The town of Andalsnes near the Romsdalsfjord attracts keen anglers from all over the world - among them the Prince of Wales - eager to try their luck in battle with the famed salmon stocks of the Rauma river.
Sportsmen of a different kind - climbers - also flock to Andalsnes, to scale the nearby Trollwall wall, the highest rock face on the continent, set amid a spectacular glacial landscape which punctuates a fertile countryside that is the focus of intense agriculture, particularly Valldal strawberries and other fruit production.
Sixty years ago, Andalsnes was the site of some fierce fighting during the Second World War, involving British troops. Much of the town was destroyed and has been reconstructed, giving modern-day Andalsnes a bright appearance and pleasant atmosphere.

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Arrival (Video)



Andalsnes to Tresfjord by Bus

Tresfjord to Stordal by Bus



Stordal: Panoramic View of Storfjorden

Stordal: Panoramic View of Storfjorden (Video)



Stordal to Valldal by Bus




Valldal (Video)

Valldal to Gudbrandsjuvet by Bus




Gudbrandsjuvet (Video)



Gudbrandsjuvet to Stigrøra by Bus

Stigrøra and Panoramic View of Trollstigen



Panoramic View of Trollstigen




Trollstigen (Going Down)




Trollveggen (Video)

Samsara Spa



Samsara Spa (Video)