and walk down to the town which saved us walking up to that waterfall later. The cost was the same as the trip to the waterfall at Eidfjord but so very much better.
Written October 27, 2014
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Michael F
Cardenden, UK242 contributions
Couples
We were on a Norwegian Fjord cruise and stopped at the port of Geiranger for the day.
As you will find if you take a cruise to the Fjords, there is not a lot to do, except marvel at the wonderful scenery, and it does not get much better than a trip to Dalsnibba Mountain Plateau.
Our trip was booked independently of the cruise company through the local tourist office and cost a third of the cruise company tour.
The drive up and down are amazing although I imagine it could be quite scary for some travellers.
The incline is very steep with hairpin bends, it also includes the highest toll road in Europe.
The upper half of the road is only open from May and October / November depending on the weather. Just beyond half way you pass a frozen lake which is a sight to be seen. At the top, the views are truly amazing and so fresh. The whole trip takes less than three hours.
Obviously you have to pay for a tour, or if travelling independently you have to pay for the toll road, but the actual viewpoint is free.
Written June 15, 2014
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