The Northernmost Tramride in the World

Experience Trondheim in the vintage carriage of the northernmost tram in the world! Enjoy a spectacular view of the city’s colorful houses, before we take you to new highs at the ski jumping hill of Granåsen. The excursion ends in the city center of Trondheim with a photo stop at the marvelous Nidaros Cathedral.

  • Tram ride in vintage carriage from 1950s with local guide
  • Northernmost tram in the world
  • Beautiful views of Trondheim
  • See ski jump arena Granåsen used in the 1997 World Championship
  • Take photos of the magnificent Nidaros Cathedral, the coronation church of Norway and pilgrimage goal
  • Direction

    Northbound Direction

  • Season

    Autumn (Sep - Oct), Winter (Nov - Mar), Spring (Apr - May)

  • Difficulty level

    Level 1: For everyone*

  • Duration

    2 hours, 30 minutes

  • Min. passengers

    10

  • Max. passengers

    32

  • Booking Code

    HR-TRD3I

  • From

    $ 120

  • Notices

    Limited physical activity. The tour may operate in reverse order.

A short bus ride brings you to the tram stop in the city center. From there, you travel in a vintage carriage on the northernmost tram in the world, passing colorful houses and the remnants of the city wall of Trondheim. The Gråkallbanen line has operated since 1924 on 5.4 miles narrow gauge tracks from the city center to the suburbs of Trondheim.

You will enjoy a spectacular view of Trondheim in a carriage from the 1950s, before you arrive at Lake Lian (Lianvatnet), the final destination of the tram line. From here the bus takes you to the ski-jump area of Granåsen, built for the World Championship in 1997. You will have time to marvel at the big jumps that are used both in summer and winter times for practice and competitions.

Afterwards the bus will take you back to the ship via a short drive through the center of Trondheim and a photo stop at the Nidaros Cathedral – Norway’s national shrine. It has a history of over 1,000 years and is the pilgrimage destination of the north due to its location on the grave of Saint Olav. The astonishing west front and the stained-glass window will certainly take your breath away.

Practical information:

  • Port: Trondheim
  • Approximate arrival/departure times: 8:45 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
  • Duration: 2h and 30mins
  • Operating dates: September 15 - May 15
  • Languages: Norwegian, English, German (French and other languages on request)
  • Limited physical activity. The tour may operate in reverse order.
  • Note: Not available December 24