Silversea Luxury Cruises A ANDALSNES

Åndalsnes is located at the mouth of the river Rauma, at the shores of the Romsdalsfjord, one of the fjords protected as a UNESCO world heritage site. Famous in the 19th century for salmon fishing, the Rauma flows through the Romsdalen Valley widely considered some of the most breathtaking scenery in all of Norway. Although the river’s salmon stocks are now being replenished, today Andalsnes is better known as a centre of excellenece for Norwegian alpine sports. Mountaineering, climbing, hiking and even base jumping are all readably accessible. View more

A newly opened Norwegian Mountaineering centre boasts Norway’s highest indoor climbing wall. Some 15 kms out of Andalsnes is the Trollstigen (Troll Road), a mountain road that climbs the pass between the Isterdalen and Valldal valley. It’s one of Norway’s major attractions due to the steep inclines and eleven hairpin bends, only open in the summer months. Equally exciting is a three hour round rail trip from Andalsnes to Dombas on the Rauma Railway line. A feast for the eyes from the comfort of a carriage, mountains, valleys and waterfalls come into sight, as the route follows the Rauma river. Trains thoughtfully slow down at the most photogenic spots. A feat of civil engineering the track passes over countless bridges and through tunnels, the train even performs a 180 degree turn underground. Easily missed, look out at the train station in Andalsnes for a chapel converted from an old red "Intercity Special" railway carriage. The only train chapel in Norway and perhaps the world!

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    jul 20 2020
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Excursões em ANDALSNES

Norwegian farm Visit

Make an enjoyable visit to the idyllic Woldstad Farm, nestled within the stunning Kyrkjetaket and Gjuratinden mountains, just outside the village of Isfjorden. The farm carries on its family traditions established in 1654, with consistent ownership and operation by the Woldstad family. Today the farm's campus is made up of 12 buildings, some of which date back to the 1500s. The farm's original main barn is now a restaurant, converted with careful attention to preserving its original beams and other charming details.


Depart by coach and drive just a short distance (10 minutes) to arrive at the lovely Woldstad Farm. Your host awaits you to offer a warm Norwegian welcome. Receive an introduction to what life is like on an old family farm, with a window on its history as well as the chance to experience Norwegian culture for yourself. Your host encourages questions, as the farm owners are passionate about sharing how life in this challenging (yet scenically beautiful) place has changed over the centuries.


After a tour, enjoy a tasting of local specialties made right on the farm as well as produce grown here. Try the svele (a traditional, thick pancake), or some apple or blueberry pie, along with locally-made cheese and homemade jams. For food-lovers, the highlight of this tour is learning how to bake your own svele.


Take some time to wander the farm on your own, taking pictures, visiting the farm shop, the local art gallery, or just absorbing the beauty of the setting. Return to the pier.



Please note: This excursion involves moderate activity of at least 30 to 45 minutes of walking and standing, with some steps to negotiate, making it unsuitable for wheelchair-confined passengers. Guests must be able to board the coach with limited assistance. There is only approximately 200 meters of total distance around the farm, over unpaved natural terrain and some hilly areas; if guests with limited mobility can manage this much walking with a travel companion, then the tour may be suitable for them. Guests are recommended to wear comfortable clothes suited to the day's weather and comfortable, flat shoes. Space on this tour is quite limited; we suggest you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Rauma Valley by train and bus

Experience the magnificent beauty of the expansive Romsdal range and fjord during this scenic, half-day excursion through the Rauma Valley.


Åndalsnes Village, Romsdalsfjord, Rauma Railway Station

Depart the pier for the short, guided walk to the Rauma Railway Station. Åndalsnes is a beautiful village situated on the Romsdalsfjord, and terminus for the Rauma Railway line connecting the Romsdal district with eastern Norway and the capital, Oslo. Åndalsnes Village was bombed and almost destroyed during World War II, but it has been rebuilt along modern lines. The scenery is a dramatic; high mountains with jagged peaks surrounds the village.


Train-Ride, River Rauma, Mount Romsdalshorn, Trolltindane, Troll Wall

Upon arrival at the Rauma Railway Station, your tour begins with a panoramic train-ride. Your route follows the renowned River , which abounds with salmon and has been a favourite amongst English anglers for more than a century. To the left, take in splendid views of the approximately 5,085-foot-high (about 1,550-metre-high) Mount Romsdalshorn. To the right is the Trolltindane, whose towering peaks reach a height of approximately 6,168 feet (about 1800 meters), and the Trollveggen, or 'Troll Wall', whose vertical, overhanging wall is over 3,281 feet (about 1,000 metres) in height. A photo stop is made here on the return journey.


