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Nordfjord From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the traditional district in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. For the fjord in Greenland, see Nordfjord (Greenland). For other uses, see Nordfjorden. District in Vestland, NorwayNordfjordDistrictDistricts of Vestland:   Nordfjord   Sunnfjord   Indre Sogn   Ytre Sogn   Nordhordland   Midthordland   Sunnhordland   Hardanger   Voss CountryNorwayCountyVestlandRegionVestlandetAdm. CenterMåløyArea • Total3,472 km2 (1,341 sq mi)Population  (2005) • Total28,816 • Density8.3/km2 (21/sq mi)Demonym(s)Nordfjording Satellite view of Romsdal, Sunnmøre and Nordfjord. Map of Nordfjorden with branches and surroundings. Nordfjord (English: Northern fjord —in contrast to Sunnfjord) is a traditional district of Norway. Contents 1 Geography 2 Population 3 References 4 External links Geography [ edit] The region is located in the northern part of Vestland county in Western Norway. It centers on the Nordfjorden and it comprises the municipalities of Selje, Vågsøy, Bremanger, Eid, Gloppen, Hornindal, and Stryn. The Nordfjord region covers an area of about 4,295 square kilometres (1,658 sq mi) and is home to a population (2010) of approximately 32,464.[1] The fjord is the sixth longest in Norway stretching 106 kilometres (66 mi) from the island of Husevågøy at the mouth to the village of Loen at the other end. The region encompasses the rough coastline of the Stadlandet peninsula to the Jostedalsbreen, Europe's largest mainland glacier. The region also includes the lake Hornindalsvatnet, Europe's deepest lake at 514 metres (1,686 ft) below sea level. The glacier Briksdalsbreen is particularly scenic. The Stryn area provides year-round alpine skiing, and there are numerous old fishing communities along the fjord going back to pre-Viking times.[2] Population [ edit] Historical populationYearPop.±%176913,171—    195128,234+114.4%196033,107+17.3%197033,657+1.7%198034,283+1.9%199034,033−0.7%200033,157−2.6%201032,464−2.1%2020(est)32,029−1.3%2030(est)32,066+0.1%Source: Statistics Norway[3][4] References [ edit] ^ Store norske leksikon. "Nordfjordområdet" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2013-09-14 . ^ Store norske leksikon. "Nordfjorden" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2013-09-14 . ^ Statistisk sentralbyrå (1 January 2009). "Population changes in municipalities". ^ Statistisk sentralbyrå (1 January 2009). "Folkemengde, etter fylke og kommune. Registrert 2009. Framskrevet 2010-2030, alternativ MMMM". Archived from the original on 21 August 2009. External links [ edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Nordfjord . "Nordfjord"  . Encyclopædia Britannica. 19 (11th ed.). 1911. Nordfjord promotional web site Nordfjord - official travel guide to Norway Coordinates: 61°55′34″N 5°08′40″E  /  61.92611°N 5.14444°E  / 61.92611; 5.14444 vteVestland county, Norway Main Article: Vestland Capitals: Bergen; Leikanger County Government: Vestland County Municipality County Lists: County Governors Villages Churches Towns and cities Bergen (1060) Florø (1860) Førde (1997) Leirvik (1997) Måløy (1997) Odda (2004) Current MunicipalitiesNordfjord and Sunnfjord Askvoll Bremanger Fjaler Gloppen Kinn Stad Stryn Sunnfjord Sogn Årdal Aurland Gulen Høyanger Hyllestad Lærdal Luster Sogndal Solund Vik Nordhordland Alver Austrheim Fedje Masfjorden Modalen Osterøy Vaksdal Hardanger and Voss Eidfjord Kvam Ullensvang Ulvik Voss Midthordland Askøy Austevoll Bjørnafjorden Bergen Øygarden Samnanger Sunnhordland Bømlo Etne Fitjar Kvinnherad Stord Sveio Tysnes Former MunicipalitiesSogn og Fjordane Balestrand Borgund Breim Brekke Bru Davik Eid Eikefjord Flora Florø Førde Gaular Hafslo Hornindal Innvik Jostedal Jølster Kinn Kyrkjebø Lavik Lavik og Brekke Leikanger Naustdal Nord-Vågsøy Selje Sør-Vågsøy Vevring Vågsøy Hordaland Alversund Arna Bergen landdistrikt Bremnes Bruvik Eid Evanger Fana Finnås Fjelberg Fjell Fusa Granvin Hamre Haus Herdla Hjelme Hordabø Hosanger Hålandsdal Jondal Kinsarvik Laksevåg Lindås Manger Meland Moster Odda Os Radøy Røldal Skånevik Strandebarm Strandvik Sund Sæbø Valestrand Varaldsøy Vikebygd Vossestrand Ølen Årstad Åsane This Vestland location article is a stub. 