Fuglesteg is an old mountain farm, towering high above Fortun. People have been living there since 1650, and today the Norwegian Trekking Association runs an unstaffed tourist cabin on the farm. The trail starts on the first bend in the road above the Coop supermarket in Fortun.
With a free fall of 218 metres, the Feigumfossen waterfall is one of the highest in Scandinavia. A particularly impressive view of the waterfall on the south side of the Lustrafjord can be had from on board the sightseeing boat running round trips on the fjord. The walk up to the waterfall is an attraction in itself.
The Heiberg Collections opposition in magnificent surroundings, enjoying between Sogndal and Kaupanger. The museum is one-of dei most distinguished in the country, with activities for all the family. In addition to the collections, the museum activity trails for young and old, and about sommaren host the conduct gardener used with old livestock breeds in traditional cultural landscape.
Urnes Stave Church is one of Norway’s most significant cultural monuments and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its northern portal is of particular significance. Urnes can be reached by ferry or water taxi from Solvorn, around 5 km from Eikum Hotel.
The Jostedalsbreen glacier is the largest glacier on the European continent. Jostedalen Breførarlag organises trips on the Nigardsbreen and Fåbergstølsbreen side branches. The Jostedalen valley is also home to the Breheimsenteret visitors’ centre. The centre adds to the outdoor experience with its displays of natural and cultural history. It also provides information about trekking on the Jostedalsbreen glacier.
The Sognefjellet National Tourist Route is a spectacular journey across Northern Europe’s highest navigable mountain pass. The highest point on the Sognefjellsvegen road is 1,434 metres above sea level. Route RV55 between Lom and Luster is a National Tourist Route, and facilities have been provided for tourists.