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Norway in a Nutshell is a scenic tour of Norway. Targeted towards travelers on whirlwind tours of Norway, this is a convenient way to see the “best of the best” of Norway in just one day.  If you only have a week in Norway and want to cruise the fjords and ride one of the world’s most scenic train rides then Norway in a Nutshell may be perfect for you.

What is Norway in a Nutshell?

Norway in a Nutshell is a packaged tour that combines a scenic ferry ride on two connected fjords (Naeroyfjord & Aurlandsfjord), a bus ride on the steep hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva, an epic view of the Naeroydalen valley from the rear patio of the Stalheim Hotel, and a spectacular railway journey in the mountains. Visitors can start and end the tour in several of Norway’s most popular cities with all transportation included. For the traveler with only a limited amount of time in Norway, this tour can be very appealing.

The Naeroyfjord is one of the narrowest and most scenic fjords in Norway. With towering mountains, quaint coastal towns, and waterfalls, Naeroyfjord is definitely worth visiting. The Flåm Railway, also called Flåmsbana, has been described as the most beautiful train journey in the world (by Lonely Planet in 2014). It is a 20 km trip that connects Flåm and Myrdal and is one of the steepest routes in the world.

Norway in a Nutshell is a packaged tour that is operated by Fjord Norway. The tour can start in Oslo, Bergen, Voss or Flåm and end either where you started or at one of its other destinations. For example, in just one day, you can take a train from Bergen to Voss, a bus from Voss to the Stalheim Hotel to enjoy the stunning view of the Naeroydalen valley, a bus ride on one of Northern Europe’s steepest roads (Stalheimskleiva), a cruise on Naeroyfjord & Aurlandsfjord, take the Flåm Railway to Myrdal, and then take a train onward to Oslo. It’s a big day and it also has a big price (NOK 2200), but includes your transportation across a large part of Norway.

To read more about Norway in a Nutshell, visit their website.

Norway Timber Houses

How to do Norway in a Nutshell on Your Own

You can piece together your own Norway in a Nutshell tour. Tickets can be purchased separately for the fjord cruise and the Flåm Railway. You provide your own transportation (so you will need a rental car), doing the scenic drives on your own. If you do not have a rental car, you should book the official Norway in a Nutshell tour.

Norway in a Nutshell on your own (with optional places to visit).

The following assumes you are arriving from Bergen or locations south of Gudvangen/Flåm (follow in reverse order if arriving from locations north or east of Gudvangen/Flåm).

As you drive towards Gudvangen on E16 you first want to stop at the Stalheim Hotel. You don’t have to stay at the hotel to enjoy the spectacular view of Naeroydalen valley from its rear patio. Just walk straight through the lobby to the rear of the hotel and be ready to be amazed!


Next, you have two choices for driving to Gudvangen. The less adventurous and less scenic option (due to tunnels) is to get back on E16. The more adventurous and more scenic option is drive the Stalheimskleiva. It is one of the steepest roads in Europe, complete with hairpin turns and views of waterfalls. This is a one way road that travels in the direction from the Stalheim Hotel towards Gudvangen. If the view from the Stalheim Hotel didn’t get your heart pumping then driving the Stalheimskleiva certainly will!

Now that you’ve arrived Gudvangen, if you have time, take a quick look around and then move onward to Flåm (by car: 20 km, 20 minutes drive).

Gudvangen Norway

Once you are in Flåm, you can start the fjord cruise and then take the Flåm Railway. In Flåm, there is ample parking, a large gift shop, and food options available. 

Flam Norway

The cruise will take you from Flåm to Gudvangen, sailing down Aurlandsfjord and Naeroyfjord.  

This is a view of Naeroyfjord.


Once in Gudvangen, you will board a bus to return to Flåm (make sure you purchase a roundtrip ticket so the cruise & bus are included). This takes about 2.5 hours for the entire round trip journey. For timetables and ticket reservations for the round trip fjord cruise and return bus journey, visit the Visit Flåm website. It is highly advisable to purchase these tickets in advance.

Once you arrive back to Flåm, take a round trip journey on the Flåm Railway: the round trip Flåmsbana journey to Myrdal and back to Flåm. This takes 2 hours for the entire round trip journey. For timetables and ticket reservations, click here. It is highly advisable to purchase these tickets in advance.

