Briksdalsbre is located some 180 miles (290 kilometers) from Oslo, the capital of Norway, and about 100 miles (161 kilometers) from Bergen - Hordaland.
See for yourself exactly why Fjord Norway is so loved by by international and local tourists alike, by renting a vehicle and setting off to explore the many natural and man-made attractions surrounding Briksdalsbre. Roughly 17 miles (27 kilometers) away lies Stryn. Head here to see the Bodalsbreen and Kjenndalsbreen.
Around 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the northeast of Briksdalsbre is Rana, an important regional center where you'll find Arctic Circle Museum (Polarsirkelsenteret), National Library (Nasjonalbiblioteket) and Mo Church. Svartisen and Havmannen are among the many other attractions here that should be included on every visitor's to-do list.
The best places for travelers to visit when they discover a place they have never been are the spots that offer a snapshot of the local culture. Don't miss Fjord Norway's art galleries, art museums and history museums. Spend the time to really understand Fjord Norway by discovering its history. A great way to begin is by visiting the area's fortresses.
This region offers plenty of laid-back activities. Set aside some time for wildlife watching or cycling and let your stress melt away. If you enjoy the water, plan to enjoy some watersports. Surfing is a popular option here and another popular watersport on offer is canoeing.
You'll hate to say "Ha det bra" (farewell) to this interesting part of the world.