Lesjaskog Lake, Waterfalls, Kylling Bridge, Bjorli Railway Station, Valley, Troll Wall

Next, continue through the fascinating landscape along the River Rauma that descends from the Lesjaskog Lake, and forms many attractive waterfalls on the way. From here, cross over the Kylling Bridge, which offers a dramatic view down into the canyon approximately 180 feet (about 55 metres) below, with a foaming river at the bottom. Built exclusively from natural stone, this bridge is an impressive work of engineering. Upon arrival at the Bjorli Railway Station, which stands approximately 1,883 feet (about 574 metres) above sea level, board a coach and drive down one of Norway's most beautiful valleys, which features impressive peaks rising straight up from the valley floor. A photo stop is made at the 'Troll Wall' massif, which is popular among mountain-climbers. Afterward, re-board your coach and commence the short drive back to the pier.

Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking for approximately 219 yards (about 200 metres), at times over uneven surfaces, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach and board/de-board the train. This tour is not suitable for guests with a fear of heights, guests prone to motion sickness, guests with a fear of tunnels, guests with limited mobility, and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a weatherproof jacket from the ship. One group starts out by train and returns by bus, whilst the second group leaves by bus and returns by train. The tour sequence may vary. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions.

Stave Church, Troll Wall and Troll Road

Discover the spectacular natural topography and religious history of Norway during this picturesque, half-day sightseeing excursion.


Åndalsnes, Isfjorden Village, Leirheim Farm, Rødven Stave Church

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately 35-minute minute drive to the Rødven Stave Church. En route, pass by the village of Isfjorden, noted for its little clothing and woodworking factories, and Leirheim Farm. Upon arrival at the Rødven Stave Church, a visit is made to this historic building, which dates from the 14th century and is now in the possession of the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Norwegian Monuments.

The wooden stave churches of Norway are the most famous and characteristic achievements of medieval Norwegian architecture. The distinguishing feature of their construction is the use of vertical planks, or 'staves', which are either anchored in the ground or connected to a horizontal base.


River Rauma, Mount Romsdalshorn, Trolltindane, Troll Wall

Next, re-board your coach and head back towards Åndalsnes, then proceed along the renowned River Rauma, which abounds with salmon and has been a favourite amongst English anglers for more than a century. To the left, take in splendid views of we have views of the approximately 5,085-foot-high (about 1,550-metre-high) Mount Romsdalshorn. To the right is the Trolltindane, whose towering peaks reach a height of approximately 6,168 feet (about 1800 meters), and Trollveggen, or 'Troll Wall', whose vertical, overhanging wall is over 3,281 feet (about 1,000 metres) in height and popular among mountain-climbers.


Trollstigen Road and Viewpoint, Stigfoss Waterfall

After driving close to the Troll Wall, head further up the valley to the Trollstigen Road (Troll's Road), which winds its way around 11 narrow, hairpin bends blasted out of the mountainside. Halfway up, the Trollstigen Road crosses the Stigfoss Waterfall, which features a fall of approximately 590 feet (about 180 metres). Your last stop is at the Trollstigen Viewpoint, located at the top of Trollstigen Road. Upon arrival, you may opt to ascend the 81 steps to the viewing area for spectacular panoramic views of your surrounds. At the conclusion of your visit, commence the approximately 45-minute drive back to the pier via the same road.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking for approximately 875 yards (about 800 metres), at times over uneven surfaces, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach, ten steps at the Rødven Stave Church and 81 optional steps to access the Trollstigen Viewpoint. This tour is not suitable for guests with a fear of heights, guests prone to motion sickness, guests with a fear of tunnels, guests with limited mobility, and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a weatherproof jacket from the ship. The tour sequence may vary. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions.

Åndalsnes to Molde overland- Troll Road, Stordal Timber Church and ferry ride

Explore the breath-taking mountains, valleys, gorges, rivers, and waterfalls between Åndalsnes and Valldal during this panoramic, full-day sightseeing excursion.


Åndalsnes

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately three hour drive from Åndalsnes to Valldal. Åndalsnes is a beautiful village situated on the Romsdalsfjord, and terminus for the Rauma Railway line connecting the Romsdal district with eastern Norway and the capital, Oslo. Åndalsnes Village was bombed and almost destroyed during World War II, but it has been rebuilt along modern lines. The scenery is a dramatic; high mountains with jagged peaks surrounds the village.


River Rauma, Mount Romsdalshorn, Trolltindane, Troll Wall

Your route to Valldal proceeds along the renowned River Rauma, which abounds with salmon and has been a favourite amongst English anglers for more than a century. To the left, take in splendid views of the approximately 5,085-foot-high (about 1,550-metre-high) Mount Romsdalshorn. To the right is the Trolltindane, whose towering peaks reach a height of approximately 6,168 feet (about 1800 meters), and Trollveggen, or 'Troll Wall', whose vertical, overhanging wall is over 3,281 feet (about 1,000 metres) in height and popular among mountain-climbers.


