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Flåm Zipline

Experience the Flåm Zipline, the longest zipline in Scandinavia with a span of 1,381 metres. This breathtaking zipline starts at Vatnahalsen near the Bergen Line and the Flåm Railway and ends up in Kårdalen close to the Rallarrosa Cheese Farm, in the upper part of the Flåm valley. Welcome to a RAW experience!

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Overview picture of the Flåm Zipline location at top of Flåm valley


Between Eastern and Western Norway, where Skarvheimen meets the Sognefjord and the Bergen Line meets Flåm Railway, is Vatnahalsen (820 metres above sea level). Here you are in the midst of the Fjord Landscape of Western Norway – one of the wildest and most beautiful places in the world.

Note: It is only possible to get to Vatnahalsen and Flåm Zipline by train. From Kårdal, where the zipline ends, you can either walk or cycle back to Flåm. It is also possible to walk 2,5 kilometres to Blomheller, the nearest train station, and get on the next train. Make sure to book tickets and check the train schedule in advance.  

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Scandinavia's longest zipline: 1,381 metres

Maximum speed: Approx. 100 km/h

Height difference: 305 metres

Opening hours: 10:00–17:00

Bikes: To be delivered at quay towards Flåm Marina by 20:00.pdf

Notice! Rental bikes in Kårdal is exclusive to Zipline customers

How to get there: The Flåm Railway to Vatnahalsen. Walk or cycle back to Flåm from Kårdal, the end of the zipline. It is also possible to walk to Blomheller station and take the next train back. 

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Combine with Flåm Railway and bicycle

To make the experience even easier, you can book a package that combines everything you need for a perfect half day trip from Flåm. Start with the Flåm Railway from Flåm to Vatnahalsen, continue on the zipline down to Kårdal where you pick up bicycles and cycle back to the fjord. 

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Goats grassing outside 'Rallarosa Cheese Farm' located at bottom Flåm Zipline

Rallarrosa Cheese Farm

Your adrenalin will still be pumping when you arrive at Rallarrosa Cheese Farm at the end of the zipline. Spend some time at the farm sharing your experience and unwind with some great cheeses, snacks, light meals and drinks, while taking in the stunning scenery. We make traditional brown and white cheese from fresh, unpasteurised goat's milk. The goats that graze our summer pastures come from the Sogn School of Organic Agriculture and Horticulture and from Dalsbotten, a farm around 10 kilometres further down the valley. We are at the summer farm from mid-June until mid-September.

A white goat standing in front of camera looking curiously
Man securing two bikes in Flåm Zipline steel cage

One-way train tickets and transport from Kårdal

Practical info

  • Minimum weight 25 kg.
  • Maximum weight 140 kg.
  • It is not permitted to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Health: If you are pregnant or have back, neck, heart or lung problems, or you suffer from epilepsy or any other condition that could result in seizures, you should consider whether it advisable to to use the zipline.
  • In the event of bad weather, the zipline may be closed for safety reasons.
  • Bikes and larger items of luggage can be conveyed by a separate zipline at no extra cost.

Getting there

  • Take the Flåm Railway to Vatnahalsen station. From the station, it takes only a couple of minutes to walk to the top of the zipline.
  • If you arrive at Myrdal on the Bergen Line, it takes approx. 15 minutes to walk down to the top of the zipline. Or you can take the Flåm Railway one stop to Vatnahalsen station.
  • If you are cycling or walking the popular Rallar Road, the zipline is situated close to the road. Bikes can be conveyed on a separate zipline at no extra cost.
  • In Kårdalen there are a limited number of bikes for rent. This means you can ride down to Flåm after the zipline adventure. Distance: Kårdalen - Flåm 14 km.

Ziplines are a longstanding tradition in the Flåm valley

The ziplines ('løypestreng') were primarily used to transport goods, timber, hay, milk barrels and even animals from mountain farms and rocky outcrops.

Some ziplines were motorized while others operated via gravity.

There are rumours that goatherds sent their bucks via ziplines when the autumn mating season was over as they were totally mischievous. Sometimes people also had to take the cableways.

…So, now it's your turn!

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