Geiranger is a small tourist village in Norway and known for its views of the Geirangerfjord, which has been listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tons of cruise ships go in and out of the port.
Per usual, one of our stops in town was a coffee shop.
Our last stop was another lookout point, Flydalsjuvet. The parking area leads to another modern lookout structure, but if you hike into the woods a bit, you can find your own personal lookout on this rock.
We passed by the Lom Stave Church, so we popped in for a look. It dates back to the 12th century and is still in use!
Next stop, we were headed to Jostedal Glacier National Park. We were in for a surprise when the roads became completely snowed in on our way there. We ended up having to do an over two hour detour to go around mountain roads. In Norway, the weather is unpredictable, and Winter is still alive and well in June.