Sogge Bridge, Isterdal Valley, Mountains, Troll's Road, Stigfoss Waterfall, Plateau

Next, cross over the Sogge Bridge en route to the Isterdal Valley, which is surrounded by wonderful mountains with majestic names, such as the approximately 5,295-foot-high (about 1,614-metre-high) King, approximately 5,144-foot-high (about 1568-metre-high) Queen and approximately 4,757-foot-high (about 1450-metre-high) Bishop. From here, drive up to the Trollstigen Road (Troll's Road), which winds its way around 11 narrow, hairpin bends blasted out of the mountainside. Halfway up, the Trollstigen Road crosses the Stigfoss Waterfall, which features a fall of approximately 590 feet (about 180 metres). After a photo stop at this stunning waterfall, continue your ascenExplore the breath-taking mountains, valleys, gorges, rivers, and waterfalls between Åndalsnes and Valldal during this panoramic, full-day sightseeing excursion.


Åndalsnes

Depart the pier for the scenic, approximately three hour drive from Åndalsnes to Valldal. Åndalsnes is a beautiful village situated on the Romsdalsfjord, and terminus for the Rauma Railway line connecting the Romsdal district with eastern Norway and the capital, Oslo. Åndalsnes Village was bombed and almost destroyed during World War II, but it has been rebuilt along modern lines. The scenery is a dramatic; high mountains with jagged peaks surrounds the village.


River Rauma, Mount Romsdalshorn, Trolltindane, Troll Wall

Your route to Valldal proceeds along the renowned River Rauma, which abounds with salmon and has been a favourite amongst English anglers for more than a century. To the left, take in splendid views of the approximately 5,085-foot-high (about 1,550-metre-high) Mount Romsdalshorn. To the right is the Trolltindane, whose towering peaks reach a height of approximately 6,168 feet (about 1800 meters), and Trollveggen, or 'Troll Wall', whose vertical, overhanging wall is over 3,281 feet (about 1,000 metres) in height and popular among mountain-climbers.


Sogge Bridge, Isterdal Valley, Mountains, Troll's Road, Stigfoss Waterfall, Plateau

Next, cross over the Sogge Bridge en route to the Isterdal Valley, which is surrounded by wonderful mountains with majestic names, such as the approximately 5,295-foot-high (about 1,614-metre-high) King, approximately 5,144-foot-high (about 1568-metre-high) Queen and approximately 4,757-foot-high (about 1450-metre-high) Bishop. From here, drive up to the Trollstigen Road (Troll's Road), which winds its way around 11 narrow, hairpin bends blasted out of the mountainside. Halfway up, the Trollstigen Road crosses the Stigfoss Waterfall, which features a fall of approximately 590 feet (about 180 metres). After a photo stop at this stunning waterfall, continue your ascent to the plateau, which is surrounded by mountain peaks and typical mountain scenery.


Gudbrands Bridge and Gorge, Valldal, Lunch, Storfjord, Stordal Church, Sjøholt, Vestnes, Molde

A bit further along we reach the highest point of the Trollstigen Road, at approximately 2,789 feet (about 850 metres). A short photo stop is made at the Gudbrands Bridge, which spans the Gudbrands Gorge. This approximately 16.4-foot-wide (about five-metre-wide) gorge features an approximately 66-foot-82-foot (about 20-metre-25-metre) vertical drop. Continue on to the fertile Valldal area, which is noted for its strawberry production. After a stop for lunch, drive along the Storfjord (Big Fjord), and visit the old Stordal Church, an octagonal timber-church built in 1789, and adorned with a very colourful and richly-adorned interior. Re-board your coach and drive through Sjøholt. Upon arrival at Vestnes, embark a ferry for a ride across the Romsdalsfjord to Molde, then board a coach for the short drive to the pier.


Please note: This tour involves a moderate amount of walking for approximately 437 yards (about 400 metres), at times over uneven surfaces, with a few steps to negotiate to get on/off the coach and embark/disembark the ferry, and at the Stordal Church. This tour is not suitable for guests with a fear of heights, guests prone to motion sickness, guests with a fear of tunnels, guests with limited mobility, and guests who utilise a wheelchair. Guests are advised to wear warm, comfortable clothing in layers with flat, closed-toe walking shoes, and bring sun protection and a weatherproof jacket from the ship. The Stordal Church may be closed on short notice, and prompt an exterior visit only. The tour sequence may vary. Operation of this tour is subject to weather conditions.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.