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“Oh, that road.”

Geiranger Skywalk - Dalsnibba
Ranked #2 of 25 things to do in Geiranger
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Reviewed February 26, 2013

Beautiful mountains, lots of snow, cold, The part we like almost the best was the drive. Talk about zig zag roads, turn after turn, you swear you are going to meet yourself of some of them.
But oh, the sights.Only available during the summer. Bit I would go again in a minute.

1  Thank glkjrk
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Reviewed February 13, 2013

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.

11  Thank Nanner08
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Reviewed December 17, 2012

A great little drive for an amazing viewpoint. You can get a great unobstructed view of the entire valley all the way down to the water from here.

The drive up is interesting, given that there is still a good meter or so of snow on either side of the road in June! But the road is well maintained and not too perilous, just take the corners slowly and keep an eye out for the many many buses.

Only complaint was that that car park often becomes overloaded with buses to the point of crazyness. Also lots of tourists standing around in the carpark instead of moving to paths.

This is a good spot to check out a bit of snow too, even in June.

1  Thank MattMakesPhotos
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Reviewed October 29, 2012

Other than the constrictions of being on a 60-person bus (i.e. when it leaves, YOU LEAVE), both the rides up and back down are an incredible testimony to engineering of these windy fjord roads and the views, at the top, worth the $40 or so per person charged at the tourist office just as you depart the tenders. It's probably preferable to DRIVING this, yourself, as you're up higher, in a bus, than in a passenger auto and you're free to gape in awe at the views to all sides.

3  Thank Wanderlassie
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Reviewed October 1, 2012

To reach the Dalsnibba Mountain Plateau viewpoint, it's necessary to drive up a toll road but we felt that it was worth paying to see such a magnificent view. Be aware, though, that the road is pretty scary, mostly narrow with lots of hairpin bends, and you must be careful whilst driving up it.

We visited in mid to late September and there was already quite a bit of snow up there. Since you are so high up in the mountains, be sure to take warm clothing. You'll need it when you step out of your car in order to take photos, for sure. We were very glad indeed of the warm coats, gloves and hats we wore.

The viewpoint is approximately 1500 metres above sea level and from it, it feels as though you can see the whole world laid out before you. This is probably the most incredible view we saw during our Norwegian trip.

2  Thank tasmanian-wolf
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