Flåm, or how to feel like a tiny ant in a big world

I don’t think I’ve ever felt as small in this big old world as I did during our short time in Flåm. Flåm is a wee village in Norway surrounded by the biggest mountains I’ve ever seen. Everywhere I turned, I was faced with sheer mountainsides, and I couldn’t be happier!


Transporting yourself to Flåm is pretty easy, and offers you the opportunity to take one of the most scenic (and steepest) railways in the world: Flåmsbana Railway. We took a train from Bergen to Myrdal, and then the Flåm Railway. The railway between Flåm and Myrdal only operates a few times a day during December, but the lines of communication between the Flåmsbana crew and external operators is really great. If your train to Myrdal is running late, the Flåm railway will wait for you!

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