Welcome to Isfjorden in Romsdal, Norway. Here you will find pictures and information about the alp- and fjord-village Isfjorden and the surrounding mountains, the fjord, the river and activities based from Isfjorden.
You can fish salmon and trout in the river Isa, fish in the fjord, hunt, ski, hike and climb in the mountains, sea-kayaking and gocart. Isfjorden is made for active people.
Isfjorden in Romsdal
Isfjorden is a village at the innermost part of the Romsdalsfjord, close to Åndalsnes in Møre og Romsdal county. The place is surrounded by beautiful mountains. Easy arrivals to the surrounding valleys and mountains; Randonnée- and telemark-skiing, hiking, mountaineering and climbing.
Some of Norways most famous mountains are located in Isfjorden and nearby: Romsdalshorn, Trollveggen, Vengetind, Blånebba, Juratind, Kirketaket and Torshammaren are some of them. The Romsdalseggen hike is one of Norway´s most scenic hikes. The fjord also invites to activities; swimming, sea kayaking and fishing trips in idyllic surroundings. The rivers Isa and Glutra are great rivers for fishing salmon and trout.
A short detour by car (approximately 2.5 kilometer) from Riksvei 64 at Torvika between Åndalsnes and Åfarnes in Romsdal. Beautiful view towards the Romsdalsfjord and Innfjorden with it´s surrounding mountains. View from the road, no hiking necessary. But we recommend you to park the car at Torvika and walk along the road to Klungnes to get an even better experience. Strictly speaking, Klungnes is not in Isfjorden. But since it has the name of the post office “Isfjorden” and in addition is such a beautiful place, we´ll of course present it here 🙂
Isfjorden and Åndalsnes in Romsdal are situated between Trollstigen, Trollveggen, the Raumabanen Railway and the Romsdalseggen Ridge. Geiranger and the Geirangerfjord are well known places nearby. If you go westwards, you have the Atlantic Coast with the Atlantic Road, Ona Island with Ona Lighthouse, Bjørnsund and Midsundtrappene. Go North-East, and you will find the beautiful Eikesdal and the Mardalsfossen Waterfall, Aursjøvegen Mountainroad, and Litjdalen Valley. The cities of Ålesund, Molde and Kristiansund are nearby.
You can reach Isfjorden by car, 6 hours from Oslo or 4 hours from Trondheim. By train to the end-station Åndalsnes at one of Norways most spectacular railways Raumabanen, then you can see Isfjorden from the Railway Station. The nearest airport is in Molde, then one hour by bus to Isfjorden.