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The Flåm Railway passing through the fertile Flåmsdalen Valley next to the rushing river on a sunny day, white mountain peaks in the background
A young couple on bikes enjoying the view from the steep Myrdalen bends down the Flåmsdalen Valley
Pedestrians and cyclists travelling along the Flåmselv river on a warm summer day as the Flåm Railway passes by
2 happy people travelling side-by-side down the Flåmsdalen Valley on the Flåm Zipline
Bikes being loaded into cages at the Flåm Zipline on a rainy day
The wire for the Flåm Zipline, viewed from the top and down the really steep Flåmsdalen Valley
Rallarosa Stølsysteri in Flåmsdalen, people and goats having fun outside
2 cyclists cycling over a bridge in Flåmsdalen, seen from a bird’s eye view

Flåm Railway, Flåm Zipline and Cycling

Flåm has activities for everyone. Occasionally, you might even find it difficult to choose if you only have one day available. That’s why we’ve put together the perfect agenda for you if you’d like to experience an action-packed day in Flåmsdalen with one of the world’s most beautiful railway journeys, the Flåm Railway. Challenge yourself with the Flåm Zipline and explore spectacular nature at close quarters as you cycle down Rallarvegen.

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Photo taken from the Flåm Railway on the edge of a really steep mountainside, 2 cyclists cycling on Rallarveien 50 m further down

Flåm Railway

With the Flåm Railway, the world’s steepest, most beautiful railway journey, you’ll ascend from sea level to 867 metres above sea level in an hour through the spectacular Flåmsdalen. The journey, beginning in Flåm and ending in Myrdal, will take you through magnificent mountains, fertile nature and rushing waterfalls with steep drops. From the Flåm Railway, you can see the beautiful waterfalls of Kjosfossen, Kårdalsfossen, Rjoandefossen and Brekkefossen. The train makes a brief stop at Kjosfossen, where you can get out and take photos at close quarters.

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Best time to go


Period: From 30.04 to 15.10 2022

Offer price, adults/children: From NOK 1499 / From NOK 1099 per person 

This offer is valid for online booking only

  • Flåm Railway to Vatnahalsen 
  • Scandinavia’s longest zipline 
  • Bicycle hire, Kårdal - Flåm (Rallarvegen)

Note: It’s important to choose a Zipline departure that matches the arrival of the Flåm Railway at Vatnahalsen as Zipline tickets are valid for 1 hour

Duration: 3-6 hours

Bikes: Must be returned to the Quay at Flåm Marina by: 20:00.pdf

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A goat looking surprised at Rallarosa Stølsysteri in Flåmsdalen

Flåm Railway - Facts

  • Length of the Flåm Railway 20.20 km
  • Difference in elevation 863.5 m
  • Highest station 865.5 metres above sea level
  • Lowest station 2.0 metres above sea level
  • Steepest slope 55‰ – 1:18
  • Section > 28% 16 km – -79.3%
  • Min. curve radius 130 m
  • Gauge 1435 mm
  • Voltage 15,000 V – 16 2/3 Hz
  • Max. speed, kph 40 kph
  • Journey time 60 minutes
  • Tunnels 20
  • Bridges 1
  • Water tunnels 4
  • Stops 8

Flåm Zipline - Practical info

  • Minimum weight 25 kg.
  • Maximum weight 140 kg.
  • Being under the influence of alcohol is not permitted.
  • Health: If you are pregnant, have problems with your back, neck, heart or lungs, epilepsy or other diseases that may lead to attacks, you should decide for yourself whether taking the zipline is a good idea.
  • In bad weather, the zipline may be closed for safety reasons.
  • Bikes and large luggage can be sent down in the lift at no additional cost.

Flåm Zipline - Facts

Scandinavia’s longest zipline: 1381 metres

Top speed: Around 100 kph

Height difference: 305 metres

Rallarrosa Stølsysteri

The adrenaline will still be pumping when you ‘land’ at Rallarrosa Stølsysteri at the end of the zipline. Use the time here to share the experience with others and lower your heart rate with some delicious cheese, snacks, a light meal and drinks while you take in your fantastic surroundings.

Traditional brown and white cheese is made here from fresh, raw goat’s milk. The goats at the farm come from Sogn Jord- og Hagebruksskule and Dalsbotten, a farm about 10 km further on in the valley.