A drive along the fjord to the idyllic fjord village of Undredal. Visit the smallest stave church in Norway and taste samples of locally produces farm products in one of the small old farm buildings by the fjord.
Flam is located in one of the innermost arms of the Sognefjord, Norway's longest fjord that is over 125 miles in length. From Flam, you will travel through the 3.15-mile long Flengjatunnel before reaching the narrow road winding through the beautiful landscape down to Undredal. This idyllic village, situated by the Aurlandsfjord, has a population of 130 inhabitants and some 500 goats! While in Undredal, you will have an outside visit of Scandinavia's smallest stave church, built in 1147, before sampling the excellent goat cheeses and other specialties made in the village. Undredal is one of the few locations in Norway that still produce this Norwegian specialty in the old fashion way. In "Eldhuset" (the fire house), you will receive an introduction on both traditional goat cheese making and mountain dairy farming. You will also have time to stroll through this picturesque village where some goats will surely keep you company!
Note: Guests must be able to walk approximately 300 yards over gravel and paved surfaces with few steps.