Norway is a Nordic country located in the west of Scandinavia, bordering Sweden to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The coastline is extremely winding, forming a unique fjord scenery in Norway. Its northern part extends to the northernmost point in Europe, and the southern end faces Denmark across the sea. Norway's territory is long and narrow from north to south, the coastline is unusually tortuous, and there are many coastal islands, reaching 150,000, so it is called "the country of ten thousand islands".

The fjords are the most representative landscape in Norway, and even geologists refer to Norway as a "fjord country". Only after enjoying the endless winding fjords on the west coast of Norway and the fjord scenery constructed by countless glacial relics, can you feel the most breathtaking charm of this magical country.

Norway has the famous four fjords, if you travel to Norway, you must not miss it. Let's find out!


Geirangerfjord is located in the north of Bergen on the southwest coast of Norway. It is the most beautiful and mysterious place in the Norwegian fjords. The Geiranger Fjord is 16 kilometers long, with mountains over 1,500 meters above sea level standing on both sides. The Geirangerfjord is known for its numerous waterfalls, many of which plunge into the fjord with steep rock faces. At the top of the fjord is the village of Geiranger, which is only accessible by a few 1,000-meter-long roads winding down the hillside, and many tourists come to vacation on foot in summer.


Lysefjord is located in southern Norway and is 42 kilometers long. The entrance to the Lysefjord is Stavanger on the west coast of Norway. The river winds its way between jutting cliffs and towering mountains. There are huge rocks on both sides of the bank, among which the 600-meter-high cliff Brekeström is the most worth seeing place. Standing on the rock, you will feel as if you are floating in the air, and you can strongly feel the majestic vitality of nature. Located in western Norway, Stavanger is an ideal starting point for excursions to the Lysefjord, from where you can also take a sightseeing boat tour.


Sognefjord is the largest fjord in Norway and the longest and deepest fjord in the world, with a total length of 204 kilometers and a deepest point of 1308 meters. The mountains on both sides are high and deep, and the bottom of the valley is steep and vertically long. The rock formations on both sides of the fjord are very hard, mainly composed of granite and gneiss, mixed with a small amount of limestone, dolomite and marble. You can also cross the waterfall on a local Norwegian train.


Hardangerfjord is located in Hordaland county in the heart of western Norway. With a total length of 179 kilometers, the Hardangerfjord is the second longest fjord in Norway and the third longest in the world, with a deepest point of 800 meters. Hardangerfjord is the gentlest and most idyllic of the four fjords. The grasslands, cliffs, fjords and wooden houses here are harmoniously integrated, like a fairyland.