You’ve just completed your Do It Yourself, Norway in a Nutshell tour, covering all of the same elements provided by the packaged tour.

Tips for Booking your own Norway in a Nutshell Tickets

Book your cruise and railway tickets in advance, they do sell out!

If your desired time slots are sold out then:

  • Consider doing the Flåm Railway before the Cruise.
  • Consider starting the cruise from Gudvangen. With a roundtrip ticket you will cruise from Gudvangen to Flåm and then a bus will take you from Flåm to Gudvangen. You can then drive yourself back to Flåm for the Flåm Railway.

Bonus! Make Your Day Even Better with these Optional Excursions

From Flåm, drive up to the Stegastein viewpoint, a scenic lookout over Aurlandsfjord. It offers a spectacular view.


Stegastein View

If you are travelling north towards Laerdalsoyri then you have two options; you can take either the Snow Road or the Laerdal Tunnel.

Snow Road: From the Stegastein viewpoint you can continue on Bjorgavegen (Fv243), a national tourist road known as the Snow Road. This ride was gorgeous, even in our less than ideal rainy, overcast weather. This road is typically closed from mid-October through early June due to snowfall.

Borgavegen Road Norway

Driving Norway

Laerdal Tunnel: From the Stegastein viewpoint you can back track down to the Aurlandsfjord and take the highway E16. This will take you through the longest car tunnel in the world, a 24.5 km (15.2 mi) long tunnel.


Can’t decide between the Snow Road and Laerdal Tunnel? There is a way you can do both. Instead of booking the cruise on both the Naeroyfjord and Aurlandsfjord, you can book a car ferry from Gudvangen to Kaupanger. From Kaupanger, you have to take another car ferry (which is quick), drive towards Laerdalsoyri, and then take the Snow Road to the Stegastein viewpoint. Proceed down to Flåm for the Flåm Railway. Then as you head back north towards Laerdalsoyri take the Laerdal Tunnel. This is what we did when we were in Norway.

This alternative itinerary means you will not cruise on the Aurlandsfjord, but you will still cruise on the Naeroyfjord (the more famous of the two fjords), and you will still overlook the Aurlandsfjord from the Stegastein viewpoint. But note that this alternative option adds a lot more time to your day and any delays (two car ferries and lots of driving) could cause you to miss your Flåm Railway reservation time.

If this alternative itinerary interests you then can book the car ferry here.


Enjoy the view of Naeroydalen valley from the rear patio of the Stalheim Hotel.

Drive the Stalheimskleiva, a winding, steep road with views of the Naeroydalen valley.

Cruise Naeroyfjord and Aurlandsfjord.

Take the round trip Flåmsbana to Myrdal and back to Flåm, one of the steepest and most beautiful railways in the world.

Drive to the Stegastein viewpoint for a spectacular view over Aurlandsfjord.

Drive onward towards Laerdalsoyri via the scenic Bjorgavegen (Snow Road) or via the Laerdal Tunnel (the longest car tunnel in the world).

Useful Links:

Visit Flåm website (for booking the cruise on Aurlandsfjord and Naeroyfjord).

The Flåmsbana website (for prices, timetables, and booking your tickets in advance).

Norway in a Nutshell website (for tour options, prices, and tickets).

More Information for Your Trip to Norway:

Planning a trip to Norway? Read all of our articles in our Norway Travel Guide.

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Comments 58

  1. Hi there, thank you so much for the great post.
    My husband and I are thinking of going to Norway around Christmas 2019.
    Just wondering, do you think we can do the Norway in a Nutshell tour on our own as you have noted above (i.e driving ourselves?)

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      Yes, you can do this in the winter. There will be fewer ferry/train options since it is the low season so make sure you check the schedule so you know what to expect. And there could be several road closures due to snow (the Stalheimskleiva, the Snow Road, and maybe the Stegastein viewpoint) but as far as I know, the main roads around Gudvangen, Flam, and Bergen should be open. Cheers, Julie

  2. Hello, I’m from Brazil and me and my husband will do a road trip in Norway next july. I would like to do the NIN by my own, we are thinking in stay in an airbnb in Voss and then drive in the morning to Stalheim Hotel. My only doubt is at what time I should book both fjord cruise and the Flåm Railway. Can you help me with that? Thank you very much.