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To provide you with the best experience, cookies are used on this site. Find out more here. Top Attractions Briksdalsbreen Glacier How to get to Briksdalsbreen Jostedalsbreen National Park Nigardsbreen Fjærland Book Town Glacier Museums Bryggen in Bergen Hanseatic Period Museums at Bryggen Fløibanen KODE Art Museum Flåm Railway How to get here Book tickets Local Produce Rallarvegen Stegastein Ægir Brewery Geirangerfjord How to get to Geiranger Amazing viewpoints Seven Sisters Hjørundfjord Loen Skylift How to get here Hiking at Mt. Hoven Via Ferrata Loen Our Viking history Viking villages Nordvegen History Centre Viking ship - Draken Sagastad - the Myklebust ship Viking Festival & Market Gulating Preikestolen How to get here Hiking trip Fjord cruise to Preikestolen Kjerag Guided hikes with Outdoorlife Norway Romsdalseggen How to get here Romsdalstrappa Sognefjord Nærøyfjord Undredal Fjordcruise The Atlantic Road How to get here Grip Best bike ride Trollstigen How to get here Trollveggen Gudbrandsjuvet Trolltunga How to get here Hiking trip Hiking trip with snowshoes Vøringsfossen How to get here Kjeåsen Ålesund Art Nouveau Town How to get here Places to go Bergen & the Region Destination Northwest FjordKysten Geiranger Hardangerfjord Haugesund & Haugalandet Nordfjord Sognefjord Stavanger & Ryfylke Regions Sunnfjord Sunnhordland Voss Ålesund & Sunnmøre Things To Do Natural Attractions What is a fjord Well-known fjords Fjords Waterfalls Glaciers Mountain areas National Parks Beaches & bathing areas Guides Hiking Top 5 hikes Easy hikes & city walks Guided hikes Glacier hikes Climbing & Via Ferrata Hiking trails Grading, safety & equipment Skiing Ski resorts Ski touring Snowshoeing High Camp Cross country skiing Summer skiing Winter without skis Biking Fly and Bike with Widerøe Kayak Culture & Heritage Guided town walks Our Viking history Architecture & Historical buildings Stave churches UNESCO Heritage Museums & galleries Artisans at work - Economusée The Fjord Pilgrim Route – from Viking to pilgrim Sports & adventures Adrenaline-filled activities Bird spotting & safari Fishing Climbing Golf Diving Sailing RIB & Rafting Horseback riding Surfing & SUP Sightseeing trips & day cruises The best fjord cruises The best sightseeing trips Fjord cruises by The Fjords Fjord cruises by Rødne Children & families The best activities for children Climbing parks & Ziplines The landscape that inspired the makers of Frozen Farm visits Parks & centres Wellness & spa What's On The best cultural experiences Concerts Sports & adventures Festivals All events Shopping Souvenirs & handcrafts Factory outlets Planning your trip Coronavirus and travelling to Norway Trip Ideas Roundtrips by car or by public transportation Norwegian Scenic Routes Top 10 viewpoints along Norwegian Scenic Routes Nutshell trips by Fjord Tours Tours & Activities by Go Fjords Into the unknown Travel like the locals Travel Guide Download our Travel Guide Travel on a budget Tourist Information Offices Climate in Fjord Norway Fjord Norway in spring Fjord Norway in autumn Getting to & around Public transportation Trip Ideas - with your own car Trip Ideas - without a car Useful information Rental Flåm Railway Rauma Railway Bergen Railway Widerøe: by plane around Fjord Norway Fjord Line - the ferry to Norway Accommodation Hotels Classic Norway hotels Camping Cabins & holiday houses DNT cabins Stay on farm Bed & Breakfast Guest harbours & marinas Exotic accommodation Travel specialists Authentic Scandinavia Food & Drink Star-studded culinary experiences in Fjord Norway Cider from Fjord Norway Norwegian food Fjord Norway Videos Inspire me Active fjord adventures Cultural experiences The cities on the fjord Exploring Fjord Norway Fjord Secrets Accommodating your dreams: 10 standout hotels Beaches? 