In the vicinity of Sogn og Fjordane is one of the most impressive natural wonders of Norway, Jostedalsbreen Park. This park holds the largest glacier in the entire continent of Europe. It is even famous throughout the entire world because it is so beautiful with its two branches or arms, the Briksdalsbreen and Nigardsbreen. Spectacular waterfalls, wild rivers, green valleys, wild nature, nice trails and of course the magnificent glaciers await us in the nearly 1310 square kilometers covered by this park. It has been melting over recent years, which has led to shaping a spectacular landscape where streams and valleys dotted here and there with whimsical waterfalls create a beautiful natural spectacle, but that's not all, if you are fit, nothing recommended over a leisurely stroll to the foot of Briksdalsbreen and once there calzarte crampons and under the supervision of a guide to venture onto the ice of the glacier for an unforgettable trekking. You can choose a variety of ways to cross the park, as well as choose to go ice climbing, glacier trekking and skiing on ... It is important to remember that the glaciers here are in steady decline as the Briksdalsbreen backed over 22m last year ... A penalty
Near Sogn og Fjordane, you can find one of Norway's most imposing natural wonders: the Jostedalsbreen National Park. In the park's interior, you can also find the Jostedalsbreen glacier, the largest glacier in continental Europe, famous around the world for the beauty of the Briksdalsbreen and Nigardsbreen branches of the glacier. Spectacular waterfalls, wild rivers, green valleys, pure wilderness, nice trails, and, of course, amazing glaciers fill up almost 1,310 square kilometers.