Max. depth. 1,308 m (4,291 ft) The Sognefjord or Sognefjorden ( Urban East Norwegian: [ˈsɔ̂ŋnəˌfjuːɳ], English: Sogn Fjord ), nicknamed the King of the Fjords ( Norwegian: Fjordenes konge ), is the largest and deepest fjord in Norway. Located in Vestland county in Western Norway, it stretches 205 kilometres (127 mi) inland from the ...
- 4.5 km (2.8 mi)
- 1,308 m (4,291 ft)
- Vestland county, Norway
The Sognefjord is the longest fjord adventure in Norway. The fjord is 20 4 kilometers long and 130 8 meters deep. T he Nærøyfjord, a branch of the Sognefjord, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The Sognefjord consists of the fjord arms Fjærlandsfjord, Aurlandsfjord, Nærøyfjord, Lærdalsfjord, Sogndalsfjord, Årdalsfjord and Lustrafjord ...
The special thing about the Sognefjord is the fjord villages, small communities dotted along the mighty Sognefjord. The Sognefjord offers visitors unique cultural heritage. A trip along the Sognefjord is a fairy tale that will take you through wild and beautiful nature, idyllic fjord villages, exciting activities and accommodation close to the ...
The Sognefjord – Norway’s longest & deepest fjord. and the second longest fjord in the world. The Sognefjord has several beautiful fjord branches, such as the narrow Naeroyfjord & the Aurlandsfjord. The fjord stretches more than 200 km inland from the western coast north of Bergen. The Sognefjord reaches a maximum depth of 1308 m below sea ...
Norway’s longest fjord, the Sognefjord, is located in the heart of Norwegian fjord country and extends more than 200 km (120 miles) inland. The Sognefjord is often called "The King of fjords" and extends 204 km (127 miles) inland, has a maximum depth of 1,308 meters and the mountains surrounding the fjord tower to heights of 2,000 meters.
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