PRICES 2020 /
CHILDREN UP TO 15 YEARS: 500,-
BIKE RENTAL KÅRDALEN - FLÅM: 350,-
For other transportation options, ATV or minibus, send us an e-mail
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PRACTICAL INFORMATION /
Minimum weight 25kg
Maximum weight 140kg
Not allowed to be intoxicated
Health: If you are pregnant, have back-, neck-, heart-, lung problems, epilepsy or other conditions that may lead to seizures, you must consider whether it is safe to take the Zip Line
In case of bad weather, the Zip Line can be shut down for safety reasons
Bikes and larger luggage can be sent down by the elevator
HOW TO GET HERE /
You can take the Flåmsbana up to Vatnahalsen station. From the station, it is only a couple of minutes walk to the top of the zip line.
If you arrive by the Bergen line to Myrdal, you can walk the distance, only 1,5km, or about a quarter of an hours walk to Vatnahalsen. You can also take the Flåmsbana one station, to Vatnahalsen, and then you are there.
Voss station - Myrdal station: 45 minutes
Geilo station - Myrdal station: 1 hour
If you are cycling or walking from the mountains on Rallarvegen, the road goes straight by. The bike will be brought down in our elevator.
If you have a car you can drive up the valley and park a little ahead of Blomheller station. From there, it is a nice walk further up the valley, past Rallarrosa mountain farm in Kårdalen, and up the 20 curves to the top of the Zipline. This is a beautiful walk of 6km. The first 4km are easy to walk, the last two are heavier, 20 curves up the Myrdal mountain side. In return, you are close to the nature and the waterfalls that roll down the mountains.
In Kårdalen, we have a limited number of bicycles so you may ride down to Flåm after your Zip Line adventure!
Zipline-A String-Freight Elevator
The Zip Line is an old tradition in Flåmsdalen.
From mountain farms, summer farms and uncultivated areas, transport of goods, wood, hey, milk and other stuff, even animals, took place on zip lines.
Some lines were motorized, while others went on gravity.
Countless amounts of wood have been sent down to the bottom of the valley from unavailable forests.
There are stories about milkmaids who sent the Billy Goats down from the summer farms in the autumn on Zip Lines. The maiting season was then finished, and they were then only making trouble.
Some of those zip lines were also used by people!