Escursione ad Alesund: dai Fiordi ai Troll
Sulla strada per Sjøholt passerai la casa di Ivar Åsen, il fondatore della lingua nynorsk, la seconda lingua della Norvegia. Questa zona di Møre og Romsdal è particolarmente nota per l'industria dell'arredamento. Da Sjøholt la strada lungo lo Storfjord ti condurrà a Valldal, famosa per le sue deliziose fragole, passando per Stordal e la sua Chiesa di Rose (costruita nel 1789).
La tappa successiva sarà nello splendido burrone di Gudbrandsjuvet, una gola stretta 5 metri e profonda 20-25. È possibile attraversare a piedi il burrone sopra un ponte. Da qui, l'autobus passerà per il National ParkReinheimen per andare al Trollstigen. Goditi l'incredibile vista su Troll Road (Trollstigen), le montagne del Re, della Regina e del Vescovo, nonché la cascata Stigfossen. L'autista vi guiderà in sicurezza lungo gli 11 tornanti della tortuosa Troll Road. In fondo a Troll Road, ci sarà una sosta per scattare le migliori foto della cascata di Stigfossen.
La tappa successiva è Trollveggen, la più alta parete verticale di roccia d'Europa, e l'imponente Romsdalshorn. Dopo questa fermata si torna ad Ålesund.
- Keiser Wilhelms Street 6, 6003 Ålesund
- Arriva al punto d'incontro 15 minuti prima dell'orario di partenza
- Difficoltà: livello 1, facile e adatto a tutti
- Consigliamo a tutti i nostri ospiti di indossare scarpe e abiti comodi
Nota: affinché le nostre escursioni siano disponibili per tutti, l'orario di partenza e arrivo di ogni escursione è impostato per corrispondere agli itinerari delle navi da crociera. Nel caso di modifiche negli orari verrete informati per tempo. Tutti i punti d'incontro sono raggiungibili a piedi dal porto e dalla maggior parte degli hotel.
- Tutti gli ingressi inclusi
- Guida locale
- Tour panoramico
- Valldal, zona di fragole
- Cascata di Stigfossen
- Pranzo (incluso o escluso)
- Servizio di prelievo da e verso l'hotel
- Si riceverà la conferma al momento della prenotazione
- Potrebbe essere condotto da una guida multilingue in inglese a causa dei gruppi misti
- Al momento della prenotazione, i passeggeri della nave devono fornire le seguenti informazioni: nome della nave
This was a great tour from beginning to end. Anita was a terrific guide, anxious to answer all questions and interjecting some of her personal experiences such as her recent Northern Lights viewing. There was ample time to enjoy each stop, and the ride down the Troll road was quite an experience. As a side note, we followed the cruise ship shore excursion bus throughout the day, even stopping for a great lunch at the same location. But, we paid approx. half the price for our tour compared to booking through the ship. And I'm certain our tour guide was the very best for this particular tour. We are very pleased with our Viator experiences and will continue to take advantage of their tours on future international trips.
You see incredible sights on this excursion. They are really worth while. A highlight for us was the view and exhibition centre right before Troll's Ladder. We had a very knowledgeable and upbeat guide, who was great. Some of the stops near the end could've been skipped, and the bus needed wifi, but other than that, we really enjoyed the experience.
We did enjoy our tour and everything went very smoothly. The instructions regarding the meeting point giving an address were a little confusing and it would have been clearer to simply state that we would be met at the port, which we were! It didn't really make any difference who you booked with, everyone including many bus loads from the cruise ship all went to the same places at the same time and even had lunch at the same venue, however the lunch was delicious buffet style as always with tours serving salmon at least three different ways plus many other local foods and there was plenty to go around. Guide and driver were both very good, friendly and informative. The drive and scenery were spectacular!
Great Scenery Amazing Drive Well Worth the Time and Money We took a Viator Fjords to Trolls tour on while in Alesund in August 2017 for a day during a cruise ship stop. It was a great decision! We had seen some of the Norwegian fjords from the bottom on small-boat fjord tours the prior few days but this gave us a great view of what happens on the top away from the fjord itself. The views were spectacular! Sweeping vistas, small streams, mountain lakes, narrow roads, tunnels through granite and more. The scenery was completely different than what I was expecting. It was a long day a bit over 8 hours but worth it. We went down the Trollstigen or troll-ladder which is an amazing series of switchbacks that go from the top of a mountain plateau to the valley floor. There is a viewing platform at the top so we could see where we were going and amazing views on the way down especially the Stigfossen water fall. I was a bit apprehensive as I dont like heights, but the bus went slowly down and it turned out to be great. We also saw the Trollveggan which is the highest vertical wall in continental Europe. It is difficult to get a sense of perspective of the height until you see a speck in the distance and realize it is a person. The instructions to the meeting area were a bit vague, just Storneskaia 6003. This is essentially the bus-station at the cruise terminal where you can get the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus, the tram tour, or a coffee. It took us about 5-10 minutes to walk there from the ship.