SPRING BY THE ROMSDALSFJORD

It was late May, and I visited my homeplace Isfjorden in Romsdal. We have some cabins there that needed some maintenance before the summer season.

It was a sunny weekend, and on saturday I went on a short photo-trip to Klungnes, one of my favourite photo-spots in the neighbourhood.

 

Season and Safety

Many of the activities and attractions mentioned on this website are open only in summer and are closed in winter. This also applies to many of the roads and accommodations mentioned. Season and opening time will vary. It depends on where it is and what activity, attraction, road and accommodation it is, it usually opens in the summer and closes in the autumn, depending on i.a. the amount of snow and the risk of avalanches in the area. Read more about season, important safety information and your own responsibility…

Visit Northwest

Visit Northwest is the official destination company for the Romsdalsfjord, Romsdal and Nordmøre area.

Klungnes by the Romsdalsfjord

The distance from our cabins to Klungnes is 15 kilometers. I had several stops on the way, and below you can see some photos from the short trip I had.

Klungnes is a small cozy village at the end of a two kilometer long dead-end-road between Åndalsnes and Molde. The view to the Romsdalsfjord and the surrounding mountains is beautiful.

Åndalsnes and the inner part of the Romsdalsfjord is a “hub” with short distance to many great nature attractions in the county of Møre og Romsdal. You have Trollstigen, the Troll Wall (Trollveggen), Romsdalseggen and Rauma Railway around you. You can also reach the Atlantic Road, Eikesdal, Geiranger and the Geirangerfjord, and the cities of Ålesund, Molde, Kristiansund is just a couple of hours drive away. Read more about the Romsdal area at Visitnorthwest.no.

Romsdalsfjord – What to See and Do

From snowy mountains to beautiful coastline of islands and reefs. Experience all this in one day due to the short distance from mountains to coast. Ona Island and Lighthouse, The Atlantic Road and Midsundtrappene are attractions facing the Atlantic Ocean. Trollstigen, The Troll Wall, Romsdalseggen, Rampestreken and Litlefjellet are great places to visit in the inner part of the Romsdalsfjord, where the fjord meets the spectacular and alpine Romsdal mountains. Travel green to Åndalsnes with Rauma Railway, a wild, beautiful and unique experience regardless of season. From Åndalsnes Railway Station, you can walk straight from the train and over to the Romsdal Gondola that takes you up to the city-mountain Mt Nesaksla and Eggen Restaurant. From there you have a fantastic view towards Isfjorden, down to the Romsdalsfjord and up towards the Romsdalen Valley which you have just experienced from the train ride along the Rauma Railway. The Romsdalsfjord is located in the county of Møre og Romsdal, north in Western Norway.

Accommodation at Åndalsnes and in Romsdal

Grand Hotel Bellevue at Åndalsnes
Aak Hotel at Sogge outside Åndalsnes
Hotel Geist at Øran at Åndalsnes
Åndalsnes Vandrerhjem på Setnes
Åndalsnes Camping by Rauma River
Mjelva Camping at Mjelva outside Åndalsnes
Trollveggen Camping by the Troll Wall
Accommodation in Isfjorden

FJORDS – Accommodation in Western Norway

Great Hotels in the Fjords of Norway
Bath and Spa Hotels in the Fjords of Norway
Fjords Living – Special Accommodation in the Fjords of Norway

FJORDS – Useful Links

Go Fjords – Big and Small Fjord Experiences
Visit Norway – Official page for Norway
Fjord Norway – Official page for Fjord Norway

Springtime in Romsdal – Map Overview

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