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Sagastad - the Myklebust ship Roundtrips by car or by public transportation Hiking Sightseeing trips & day cruises Skip To Main Content Menu Top Attractions Places to go Things To Do Planning your trip Inspire me Search My PlannerWelcome to the Itinerary Planner Use this tool to build your own journey. To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket. EN NO DE © Thomas Sagvik Hoddevik © Photolads Hoven © Viggo Lundberg Raksætra © Elise Fonn Bremanger © Andres Duran You are here Places to go Nordfjord NordfjordNordfjord - from blue glaciers, majestic mountains, fertile valleys and deep lakes, to where the wild North Sea at Stad crashes mercilessly against the coast. If you are so inclined, you can join a rope team walking up on Briksdal glacier, go summer skiing, and on the very same day stroll in the sun on white sandy beaches and take in the fresh sea air. Or perhaps you would prefer to discover our cultural history? As the name suggests, Nordfjord lies in the northern part of the county of Vestland, and the fjord with the same name extends 106 km from Stad on the coast to the town of Stryn to the east. The region consists of Stryn, Volda, Gloppen, Stad, and Bremanger.   Glacier, fjord and open sea in just two hours The glaciers, fjords, sea and mountains in Nordfjord are some of the most beautiful that Norwegian nature has to offer. At the eastern end of Nordfjord, glaciers glitter as they sneak between narrow valleys, and it is here you will find Europe's deepest lake, Hornindalsvatnet. In mid-Nordfjord the fjord is much wider though one of its arms, the Hyenfjord, is rather dramatic. Further out to the west the fjord opens out to the sea. The coastal culture is really quite unique, and the fishing villages abound with stories of bygone days. When you reach the precipitous West Cape plateau, you’ll find yourself standing overlooking the mighty wild seas of Stad.   A paradise for exciting activities Nordfjord is a hiking mecca with over 200 marked trails, excellent maps and a rich diversity of nature. Join us for glacier walks on Bødalsbreen, ski at the legendary Stryn summer ski centre or try one of the many alpine resorts that are open during the winter. Experience the spectacular view from Mt. Hoven 1011 m.a.s.l. by taking Loen Skylift to the top in 5 minutes.  It is a short distance to Stad, where you can go surfing or take a walk in the unique coastal landscape. The fjords, sea, and shimmering lakes and rivers make Nordfjord ideal for diving, swimming, boating, canoeing and kayaking. For those in search of thrills and spills, try biking at Haugsvarden and we promise you a action filled adventure. You can also discover Nordfjord on horseback at the home of the Norwegian fjord horse. Nordfjord is also a fishing wonderland, whether in lakes, salmon rivers, the fjord or out to sea.   Culture and history The saga of Nordfjord defines its people, its culture and traditions. The Anders Svor Museum and the Nordfjord Folk Museum are just two of the places where you can experience some of the culture of the area. Visit one of the worlds biggest vikingships at Sagastad or learn about the story of St. Sunniva among the monastary ruins at the Selja Monastary. South of the sea cliff Hornelen, you can travel 6000 years back in time by seeing one of the largest rock carving fieldds in Northern Europe, Vingen. All year round there are many cultural events, with music and festivals. Visit nordfjord.no for a full overview.    Highlights in Nordfjord With these 12 highlights in Nordfjord, we wish to highlight the best we have to offer in the region. But if you search further you will find that we have many small pearls that are just waiting for your visit.   Loen Skylift Cable car lifting you from the fjord to the summit of Mt. Hoven at 1011m. Via Ferrata Loen is a climbing trail through varied and challenging terrain to Mt. Hoven. Read more about Loen Skylift   The Briksdal Glacier Nordfjord's best known glacier is an arm of the mighty Jostedalsbreen National Park. Read more about the Briksdal Glacier   Mt. Skåla The highest mountain with its foot in the fjord and a hiking hotspot. Read more about Skåla   Hoddevik og surf White sandy beach on the edge of the Stad peninsula, surrounded by steep mountains. Hotspot for surfers all over the world. Read more about Hoddevik   Selja Monastery Built by Benedictine monks in the 1100s on the island of Selja and possibly the oldest ever constructed in Norway. Read more about Selja Monastery   Sagastad The remains of the Myklebust Viking Ship, one of the biggest to ever have been recovered in Norway. Estimated to have been 30 metres long. Read more about Sagastad   Lodalen Valley  The dramatic history of this spectacular valley makes it well worth a visit. At the end of this valley lies the Kjenndalsbreen glacier. Read more about Lodalen   Vingen One of the largest carving field