Sverre Hjørnevik /visitnorway.com
Jostedalsbreen National Park is one of Norway`s most famous parks.
The area itself covers 1,310 square kilometres, and the biggest glacier Jostedalsbreen is located here, which is the greatest glacier in mainland Europe.
Jostedalsbreen divides two of the longest fjords in world, Sognefjord and Nordfjord. Related to the climate changes, the seasonally melting water from the glacier creates beautiful glacial rivers, which is one of the highlights of the Jostedalsbreen National Park.
The area is an amazing place for all nature lovers and shows all from lush valleys, alpine valleys and an arctic climate. The park is in general only visible on foot because of the wild nature.
600,000 people visit the Jostedalsbreen National Park every year.