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Kjeåsen mountain farm is described as the world's most isolated settlement, it is like an eagle's nest 530m above the Simadalsfjord. The road to the farm starts in Simadal, about 10 km from Eidfjord/Rv7. Due to narrow road, hourly driving has been...more
Drove by car on a rainy day
Agree with others that not much to do there other than enjoy a breathtaking panorama and lush green fields on the mountain slope.
Glad we did it but the view is not exceptional and you will experience similar...More
We rented two electric Renault Twizys in the village and made our way up to the farm.
The drive is fun, lots of cool views and a narrow and dark tunnel.
Up there the view is cool, unfortunately only a “so so” waffle was sold....More
We hiked the old path to the farm from the fjord a 530 meter ascent. It is steep and probably not for the faint hearted, but a very uniqie experience. We used 4,5 hours round trip with lots of photo stops and lunch by the...More
Very close to Eidfjord town if you have a car. Have to go up the hill on a narrow road and pass through a one way tunnel. Once you reach up , there are 2 small farm houses , we were not very impressed by...More
This is one of the farms that you can drive upto. The road is narrow and needs careful driving. You won't regret the detour and if you are not planning any major hikes around Geiranger farms - this is your best bet. The views are...More
It was interesting experience to drive up to Kjeasen trough long and dark tunnel. It was a little bit scary but worth the time to drive up and see lovely landscape. If you going to Eidfjord don't miss this spot also on a rainy day!...More
we went up in early June and there were only 2 other people up there. It was a clear day and the views were magnificent.The tunnel up is fairly narrow and you need to get the timing right to avoid other cars.Wonderful wildflowers and old...More
I'm sure I'm a bit late to respond, but it might be of help to others. In order to get to the farm if you don't have your own vehicle, I'd suggest hitchhiking with other tourists. You can either get a ride all the way up, or... More
I'm sure I'm a bit late to respond, but it might be of help to others. In order to get to the farm if you don't have your own vehicle, I'd suggest hitchhiking with other tourists. You can either get a ride all the way up, or get dropped off in Simadalen to ascend the old, steep mountain path on foot. Walking is generally not an option considering it's prohibited to walk through the tunnel and it's quite a walk from Eidfjord.