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Approximately 3¼ Hours
Meals not included
The Flam Railway is one of the world's most interesting stretches of railroad engineering. Only 12 miles in length, the railroad runs from Flåm Station at sea level to Myrdal Station, reaching an elevation of more than 2,850 feet above sea level.
Depart by train from the station in Flam and travel along the eponymous river. Highlights on the right-hand side include the Rjoande Waterfall, with its sheer drop of 460 feet, and the impressive peak of Vibmesnosi, rising to almost 4,200 feet.
Passing through the longest tunnel at Naali, you'll encounter the stunning scenery of Myrdalsberg Mountain. The railway is built on four levels to climb the thousand-foot ascent. From the fourth level, you can view the other three levels below.
You'll stop at Kjosfossen Waterfall. The train also slows down at other interesting viewpoints.
After completing the train ride to Myrdal, commence the descent to Berekvam Station, where you'll leave the train and hop on a bicycle. From here, it's an exhilarating downhill bike ride that follows a narrow gravel road along the river back to the pier in Flam.
Please note that this tour is non-refundable 21 days prior to the call at Flam. Wear comfortable clothing and footwear appropriate for bike riding. Bring a waterproof windbreaker and a light backpack to carry a water bottle. A helmet is provided and must be worn. Minimum age is 14 years. Maximum weight is 308 lbs. Participants must have prior experience riding a bike and be in good physical condition.