Geiranger Fjord

Category: Outdoor Scenes

 

Photo and caption by Lavinia Cojocaru

The most famous fjord that lies on the west coast of Norway,Geiranger and its' breathtaking serpentine road, Trollstigen that takes you right on top of the mountain on a steep incline of 9%. The roas is closed during autumn and winter and during the summer vehicles measuring over 12.4 m are not allowed to drive through due to the sharp bends allong the way and its narrowness. Trollstigen means "The Trolls' Ladder" due to its' serpentine shaping.

Location: Geiranger, Rauma, Norway

 

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