The Geirangerfjord - Molde – the City of Roses

Geiranger with Trollstigen Pass


Price from $340

Difficulty level

Level 1: Easy - suitable for most people

Booking code



8 hours


Read the practical information below

Geiranger Norway HGR 112206 1920 Photo Agurtxane Concellon
  • Discover the area around the Geirangerfjord.

  • Experience Eagle Road and Trollstigen Pass.

  • Visit Gudbrands Gorge, sculpted by the Valldøla River.

  • Enjoy a delicious dinner at a hotel in Molde.

Please note: Due to a high risk of rockfalls, the local authority has decided to close the Trollstigen pass, leading to Åndalsnes, for the rest of 2024. As such this excursion will take an alternative route from the plateau to Molde. Panoramic views of the Trollstigen pass will still be visible from the plateau.

Explore the landscape around the village of Geiranger and enjoy panoramic views of the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord on this excursion. You’ll begin with a bus ride that winds up Ørneveien (Eagle Road), taking in the magnificent scenery as we head to Eidsdalsvatnet Lake. From there, you’ll descend back to sea level to take a picturesque ferry ride from Eidsdal to Linge.

Back on dry land, we’ll pass through stark, high-alpine areas to Gudbrands Gorge). The Valldøla River rushes through this narrow ravine. You’ll see that the water has carved deep holes and intricate rock formations.

Then, we’ll head to another highlight: the 11 hairpin turns down steep Trollstigen Pass. At the bottom, we’ll have a hot drink and a bite to eat before continuing to the gentler landscape of the Romsdalsfjord. The excursion finishes with a sumptuous dinner in Molde before you embark your ship again.

Practical information

  • Disembarking port: Landing is by tender boat, and getting on and off the boat requires a certain degree of mobility

  • Embarking port: Molde 

  • Available period: Jun 2 - Sep 1

  • Transportation: Boat/Bus

  • Meals: Coffee/tea, roll, pancake, and dinner

  • Clothes: Comfortable shoes and warm clothing

  • Please note that only excursion participants go ashore in Geiranger