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The unknown Hjorundfjord

Hjorundfjord. Photo by Erika Tiren, Hurtigruten

The spectacular Hjorundfjord

is a 35-kilometre long fjord branch of the larger Storfjord, stretching south from the Alesund area. The more famous Unesco Geirangerfjord is also a branch of the same Storfjord.

This amazing fjord is surrounded by the spectacular Sunnmorsalpene mountain range, with alpine mountain peaks reaching 1700 metres straight up from the fjord.

Hurtigruten in the Hjorundfjord. Photo by Simen Fangen, HurtigrutenYou can see this unknown fjord during an autumn cruise on the authentic Hurtigruten ships, from the start of September to the end of October.

We offer you an extensive Fjord cruise package starting and finishing in Oslo, including major attractions of the Fjord Norway region, such as:
– The Flam Railway & the Bergen line
– Cruise on the Unesco Naeroyfjord
– Bergen & Alesund
– Hurtigruten cruise with Hjorundfjord
– The Rauma line

Read more about our Fjord cruise package
“Unesco Naeroyfjord & the unknown Hjorundfjord”

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