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      Hello. Click here for the fjord cruise timetable and rates. Click here for the Flamsbana timetable and rates.

      If you did the 10:30 am cruise, you would arrive in Flam at 12:45 pm. You could then do the 1:35 pm train and round trip you would get back to Flam at 3:40 pm. I picked these times assuming you were going in summer. I would give yourself 45 minutes or longer in Flam, just to give yourself some contingency time and time to get a bite to eat. So, you could even take the next train (the one after 1:35 pm). Hope this helps! Cheers, Julie

  3. I have looked into organising this ourselves, and can see its possible to get the train to Myrdal from Bergen. However I cant see a way that it is possible to do this all in one day with the timings of the boat trip, trains and flam railway.
    Alternativaly, if we rent a car from bergen, is it possible to return the car to a difficult location so that we can continue our trip to oslo after completing this tour.

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      The timing really depends on where you are starting and ending. In order to do this on your own, you need to be located near Flam for this to work. If you are starting in Bergen, you will drive to Gudvangen in the morning and start the tour as we have it written. You would not need to take a train back to Bergen because your car would be in Flam. If you do not have a rental car, you will need to book the official Norway in a Nutshell tour. And yes, you can rent a car in Bergen and drop it in Oslo but you will pay a drop fee. Cheers, Julie

  4. Hello!
    Two friends and I will be traveling to Norway in July 2019. We want to do NIN on our own, and will be spending one night at the Stalheim Hotel. I understand how to get all of the bus/train/ ferry tickets on our own, but I can’t figure out if we will be able to catch the bus that does The Stalheimskleiva from the Stalheim Hotel, or wil we just be able to catch the regional bus from there missing Stalheimskleiva. Your help would be greatly appreciated!

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      I’m not sure either (and I don’t want to give you the wrong info). I recommend contacting the Stalheim Hotel…they should be able to tell you how to do it. Cheers, Julie

  5. Hi Julie,

    your story is a great source for us. We (group of 4) plan to do our own NiN, but our concern is winter condition. Our own NiN will start on 25 Dec 2018. Do you have any information about the road condition around that time?


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      Hello Nita. I don’t know much about the road conditions in December. Snow is a possibility and suppose there is a chance that the Stalheimskleiva could be closed. And of course, the snow road could be closed as well. If you are booking a hotel in the area they could give you a much better idea of what to expect. Cheers, Julie

  6. Hi. I and my wife ´ll go to bergen in October.
    So we wanna go to Flam by train, stay overnight and after we ´ll go to Oslo.
    We would like to pick up the train from Flam – Myrdal – Oslo. I know that I buy the ticket on NSB, but the part of this path from Flam to Myrdal is the Flamsbana? Are the same stunning views and is the same train? Or I have to buy the ticket on site visitflam.com (Flam-Myrdal) and after I have to buy other ticket on NSB (Myrdal – Oslo)? We prefer to do ourselves path to path than Norway in a nutshell tour, because It´s more cheaper.
    Thank you.

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      I would only recommend doing the Norway in a Nutshell tour on your own if you have a rental car. You cannot take a train direct from Bergen to Flam. You will need to take the train to Voss and then take the bus to Gudvangen and then take the ferry on the Naeroyfjord to Flam. Or, you can take the train Bergen to Myrdal and ride the Flamsbana to Flam. If you want to cruise the Naeroyfjord, you will have to work out your transportation to get back to Flam from Gudvangen. And then you would ride the Flamsbana again to get to Myrdal. The train from Flam to Myrdal is a different train than the train from Myrdal to Oslo, so yes you will have to purchase these tickets separately. It’s complicated, isn’t it? If you don’t have your own transportation, like a rental car, the official Norway in a Nutshell is much more convenient and the way to go if you do not have a rental car and want to see everything the tour includes. Cheers, Julie

      1. Thanks for your fast answer, Julie. I don´t think complicated. I have already whole route in my mind. It was only a doubt. Because on site NBS train there is an option the path Flam-Oslo (stops 7 minutes in Myrdal) with the same price if I buy it separately. Did you understand my doubt? On site NBS shows that in the path Flam -Myrdal (Is this train Flamsbana? It´s my doubt) stops to change the train and after the trip goes on to Myrdal – Oslo (another train).
        Others steps (Bergen – Voss – Gudvangen…) I´ll buy separately too, except the step Voss – Gudvangen by bus that I can only buy onboard.
        thank you.


