Kinsarvik, named after the wild Kinso river which runs through the village, is the starting point for the hike to four stunning waterfalls in Husedalen valley. The first two are approximately half an hour simple hike from the starting point. The next two are a good 4 hours hike away, make sure that you have proper hiking gear before you venture on this trail. Coming back to Kinsavik, visit Hardanger Bestikk, the largest cutlery manufacturing unit in Scandinavia. The family run company organises a free guide tour everyday at 1pm. It give a sneak peak in the culture of the region.
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228 Kms from Kinsarvik
Though a 1000-year old city, it flaunts a modernist architecture. The city fairly simple to navigate and one can just pick a few maps and guides and set out on a self-guided tour. Some of the major attractions include the Akershus Fortress, the national theatre, Royal palace, Oslo Cathedral, Nobel Peace Centre, Frogner Park, amongst others.
76 Kms from Kinsarvik
This is the view of the Bergen city from the Floyen mountain. It is a beautiful city with amazing fjords and definitely worth a visit if you are planning to go to Norway.
58 Kms from Kinsarvik
Flam line is 12.6 mile long railway between Mydral and Flam in Norway. The gradient of the rail line is very steep (elevation difference is 863 meters) and the views are just amazing. It is one of the most visited tourist spots in Norway because of awesome views, waterfalls, mountains and small houses.
221 Kms from Kinsarvik
Lillehammer is the perfect place to do nothing. Apart from a museum and the site of the 1994 winter Olympics, there's nothing to see and yet, so much to see. Walk around and you will find quaint cobbled streets, a church with a graveyard, a moose that has walked into a pub, and a bank with a cow painted on the outside. Sit in a garden and read a book, and its easy to lose track of how much time you spend in Lillehammer.