The ship anchors outside the village Urke, where a tender boat takes you to shore. You continue by bus through what is often referred to as “Norway’s narrowest valley”, Norangsdalen. Because of the shape and location, this valley is often closed in winter. Along the way you will stop and look at some spectacular places, among them the Lyngstol Lake.
Here you can see sites of ancient settlements in the water that was naturally dammed in 1908 after a large landslide, a fascinating sight. You will also visit the historic Hotel Union Oye, which has played an important role in Norwegian history. Here you will be served local specialties and a drink. Next, the trip goes to the community Urke which can offer local history in various forms. We guarantee a different experience in magnificent scenery.