Boat hire & hikes

GEIRANGERFJORDEN FERIESENTER
Brudesløret

Boat hire

Drop-in only, every day from 09.00 (10.00) - 20.00

If you would like to have a memorable stay in Geiranger, we recommend you to rent one of our motorboats. In case you want to go fishing as well, but you don't have your own equipment, you can rent it in our reception.

Our motorboats are all easy to drive. You don't need any driving licence. All instructions will be given by our receptionists. Gasoline and life wests are included in the price. You have to rent the boat for minimum two hours.

We don't take any reservations for our boats. Just ask in the reception to check the availability.

Pioner Maxi
6 HP
4 persons
Pioner 12 Maxi
15 HP
4 persons
Pioner 15
25 HP
6 persons
2 hours kr 700,- kr 1000,- kr 1400,-
3 hours kr 900,- kr 1200,- kr 1800,-
4 hours kr 1100,- kr 1400,- kr 2200,-
1 day kr 1400,- kr 1700,- kr 3000,-
You can hire the taxi boat and walk up to Skageflå

Hike to Skageflå

Taxiboat to the starting point for the hike to Skageflå

The hike starts at Skagehola. From Skagehola you walk along the steep mountainside towards the farm Skageflå. The hike will take you about 45 minutes. After a break you follow the path further up to Homlongssætra and back again to Geiranger. From Geiranger you follow the main road to get back to our Feriesenter.

Difficulty level: Medium
Duration (in total): 4 hours

Prices for the taxiboat:
1-2 persons 600 kr
For every additional person you pay + 200 kr

This trip is a special offer for our guests only.

The hike up to Storseterfossen takes about 40 minuttes from Vesterås

Hike to Storseterfossen waterfall

This hike starts at The Norwegian Fjordsenter. Follow the signs towards Vesterås and Storseterfossen. You can walk behind the waterfall, which is a spectacular experience. This hike is good for families with children.

Difficulty level: Easy
Duration (one way): 90 minutes

View from Løsta towards the Eagle road and Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter

Hike to Løsta

This hike starts at The Norwegian Fjordsenter. Follow the signs towards Vesterås and Løsta. The trail leads you through easy to medium terrain all the way up to the viewpoint at Løsta. From Løsta you have a wonderful view over the Geirangerfjord and our Feriesenter.

Difficulty level: Medium
Duration (one way): 90 minutes

The Eagle road and Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter

Summit hikes in Geiranger

Geiranger is the perfect destination for those who like to be active. You don't need to go far for stunning views and beautiful sceneries. The picture shows the hike to Vinsåshornet. Feel free to ask our receptionists for recommendations. We will do our best to help you find a hike that will fit you.

Good to know!
In springtime there is still a lot of snow in the mountains. The best time for summit hikes is therefore in July, August and September.

Difficulty level: High
Duration: between 3-5 hours each way

You can drive to the top of mountain Dalsnibba

Mountain Dalsnibba

The road up to the viewpoint at Dalsnibba was opened in the end of the 1930s. From Dalsnibba you have Europe's highest fjordview from a road, 1495 meters above sea level.

Distance: 45 minutes to drive from Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter

Good to know!
The road up to Dalsnibba is a toll road. This road is usually open from the end of May until October.

Flydalsjuvet is located about 4 km from Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter

Flydalsjuvet

Flydalsjuvet is one of the most famous viewpoints in Norway.

Distance: 4 km from Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter

View from Ørnesvingen, about 5 km from Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter

Ørnesvingen

Ørnesvingen (The Eagle Bend) is the last bend of the Eagle Road. From the viewpoint at Ørnesvingen (600 meters above sealevel) you will have a wonderful view towards the village of Geiranger, the fjord, and the famous Seven Sisters Waterfall. The Eagle Road was opened in 1955.

Distance: 5 km from Geirangerfjorden Feriesenter

Vesteråsfjellet

Vesteråsfjellet

This hike starts at The Norwegian Fjordsenter. Follow the signs towards Vesterås and Vesteråsfjellet. The hike will lead you through easy terrain towards the viewpoint Vesteråsfjellet. This hike suits families with small children.

Difficulty level: Easy
Duration (one way): 1 hour