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Bike past glacier-hewn hillsides on quiet shoreline roads. Sail the Sognefjord, the world's longest fjord. Storybook villages, fairytale houses and remote wilderness landscapes await your exploration. Savor the freshest seafood and handmade cheeses. Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites and hear tales of Viking history. Stay at classic Norwegian waterside inns. See why National Geographic calls Norway one of the 'Top 5 Happiest Countries in the World.'
Meet in Bergen, a city with 900 years of history. Cruise through the Sognefjord, the world's longest, deepest fjord. Ride beside the shoreline to Balestrand, then ferry to Dragsvik.
Meet in Bergen, at the Express Boat Dock or a nearby hotel. Hop aboard the Express for a 3-hour cruise through the magnificent Sognefjord - the longest, deepest fjord in the world. Sail past sheer rock faces, snowy peaks and emerald hillsides bedecked with tiny farms. From the dock at Vik, ride south along the flat coastline of the Arnafjord to the tiny hamlet of Nese. After a snack and a look around, ride north to the ferry at Balestrand, a town so quiet the police station closes on weekends. Cross to Dragsvik to stay at the Dragsvik Fjordhotell, right on the shore of the Sognefjord. Ride: 40 m / 65 km
Bike the Gaularfjellet National Tourist Route up to the summit, then beside calm fjord waterfront to the Walaker. Built in 1690, it's the oldest family-run hotel in Norway.
Two ride options today. This morning, pedal the Gaularfjellet National Tourist Route - a serene ride through protected lands studded with waterfalls, wild rapids and glaciers. Jaw-dropping mountain views await! This afternoon, ride to the Walaker Hotel, the oldest family-run hotel in Norway, set beside the fjord in the idyllic village of Solvorn. Do one ride or both - you can't lose either way. Ride: 34 m / 55 km in the morning; 33 m / 55 km this afternoon.
The Romantic Ride. Bicycle a traffic-free route along the fjord, with stops for coffee and a cinnamon roll and views of the glacier.
Today's route is called the Romantic Ride. Savor a traffic-free ride along the fjord. Stop for coffee, a cinnamon roll and a photo op. Back on the bicycle, continue along the shoreline with a side trip to view a glacier and/or tour a stave church dating from the 1100s. Spend a second night at the Walaker. Ride: 45m / 70km
Ride the Aurland Valley, hailed as 'Norway's Grand Canyon.'
Catch the ferry to Laerdal this morning. Today's breathtaking ride takes you to Aurland Valley, sometimes called Norway's Grand Canyon. Steep mountains, thundering waterfalls and narrow ravines shape a landscape where tiny farms cling to green hillsides. Tonight: stay at Vangsgaarden, snuggled into the innermost corner of the Sognefjord, Enjoy lovely rooms overlooking the fjord and the mighty peaks above. Ride: 30m / 48 km
Choose your adventure today. Take a fjord safari. Hike to a local farm for an artisanal cheese tasting. Go for a ride or a glacier hike - the choice is yours!
Take your pick today: Take a fjord safari in a rigid-hulled inflatable boat (a 'Rib Boat'). Hike to a local summer farm to sample handmade artisanal goat cheeses. Go for a bike ride or a glacier hike. Soak up the sun by the shoreline. Back at the hotel, tonight's final dinner will be a celebration of this glorious week.
Ride to Myrdal Station. Hop aboard the train for the ride back to Bergen: National Geographic Traveler calls this 'one of the Top 10 train journeys in Europe.'
Ride from Aurland to Myrdal Station, only accessible via train or bicycle. After lunch, climb aboard the train for the amazing trip back to Bergen. Both National Geographic Traveler and Lonely Planet hail as this one of the world's most beautiful train rides. Ride 25m / 40km
As an optional extra, a person traveling solo on any inn-to-inn trip may reserve a room for his or her exclusive use. This will guarantee you a private room and private bath every night. Unlike other tour companies, if you're willing to share a room, there is no extra charge for coming solo, no matter when you sign up for the tour - even if you wind up with a private room by default.