Geiranger round trip by helicopterThis is undoubtedly the most spectacular way to see the fjord, the glaciers and the rugged, snow-capped mountains. Designed to thrill, the flight is relaxed and leisurely, whilst revealing a dramatic panorama of the Geirangerfjord and surrounding mountains. You’ll fly the entire length of the famous fjord, rising from sea level to spectacular alpine scenery. The flight path takes you from the magnificent Mt. Dalsnibba, past rugged cliffs, cascading waterfalls, fjord farms, snow-capped mountain peaks, glaciers with crevasses and icefalls, and back to the lush green of the fjord below.
Trip no. 1: 15-min round flight
- Duration: 15 mins in the air
- Departure: 13 May – 2 September 2015 (other dates on request)
- Prices 2015: Adult NOK 1,300, children (3-12 years) NOK 900
- Capacity: 4–7 places
- Flight path: Above and along the Geirangerfjord, across the glaciers, finishing by flying over the Mt. Dalsnibba viewpoint
- Tickets: Book online (min. 8 passengers per day – the helicopter is not based in Geiranger but will do tours if 8 passengers have booked tickets). We refund your credit card account if there are fewer than 8 passengers (we’ll send you an e-mail after 17.00 the day before if we need to cancel because of too few passengers/weather conditions)
- Flights, landings and routes may vary due to weather conditions and are at the pilot’s discretion
- Flight times are approximate and include your landing
- Minimum passenger numbers apply. Bookings will be combined to achieve this where possible.
- Bring sunglasses, sturdy footwear and a camera.
The helicopters we use are recognised internationally both for safety and for being the best suited to scenic flights.
Tour no. 2: 1-hour round flight
- Duration: 1 hour in the air
- Departure: May – September
- Prices 2015:
- EC120 Helicopter: NOK 17,000 max. 4 passengers
- EC130 Helicopter: NOK 24,000 max. 7 passengers
- Capacity: 4–7 places per helicopter
- Flight path: Above and along the Geirangerfjord to Hellesylt, following the Hornindal valley to Hornindalsvatnet (the deepest lake in Europe, 514 m deep). From here, we continue to the eastern parts of the Nordfjord and Oldedalen valley, surrounded by the majestic Jostedal glacier. Briksdal, Brenndal and Myklebust glaciers. From here, we continue over the Loendalen and Stryndalen valleys, passing a mountain chain on our way to Mt. Dalsnibba and Geiranger.
- Tickets: Book online or e-mail us: email@example.com
- Refund: We’ll refund your credit card if we can’t fly because of poor weather.