In our  latest issue, we take a look at one of the most beautiful of Norway’s fjords

With dazzling sky-blue waters and verdant sheer cliffs, Norway’s longest fjord is one of the world’s greatest remnants of the last Ice Age.

Thousands of years ago, as ice melted from glaciers, the rising ocean levels created this magnificent valley, carving its way more than 120 miles from the ocean mouth to the foot of the snow-capped Jotunheimen mountains.

Impenetrable islets and deep waters were the perfect Viking stronghold but today you’re far more likely to encounter kayaks and pedal boats than marauding warriors.

Click here to get your hands on the latest issue of Cruise International to read our review of a cruise to the Norwegian fjords. 

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