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          Yes, the train from Flam to Myrdal is the Flamsbana…the very scenic train ride. So you will take the Flamsbana from Flam to Myrdal and then the “regular” train from Myrdal to Oslo. Sounds like you have it all worked out. Have fun! Cheers, Julie

          1. Yes, I did. Finally, for this way, Can I buy the path Flam- Oslo on site NBS (stops 7 min in Myrdal like shows the site), can´t I?
            Thank you for your attention.


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            Seems like a small amount of time, and not having done it before, I can’t really tell you one way or the other if it’s OK. If the NBS site is letting you book it, it is probably OK, but you do run some risk of the Flam train running late. This is probably a better question for the NBS.

  7. Hello,

    I know you guys are in Norway now and doing rock climbing.!! I am following you all your travel and wish I could do like you guys are doing it.

    I am following your itinerary for first 4 days. (3 nights in stavangar and 1 night in Bergen)

    I am planning to do NIN by my own.

    I have couple of question

    1) Do you think it makes sense to ride ferry from Bergen to Flam and comeback
    * take boat again to Gudvangen
    *bus to Voss from Gudvangen
    *train to bergen from Voss.

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      Our do-it-yourself tour assumes that you have your own car. I’d simply do the tour in the order we laid out and then drive back to Bergen when you are finished. From Bergen, you drive to Gudvangen and start to the tour and after the Flam Railway drive back to Bergen from Flam. So you will not need a bus or train. If you do not have your own transportation, I recommend booking the official Norway in a Nutshell tour. I hope you enjoy Norway as much as we do!! It’s amazing. The rock climbing was a blast. We have about 3 days left here and it will be sad to say goodbye. Already we are talking about another return visit to Norway. Cheers, Julie

      1. Thanks Julie for your reply. I really appreciate that you reply.

        Currently I don’t have my own car but I am thinking about it and visit Norway like you guys did.

        I can see from the pictures that you guys had lot of fun doing rock climbing.

        Enjoy your remaining 2 days now and I am also planning my 2nd visit before going there.!! (just by reading Earthtrekkers.com).

        1. Hello Julie,
          I decided to rent a car from Stavanger to Oslo for 7 days.

          Please let me know which car rental company did you rent car?

          Which car ?

          How much it cost to you?(approximately )


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            We did this 5 years ago, so costs are going to be different now. Tim prices out several rental car companies (Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Sixt) and chooses the cheapest for the trip. This can change month by month. Currently, we are using Avis. Check out our post about driving in Europe for more info. Cheers!

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  8. Hey Guys! Great Post on how to do Norway in a nutshell! Your website is such an inspiration and your family is so cute! The more my fiancé and I just can’t get enough of your travel blogs!

    Just wanted to fire off some questions we have as we’re planning a trip to Norway this coming July:

    1) We’re on a bit of a budget and we will be flying in from Hong Kong to Stockholm, but we want to make a visit to Norway or Iceland with around 9 days, do you have any recommended places of travel or tips on budgeting while there?

    2) Your photos are amazing! What kind of camera are you using?

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      Hello! Start booking your accommodations NOW. July is peak season so the budget places will book up fast. By booking early, you can usually get the better budget accommodations reserved. Restaurants and alcohol tends to be expensive in Norway. Consider bringing snack food with you, avoid eating out at restaurants, and make picnic lunch and dinners by grocery shopping. In our opinion, Norway is a great hiking destination, which is great, because hiking is free! Trolltunga is a great hike and not too far from Flam. With 9 days, I would pick Norway or Iceland. We have not been to Iceland yet, but we absolutely love Norway (in fact, we love it so much we are going back this summer). We have a 10 day Norway itinerary that may give you ideas for your trip. All of our Norway photos were taken with the Canon 5D Mark iii. It’s an awesome camera but a beast to lug around, but I love it. It’s worth it for these photos. Have a great time! Cheers, Julie

  9. Hello, first time to visit Norway. We will be arriving June 4, departing June 11th. Considering renting a car and driving Oslo to Bergen and back. Thinking we would make the Nutshell in 2 nights but, really confused as the best way to do this. I don’t want to miss out on any must see’s and waste time going in circles, so to speak. What is your recommendation for this trip? I may even consider 3 nights and shorten the stay in Oslo by a night. Probably a better idea!? Thanks in advance from a very confused traveler ?.