in Northern Europe. About 2200 rock carvings from the younger Stone Age (6000 years old). Read more about Vingen   Eggenipa Characteristic mountain of 1338 m.h. which forms the entrance gate to Våtedalen. Read more about Eggenipa   Hornelen Europe's highest sea cliff 860 m.o. Famous landmark for seafaring. Read more about Hornelen   Vestkapp Norway's westernmost viewpoint with mainland connection gives a spectacular panorama at 496 metres above sea level. Read more about Vestkapp   Hornindalsvatnet The deepest lake in Europe at 514 metres depth. Read more about Hornindalsvatnet   How to get to Nordfjord Nordfjord is easy to reach, and you can travel here by bus, car, plane and boat. For more information, visit nordfjord.no.   By car Route 258 Gamle Strynefjellsvegen is closed during winter. From Oslo via Otta (E6 and Rv15) - about 500 km From Oslo via Fagernes - about 470 km From Bergen via Lavik (E39) - about 250 km From Trondheim via Otta (E6 and Rv15) - about 450 km From Ålesund (E39 or Rv60) - about 150 km   By bus From Oslo via Lillehammer and Otta to Stryn and Måløy. More info on nettbuss.no From Bergen to Stryn, or from Trondheim to Stryn: Fjordekspressen  From Ålesund to Nordfjordeid: see time tables on Vy Nettbuss   Boat From Bergen: Express boat with Norled (Bergen - Smørhamn - Måløy - Selje). From Bergen: Hurtigruten (Bergen - Måløy - Ålesund - Trondheim).   Flights Sandane Airport is in the heart of Nordfjord. Widerøe Airways operates direct flights from Bergen (1 hour) and Oslo (1 hour) and has connections to many Norwegian cities. Ørsta/Volda Airport at Hovden is close to Nordfjord. Widerøe Airways runs direct flights from Bergen (1 hour) and Oslo (1 hour).  Ålesund Airport, Vigra is a 2 ½ hour’s drive to Nordfjord. SAS operates flights.    Travel guide Download the travel guide for Nordfjord hereSearch & Book Accommodation Check Availability Check in: Day: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Month: Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Year: 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Number of Nights: 123456789101112131415161718192021 Guests in Room 1 12345678910111213141516 Add Room Accommodation Type: -- Any -- Cabins and Holiday Houses Camping Conference Hotels Exotic Accommodation Farm Holiday Fishermans cabin Guest Harbors Holiday Apartments Hotel Pension Private Accommodation Tourist Cabins and Lodges Youth and Family Hostels Area: Nordfjord Name: Things to Do Accommodation Check Availability Check in: Day: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Month: Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Year: 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Number of Nights: 123456789101112131415161718192021 Guests in Room 1 12345678910111213141516 Add Room Accommodation Type: -- Any -- Cabins and Holiday Houses Camping Conference Hotels Exotic Accommodation Farm Holiday Fishermans cabin Guest Harbors Holiday Apartments Hotel Pension Private Accommodation Tourist Cabins and Lodges Youth and Family Hostels Area: Nordfjord Name: Things to Do Type: -- Any -- Active All Activities Children and Families City Culture and heritage Cycling Family Fjord cruise and Sightseeing Fjords and scenery Hiking Hunting and Fishing Local food Norwegian Scenic Routes Paddling Romantic Ski Skiing and Winter Activities Sports and Outdoors Wellbeing and Spa All Attraction Architecture Children and Families History and Cultural Heritage Museums and Galleries Natural Attractions Parks and Centres Area: Nordfjord Name: Destinations in Fjord Norway Bergen & the Region Destination Northwest FjordKysten Geiranger Hardangerfjord Haugesund & Haugalandet Nordfjord Sognefjord Stavanger & Ryfylke Regions Sunnfjord Sunnhordland Voss Ålesund & Sunnmøre Number of results: Number of results: 244 , currently showing 1 to 20. 123...1213Next >> Visnes Hotell Address prestestegen 1 6783 Stryn This romantic wooden hotel in Swiss style architecture, built in 1850 style, by the Nordfjord in Stryn. This hotel offers individually decorated rooms with private balconies and free WiFi access. Stryn village centre is a 3-minute drive away. The… More Details Hotel Alexandra Address 6789 Loen Alexandra is a first class hotel with view to the fjord in Loen and to Mt. Skåla (1848 m.o.h.). The hotel is surrounded by high mountains and breathtaking nature. More Details Strynvatn Camping Address Meland 6783 Stryn Strynsvatn Camping is a modern, up-to-date campsite, and as a part of Pluscamp, ASCI, ANWB and ADAC, we have a wide range of attractions to offer. Strynsvatn Camping has 37 cabins, 4 apartments and more than 40 stands for motor homes and tents.