Jostedalsbreen Glacier 

Norway is home to many beautiful wonders of Nature. Norway is one of the most amazing nation in Europe. You can find every bit of fun in Norway. Enriched with every kind of Natural ruling at every step. It is not some kind of small pack of beauty, No it is among the countries, where you can find whole beauty, in terms of natural and manmade beauty. Natural Parks, beautiful mountain, stunning coast areas, challenging glaciers and many many more, can only be seen in Norway. Don’t make a one day trip to here, came here for more than month because it will make your exploration more memorable. Jostedalsbreen Glacier, is the largest glacier in entire Europe.

Norway comprises the western part of Scandinavia in Northern Europe. Norway shares a 1,619-kilometre (1,006 mi) land border with Sweden, 727 kilometres (452 mi) with Finland, and 196 kilometres (122 mi) with Russia to the east. To the north, west and south, Norway is bordered by the Barents Sea, the Norwegian Sea, the North Sea, and Skagerrak. The Scandinavian Mountains form much of the border with Sweden.

Jostedalsbreen Glacier 

In the mountains of Norway there are 20 glaciers in total, and Jostedalsbreen alone is 487 square kilometers. 11 of the 20 glaciers are in Fjord Norway. So that less experienced hikers can experience the wild ice and snow landscape without exposing themselves to danger, guided tours are available in most of the glacier areas. For safety reasons, participants on these tours walk on a rope and equipment such as ropes, ice picks and crampons can be hired from the tour organiser.


Do not cross the barriers in front of the glacier without a guide! Standing too close to the glacier can be dangerous, as blocks of ice can suddenly break loose from the glacier.


The Kjenndalen valley and the Kjenndalen Glacier lie at the end of Lodal valley, 17 km from Loen and a 15 minute walk from the Jostedal Glacier lowest glacier arm. At the end of Lovatn Lake you´ll find Kjenndalsstova, a cafe which is open from May to September. Between 1980 and 1997 the glaciers grew by over 300 metres, but in the last few years the glacier arms have actually been retreating.



This beautiful glacier is the most visited place in the Earth. There are proper guides to visit these stunning, beautiful and dangerous looking glaciers. Travelling and transportation to the place is not so difficult, one can reach by any mean of transportation to the base of the glacies. As Norway is one the most visited country in Europe, so this is no difficulties in acquiring visa.