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Geiranger Shore Excursion: Mt. Dalsnibba and Eagle Road
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Geiranger Shore Excursion: Mt. Dalsnibba and Eagle Road

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Make the most of limited time in Geiranger by going on this action-packed shore excursion to scenic nature spots including Mount Dalsnibba, Lake Djupvatn, Geirangerfjord, and Seven Sisters Waterfall. Avoid the stress of driving on the inclines and hairpin bends of Eagle Road, and enjoy a carefree trip where someone else takes care of the driving.
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TonyM_WorldTraveler wrote a review Sep 2020
Chicago, Illinois392 contributions138 helpful votes
This waterfall is right in the town, so it's easy to get to. The trail is well-built and maintained, so easy to walk. It's also lit at night for safety and nice for a romantic walk. The top is by the Union Hotel and the Nordic Museum, and the bottom is at a campground.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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saiymah wrote a review Aug 2020
Oslo, Norway78 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a must if you’re in Geiranger! We went there both in the day and at night time! They turn on the lights in the night which looks beautiful. Do go there both at day and night time if you can!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MrsJD2007 wrote a review Jul 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom2,177 contributions240 helpful votes
We went for a stroll passed the shops near the cruise port and stumbled across this amazing waterfall. You can literally walk beside it for free and enjoy its spectacular presence. It really is amazing.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Gone Walkabout wrote a review Jul 2020
Tonsberg, Norway529 contributions221 helpful votes
The feeling of walking almost in the river is amazing. At one point the water spray from the waterfall is so severe that bringing a rain jacket is probably a good idea. Love short walk that most peopla can do. There are stairs on part of the walk
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Date of experience: June 2020
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reise3 wrote a review Jun 2020
677 contributions264 helpful votes
The waterfall is one of the first things you notice about the port of Geiranger, when traveling by ship. After walking uphill from port to visit Geiranger Church, I continued my walk to the waterfall. On one side, there is a set of stairs that follows the water down to the campground by the fjord. From there, it is easy to walk back to the port to catch a tender to the ship. It isn't a long walk, but it is very enjoyable and pretty.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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