Kjeasen Mountain Farm, Eidfjord Municipality

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Perched on a mountainside surrounded by tall pines and mist, Kjeasen Mountain Farm sits 600 m (1,969 ft) above the fjord below. A trail leads hikers up the mountainside to this farm's now-famous location. For a long time you could only get there on foot, but now a single-lane winding road and hand-carved tunnel give cars access as well. Note, however, that the narrow road requires a strict traffic system: cars can only go up on the hour and down on the half hour. If hiking, the route takes 1.5 hours in each direction. Spectacular views make the trip worthwhile. Use our Eidfjord family vacation planner to visit Kjeasen Mountain Farm on your trip to Eidfjord, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • I put very good because it is away from the tourists and you can enjoy a nice view, although Norway is surrounded by beautiful places like this or more. We went by car. Is a road close that as well say, can access to it every half hour. The previous day it had rained a lot. We had intended to do a 3 hour hike, but we arrived already advanced overnight. The doubts were dispelled when we find us a father who had done with his son and told us that he did not recommend it because the ground was very muddy. So we did a few pictures from the viewpoint and went down with this father and his son who had asked us to please take them to avoid having to come back down to the difficulty of the road.
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  • You have to have enough time to spare: the visit is short but the way to get on and off is one way of alternating half an hour within half an hour. If you want to go to the farm don't go, we found closed but didn't see spaces in which to see a real farm-just a food court! Nice landscape instead of the fjord!
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  • You should be fit and have no problems with his knees. We have ascended the pulpit and thought... Yeah, that we create so too loosely. The way is much more adventurous and steeper. When it rains, you should go never because it's too slippery. There are steep ladders to cope. Once at the top is an amazing view to enjoy. Open or to visit nothing but in August unfortunately...
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