Europe’s highest fjord view by road – 1500 meter

Imagine standing on a mountain top, breathing good mountain air and enjoying the views over snow-covered mountains and the Geirangerfjord, part of the West Norwegian Fjords UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can experience all this – and more – at Dalsnibba. And guess what? You don’t even need to walk a single step.

Road status

The road to Dalsnibba is closed for the season.


Book tickets for the toll road


Realtime view from the top.

How to get here

Directions and map

Geiranger Skywalk


Mt. Dalsnibba’s new viewing platform was officially opened in August 2016. Thanks to its ingenious floor surface and glass guard Geiranger Skywalk gives you a sensation of floating! With a clear drop of approx. 500 m, you can enjoy magnificent views of Geiranger and Blåbreen glacier.
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The Dalsnibba shop


Our shop, located in the distinctive service building at the top of Dalsnibba, sells souvenirs you won’t find anywhere else. We also offer a range of locally sourced products such as juices and jams. And who knows, perhaps the offer of the week will be just what you’re looking for!
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Experiences around the clock


There is much for you to discover at Dalsnibba. Bring a packed breakfast to Dalsnibba to eat while enjoying the sunrise, or round off the day with a magical sunset over the World Heritage Site. Late in the season, the spectacular canopy of stars on a dark August night is something you’ll never forget.
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The Nibbevegen road


The road up to Dalsnibba is one of the most ambitious road-building projects ever seen in Norway. Along the way, you’ll find info boards telling the unique history of the road, which is a sequence of hairpin bends and an experience in itself. It also gives a foretaste of the spectacular views awaiting you at the top to whet your appetite!
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