The West Norwegian Fjords
Fjords are among the most dramatic and spectacular landscapes on the planet. The World Heritage Area, the West Norwegian Fjords, embraces some of the longest, deepest, narrowest and most beautiful fjords in the world. Their scenery and cultural heritage have spellbound visitors down the ages.
Many people consider the fjords the very symbol of Norway, the foremost nation of fjords in the world. It is through no mere chance that the Norwegian word "fjord" has entered the international vocabulary.
The World Heritage Area comprises two sub-areas, Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord.
In Undredal about 350 free-roaming goats inhabit the fjord-side slopes of the village, and provide milk for the production of our famous goat cheese.
There are only 66 inhabitants in Undredal, and we are all very proud of our history and traditions. Explore Undredal is able to offer you help, using our total experience, local knowledge and myths about area, like hiking from fjord to mountains. Easy trails offers spectacular views. Needless to say, Undredal is a peaceful village.