Flåm

Norway

The tiny village of Flåm lies nestled at the tip of a branch of the deep and spectacular Sognefjord. Flåm is a paradise for those seeking adventure amongst the Norwegian fjords.

Surrounded by high mountains, narrow valleys and roaring waterfalls, Flåm serves as an easy base for exploring the surrounding nature. Excellent transportation connections ensure access by train, ferry, bus, car, and even bike is a breeze.

Rallarvegen, Norway’s most beautiful bike route, comes to a dramatic end in Flåm. The trip, in conjunction with a ride on the historic Flåm Railway to Mydal, offers an amazing day out surrounding by beautiful scenary. Aurlandsdalen, one of Norway's classic hiking trails, is also easily acccessible.

There are only a few places in the world that beat the breathtaking landscape of the western Norwegian fjords. In 2005, the nearby Nærøyfjord was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Discover Flåm

Cycling the Rallarvegen Bike Route

Find out how to cycle Norway's most beautiful bike route.

Explore Aurlandsfjorden

This majestic fjord is full of incredible adventure opportunities.

Transport & accommodation

What's the best time to visit?

Understand the seasons in Flåm.

Where to eat and sleep

Find budget-friendly options as well as luxury accommodations for post-hike pampering.