Voyage to glaciers, waterfalls, and valleys
The village of Olden sits peacefully at the edge of the colossal Jostedal Glacier. This is Europe's largest ice floe, covering 188 square miles, and 2,000 feet at its thickest. But it’s not the only glacier in this park.
If you are feeling energetic, consider a journey to the frozen cascade of the million-year-old Briksdal Glacier, hiking the last portion across a wooden bridge over a waterfall, through a bewitching mountain valley, right up to the glacier’s face.
Alternatively, opt for a relaxing journey by boat on an emerald green lake framed by ancient mountains.Download An Explorer Guide +
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