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      You could book the Norway in a Nutshell Tour and use this as your transportation to get from Oslo to Bergen. Then, you could rent a car in Bergen and do a road trip through the fjords, driving back to Oslo or ending in Stavanger and fly back to Oslo. Oslo, Bergen, and Norway in a Nutshell are great, but we also recommend Geirangerfjord and Stavanger. Have you seen our 10-day Norway Itinerary? You could use our itinerary for ideas of what to see and do. If you are not a big hiker, you can skip the bigger hikes. Take a look at our itinerary and see what you think. Don’t hesitate to contact us again if you have more questions. Cheers, Julie

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      Yes, I think it would be worth it. To see the fjords and Flam valley covered with snow…I think that would be amazing. Cheers, Julie

  10. Hi,

    I’m considering do own nutshell in January next year:

    Oslo > Flam ( Train)
    Flam > Gudvagen ( Cruise)
    Gudvagen > Voss ( Bus) Which bus station should i took the bus from Gudvagen to Voss and the nearest to Train station in voss to Bergen. And should i book the bus in advance.
    Voss > Bergen

    Please advise

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      You can book Norway in a Nutshell tickets to go from Oslo to Bergen. There is a link to the official website at the beginning and at the end of this post. This is the most convenient way to get from Oslo to Bergen while riding the Flamsbana and cruising the fjords. Transportation from Gudvangen to Bergen should be included in the Norway in a Nutshell tour. Cheers, Julie

  11. Hi,

    I’m reading a lot of post the internet about Nutshell Norway, planning to do own nutshell sometime late January next year starting from Oslo to Bergen and overnight in Bergen before heading to Tromso

    Olso – Myrdal ( How to book the Train Ticket)
    Myrdal – Flam (How to Book Train Ticket)
    Flam – Gudvagen (Boat one way)
    Gudvagen -Voss (Bus One Way)
    Voss – Bergen (Train one way

    All the ticket have to book separately or how? Really appreciate your advise.
    Is it worth do it own instead of using tour.


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      This itinerary that you have listed is the Norway in a Nutshell tour. Since you won’t have a car to provide your own transportation, you should book the Norway in a Nutshell ticket. We have a link in this post where you can visit the official website and book the tickets. Cheers, Julie

  12. Love the post! We are planning similar trip, but start and end at Bergen. How long is the ferry from Gudvange to Kaupanger?

    I am considering two routes, not sure which one can work as day trip:

    1. Bergen > Flam > Flam to Gudvange route trip cruise > Stagastein > Bergen
    2. Bergen > Gudvange > Kaupanger > Lærdal> Stagastein > Bergen

    If either is too long, what’s your recommendation to take for sure? Thanks! – Haitao

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      Hello Haitao. The ferry from Gudvangen to Kaupanger takes 2 hours and 30 minutes. The drive from Bergen to Gudvangen takes 2 hours and 45 minutes one way, and the drive from Bergen to Flam takes 3 hours one way. Basically, to drive to the Norway in a Nutshell area to and from Bergen will take up 6 hours of your day.

      Your route #1 works well, but let me list it out again, just to be clear. Drive from Bergen to Flam. Take the cruise on Naeroyfjord and Aurlandfjord to Gudvangen. Make sure you book a cruise/bus combo so the bus will take you back to Flam. You then have the option to take the Flam railway to Myrdal at this point. Once back in Flam, drive to the Stegastein viewpoint and then drive back to Bergen. It will be a long but amazing day.

      I think that #2 is too much driving and what you are seeing is not as great as the Naeroyfjord and Aurlandfjord.

      Finally, since you are going round trip from Bergen, you could book the Norway in a Nutshell tour. It might save you a little time since part of the journey to and from Bergen is by train rather than by road. Just a thought.

