The 68 kilometre long road between Trollstigen and Geiranger is one of 18 tourist routes in Norway. Parts of this road are closed during winter; it usually openes in May and closes in October, depending on the amount of snow in the mountains.
Between Valldal and Trollstigen, 11 kilometres from Valldal, you should stop at the new view point at Gudbrandsjuvet. This is one of many architectural constructions made in connection with the road´s status as a National Tourist Route. Here you can visit Juvet Hotel. This hotel has won many prizes for its special construction and integration into its wild and beautiful surroundings. At Valldal, tasing the the strawberries from the local farms is a must - the best strawberries in the world! If you want to feel the adrenaline pumping, Valldal Naturpplevingar takes you down the Valldøla River in river kayaks or rafts.
Continue to Linge from where you cross the Storfjord by ferry to Eidsdal, a small and cosy town down by the Storfjord. Then drive over the mountainpass from Eidsdal to the steep Ørnevegen (the Eagles Road). On the upper part of the steep hillside there is a viewpoint where you can stop and see Geiranger and the Geirangerfjord from a birds-eye perspective. From here you can also see the famous waterfall "The Seven Sisters" cascading into the fjord.
Geiranger and the Geirangerfjord are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Each year, hundreds of thousands tourists visit this area. Kayaking, RIB-boating or ferry are all great ways to experience this majestic fjord. You can combine a boat trip and mountain hiking to one of many abandoned mountain farms, like Skageflå and Knivsflå, and hike the mountain back to Geiranger.
Drive to the viewpoints at Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet and Ørnesvingen (the Eagles Road) and see the view towards the Geirangerfjord and the surrounding mountains and waterfalls. If you bring your skis you can visit Stryn Summer Ski Centre, 57 kilometres from Geiranger. You can also stay a night at Hotel Union and enjoy the Spa-facilities there with wonderful fjord views.
From Geiranger, you can return back to Oslo tha same way as you came. Or you can take a bus via Grotli to Otta, from where you can take the train back to Oslo.Another obtion is to take bus via the Valdresflye National Tourist Route back to Oslo.