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Hellesylt, Norway

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An important and well-protected trading station since prehistoric times, HELLESYLT is now little more than a stop-off on tourist itineraries, with most visitors staying just long enough to catch the ferry down the fjord to Geiranger. For daytime entertainment, there is a tiny beach beyond the mini-marina near the ferry quay, the prelude to some very cold swimming. Or you could splash about (as many do) in the waterfall in the village centre, but by nightfall, when the day-trippers have departed, Hellesylt is quiet and peaceful. The tourist office (June & late Aug to Sept Mon– Fri 9am–6pm, Sat & Sun …
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The hostel has a beautiful location, overlooking Geirangerfjord. Ample possibilities for fishing in the nearby rivers, lakes and the fjord. There are ...