Skagehola to Geiranger is a 6.8 kilometer moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Stranda, Møre og Romsdal, Norway that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking.

6.8 km
640 m
Point to Point



Starting in Skagehola hike along the small path that winds its way up to the historical farm 250 meters above the fjord on a cliff’s edge. From the farm the trail continues all the way back to Geiranger via Homlongsætra and Homlong. On the way up to Homlongsætra at 550 meters above the fjord, it can get quite steep at times, but the trail has been secured with ropes at the most crucial points, so it is safe and also suitable for children. If you’re looking for an extended hike and panoramic views there is a trail from Homlongsætra up to Skagedalsætra and eventually Keipane, at 1,379 metres above sea level. The return trip to Keipane will add about 10 km to your journey. Otherwise it’s a steady 3 kilometer downhill trek to Homlong and then on to Geiranger.