… More Details Loen Active Address 6789 Loen Loen Active is located in the center of Loen right next to RV 60. In the winter there is a skating rink with skate rentals, as well as rental of snowshoes and sledges at Hoven. Nordfjord Hotell Address Sandplassen 1 6770 Nordfjordeid Nordfjord Hotell has 54 well-equipped guest rooms with 110 beds. The hotel has a restaurant with a good kitchen, bar, modern meeting room department for up to 250 people and a new bathhouse with SPA and fitness center. The hotel has a lift. More Details Fonnafly Address 6783 Stryn Fonnafly Stryn offers helicopter-services with a stunning view in one of Norway’s most beautiful areas. If you wish to see spectacular west-Norwegian landscape, or you need to be transported in a fast and effective way from A to B, Fonnafly Stryn… Briksdal | Souvenir Address Oldedalsvegen 2211 6792 Briksdalsbre The Souvenir Shop, which is one of Norway’s largest, is next door to the Mountain Lodge. An impressive range of quality souvenirs are displayed here, including Norwegian knitwear, leather ware, pewter and handcrafted articles. Hike to Briksdal glacier Address Oldedalsvegen 2211 6792 Briksdalsbre The mighty Briksdal Glacier is part of the Jostedal Glacier national park. From a height of 1200 metres the wild glacier drops right down into the narrow, fertile Briksdalen – a sight which attracts visitors from all over the world every year. Oldeskaret Address Oldedalsvegen 2211 6792 Briksdalsbre 5 hours + return Briksdalsbre Mountain Lodge Address Briksdalsbre 6792 Briksdalsbre The mighty Briksdal Glacier is part of the Jostedal Glacier national park. From a height of 1200 metres the wild glacier drops right down into the narrow, fertile Briksdalen – a sight which attracts 300,000 visitors from all over the world every… More Details Glacier bus Address Hegrevegen 1 6783 Stryn Bus to Briksdalsbreen Guided Walk on the Tystig Glacier | Briksdal Adventure Address Mølla Gjestehus Fjordvegen 1567 6788 Olden Guided walk on the Tystig Glacier at Strynefjellet, near the Stryn Summer Ski Resort. The walking on the glacier takes about 2-3 hours. We’ll be exploring the ice in a safe manner. The guide shares his local knowledge with you, as well as basic… Lovatnet Address 6789 Loen Lovatnet is a lake in Stryn municipality in Westland county. What makes Lovatnet so beautiful is the green color that comes from the melt water from the glaciers that lies on the mountain peaks around. Rakssetra Address Rake 6789 Loen Rakssetra is idyllically placed as a postcard in the mountainside towards Årheimsfjellet. E-bike rental | Nordfjord Aktiv Address Sørstrandsvegen 6 6823 Sandane Bike longer and steeper with our bikes Bike rental | Folven Address Strynevegen 2785 6798 Hjelledalen Bike rental at Folven camping in Oppstryn Address Harpefossen 6770 Nordfjordeid Address 6783 Stryn Bike rental | Loen Active Address 6789 Loen 1 hour NOK 100 4 hours NOK 350 One day NOK 550 Helmet included. One of the bike has a children’s seat. We have two junior bikes. Address Vereide 6823 Sandane 123...1213Next >> Highlights Loen Skylift Briksdalsbreen Glacier VisitNordFjord Selja Monastery Sagastad - the Myklebust ship Hornelen Vestkapp Accommodation in Nordfjord Activities in Nordfjord Surf in Nordfjord Follow Us...Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram Email Page Print Page E-newsletter Travel Guide EN NO DE Other Sites Corporate/Media Photo Service NCE Tourism - Fjord Norway Contact Details Fjord Norge AS Nordre Nøstekaien 1, 5011 Bergen, Norway Email: info@fjordnorway.com Corporate/Media Photo Service About Us Use of cookies Photo credits Main Categories Top Attractions Places to go Things To Do Planning your trip Inspire me Our Destinations Bergen & the Region Destination Northwest FjordKysten Geiranger Hardangerfjord Haugesund & Haugalandet Nordfjord Sognefjord Stavanger & Ryfylke Regions Sunnfjord Sunnhordland Voss Ålesund & Sunnmøre Tourist Information The local tourist offices can give you good and useful information. 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