Chef Alfred is ecstatic when talking about what the Balestrand restaurant has had on its menu since September.
It’s a sweaty hike up to the summit at 1417 meters above sea level, but it is more than worth the effort.
Over half of the questions the National Tourist Routes in Norway responded to from abroad last year were about the new Gaularfjell attraction.
From the edge of this viewpoint, you can see 700 meters down to Sognefjorden.
This beautiful church is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
It has become so popular that the Chef doesn’t dare to take it off the menu.
Combine visiting the UESCO attraction with tasting the local beer.
“Children come here wide-eyed.”
The high mountains reward you with unbelievable views.
You don’t have do long hikes to find a fantastic view.
Our intention is to give the guests an even better standard and take the experience by staying at Kviknes to the next level.