Ca. 40 km to Briksdalsbre Fjellstove. From there you can ride in a Troll vehicle almost up to the glacier, or you can walk. (ca. 40 mins) right up to the edge of the glacier.
On the way to the Briksdalen valley you’ll drive from Olden, along Lake Oldevatnet. A boatride on the lake can be booked by groups.
Famous for the rock avalanche disasters from Mt. Ramnefjell in 1905 and 1936. Ca. 40 km drive in to Kjenndalsstova cafeteria. Boatrides also on Lake Loen. Breathtaking scenery!
The majority of our guests make the day trip to Geiranger, 110 km from Innvik.
The Panorama Road (Panoramavegen)
The Panorama Road is located at Nordsida and travels through awe-inspiring scenery, and with many easily accessible cultural-historic attractions. You are rewarded with great views all along the road, and of course even better when you look across the fjord and see our hotel!
The Old Stryn Mountain Road (Gamle Strynefjellsvegen)
Old Stryn Mountain Road (regional road Rv. 258) is one of our National Tourist roads, and the more than 100-year old road winds its way over the mountains between Stryn and Skjåk.
Kråkenes lighthouse is a weather station that collects vital data. Amazing view towards Stadhavet
170 km from the hotel is Norway’s westernmost point of land. Also possible to take a boat trip over to the cloister ruins on the island of Selja.
The Christian, Irish princess Sunniva drifted ashore after having escaped from a forced marriage to a heathen home in Ireland. Later, Selje Cloister was built here in the 12th century by Benedictine monks.
Lake Hornindal (Hornindalsvatnet)
Lake Hornindal is the deepest lake in Europe, 514 metres. No glacier rivers/streams run into the lake, subsequently making this Northern Europe’s clearest lake.
Hoven Loen – opening in 2017
Hoven Loen, one of the largest and most spectacular tourism projects in Norway, will open in the spring of 2017.
From the fjord building the gondola starts its ride up the Hoven mountain (1011m above sea level). After a few minutes of floating in the air you arrive at the mountain building and the restaurant where you can enjoy a 210 degree panorama view of Skåla and lake Loen in the east, the Jostedal glacier and Olden in the south, and the Nordfjord meandering towards Stryn in the west. From Hoven you can experience the mountain’s comprehensive web of trails by yourself or with a guide – on foot, riding a bike or skiing.
The possibilities are endless – the choice is yours.