The Hardangerfjord region and its spectacular landscapes are the right place to go if you want to explore adventure in Norwegian nature. The area is known for its fjords and famous waterfalls like Vøringsfossen that has a fall of 182 meters.
Hardangerfjord, what to do
What about hiking on the Hardangervidda mountain plateau or exploring the blue ice of Folgefonna National Park? The Hardangerfjord region can be visited during the whole year but especially in the springtime when this ‘Fruitgarden of Norway’ starts to blossom you can do lots of outdoor activities. More about what to do Hardangerfjord Travelguide
How to get there
The Hardangerfjord region lies in the western part of the Norwegian fjords, on a three-hour drive from either Bergen or Stavanger. You can easily reach these cities with direct flights to Bergen and Stavanger offered by KLM, SAS or Norwegian, and indirect flight via Oslo offered by SAS. You can either rental a car at the airport or book a transfer to Odda. Click here for map