      Cheers, Julie

  13. Hi Julie.

    The Myrdal-Flam ticket is shown as Sold out for the 12:13 train. Can I buy the ticket on board? Is the ticket checked before boarding the train on can be bought in the train as well?
    Help would be appreciated

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      If the train is sold out for one time slot, you will need to purchase a ticket for a different time slot. You need to have your ticket before boarding the train.

  14. We did a do it yourself NIN tour last month. We had a Scandinavian 8 day rail pass and used up one of the days on the tour. We did pre-book or reserve the seats on the trains, the Myrdal to Flam does get booked up with the tours. While NSB does not charge for reservations, we made ours in Canada before we left and paid a slight charge $76 including a ticketing fee for the 3 legs, Oslo to Myrdal, Myrdal to Flam and Voss to Oslo. We also booked the boat trip from Flam to Gundvagan. Altogether we paid about half of the regular tour excluding our rail pass but even including 1/8 of that we were ahead. We had snow and ice in mid-June up by Myrdal. The weather changed every 15 minutes so come prepared for cool and wet weather, it was 20 in Oslo but 8 to 10 in Myrdal and down into Flam. We left Oslo at 6 am and got back at midnight. We took the later 17:45 train from Voss and had almost the whole train to ourselves whereas the 17:00 train was very busy. You can do it in a day but it might be nicer to overnight in Voss other than the hassle of taking your baggage. Then you could take your time in Flam and Gundvagan and even Voss and see more of the local sights.

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  15. Hi Julie, I really enjoyed reading your post. It has been very informative and helpful for me as I plan my trip. Just like to check with you – for the ferry services from Gudvangen to Flam/Kaupanger (as shown in your photos) – where can I book such ferry tickets online? I am thinking of taking a ferry service (with a vehicle) from Gudvangen to Flam but I cannot find such a service online. So far I’ve only found cruises and not ferries.

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      Hello Yvonne. We bought our tickets when we arrived in Gudvangen. But you have to get there early to make sure you get a spot on the ferry. We missed getting on the ferry that would take us all the way to Flam, so we had to go to Kaupanger instead. The ferry is run by Fjord1. Here is a link to their website where they say you can purchase tickets. Unfortunately, their website does not work very well (I just tried the link to purchase tickets and it timed out). They do have a contact page where you could call or email them. Cheers, Julie

  16. Julie – have been reading and re-reading all your posts on Norway. Planning a trip there next summer (June time frame) Just curious what time of year you went on your trip? Wondering if June is too early for the summer months – hoping to be hiking the majority of the time and wasn’t sure about snow melt.

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      Hello Kelsey. We were in Norway during early to mid August. June is not too early, although from what I know, snow on the trail may be an issue during the first part of the month. Make sure you bring a good pair of waterproof hiking shoes…good for the snow and the rain. Enjoy Norway!! It’s one of our favorite places and one of the best in the world for hiking. Cheers, Julie

  17. Hi Julie – very informative and interesting.
    I am just curious – your day started from the hotel in Eidfjord to Stalheim (hotel) to Gudvangen via the Stalheimskleiva route. Then from Gudvangen due to tunnel closure you took ferry to Kaupanger, another ferry to Laerdalsoyri and then Fv243 snow route to Flam. And I am sure you stopped at several points while driving. Finally from Flam you went to Balestrand via E16/5/55 where you had hotel reservation. Was this all in one day?? And what time did you reach Balestrand? I am planning to visit this area in month and was thinking I may have to spend at least 2 days to cover this “Norway in a nutshell” on my own. So just curious if you could travel all this including 1 long ferry trip and 1 short ferry trip and all this travel in a day then I won’t have to spend extra day in that area.

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      Hello Shashi. Yes, we did all of this in one very long day. We started at 7 am and arrived in Balestrand at 9 pm. And we did not ride the train. But waiting in line for the ferry to Kaupanger, because of the tunnel closure, added 3 hours to our day (we had to sit and wait 3 hours to catch the ferry to Kaupanger). All of this can be done in one day. Just start early and expect it to be a long day. – Julie

  18. Great post! I’ve been debating whether or not to do the Nutshell tour or go our own route. Norway in a Nutshell seems the easiest. You guys always write great posts with details – I greatly appreciate it!!

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