Strynsvatn Camping is an excellent starting point when visiting attractions in and around Stryn.

Stryn Summer Ski CentreStryn Summer Ski Centre
The Summer Ski Centre is one of the most popular attractions in Stryn.
Whether you like alpine, telemark, snowboard, freestyle or cross country skiing: at Stryn Summer Ski Centre you can enjoy the unique experience to ski on summer snow. The ski centre can offer two lifts, ski rental, ski school, cafeteria and lots of fun.

Stryn Summer Ski Centre is situated by “Gamle Strynefjellsvegen”, the old road over Stryn Mountain, 32 kilometres east of Strynsvatn Camping.

Jostedal Glacier National Park CentreJostedal Glacier National Park Centre
The Jostedal Glacier is the largest glacier on mainland Europe. The Jostedal Glacier National Park has an enormous diversity of natural environments; from deciduous forest in the lowlands to glaciers and snow covered mountains. The glacier accounts for half of the area of the national park.

The national park centre is situated in Oppstryn, 10 kilometres east of Strynsvatn Camping. They can offer panoramic film, glacier displays, wild flower garden, nature and heritage walks.

Briksdal GlacierBriksdal Glacier
The Briksdal Glacier at the head of Olden Valley, is one of the most popular attractions in all of Norway. The glacier is the most famous of the offshoots of the Jostedal Glacier. The Briksdal Glacier is 55 kilometres from Strynsvatn Camping.

There is a 2.5 kilometer track that takes you to the glacier from the car park. You can either take a walk or you can rent a horse and cart. The walk to the glacier takes about 45 minutes. Briksdal Mountain Lodge is an excellent starting point for the trip to the glacier. There is a car park, restaurant and gift shop. You can also register for a glacier walk or rent a horse and cart.

Kjenndal GlacierKjenndal Glacier
The Kjenndal Glacier, which lies at the head of Loen Valley, is the offshot of the Jostedal Glacier lowest in altitude. It is a 10-15 minute walk to the glacier from the car park. During the peak season, from June to end of August, you can enjoy a ferry trip from Sande to the Kjenndalstova lodge. A bus service will take you from Kjenndalsstova to the Kjenndal Glacier.

The glacier is 37 kilometres from Strynsvatn Camping. The trip through the Loen Valley is an experience not to be missed. The Loen Lake, high mountains, glaciers and beautiful nature make this an experience you’ll never forget.

The deep blue colour of the fjord, beautiful waterfalls, precipitous mountains and snow covered mountaisn make Geiranger one of the most beautiful pearls of Fjord-Norway. Join the fjord sightseeing, or go for a ride to the lookouts at Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet and Ørnevegen.

Geiranger is 90 kilometres from Strynsvatn Camping. The round trip Strynsvatn Camping – Geiranger – Hellesylt – Strynsvatn Camping is a magnificent daytrip. By taking the passenger and vehicle ferry between Geiranger and Hellesylt you will be able to enjoy the full length of the Geiranger Fjord, with its mountains, waterfalls and abandoned mountain farms.

West Cape - ©Terje Rakke/Nordic Life AS/Fjord NorwayWest Cape
West Cape, towering 496 meters above the sea, is the most westerly point of mainland Norway. Almost flat on the top, the plateau suddenly falls dramatically into sea. Visit Vestkapphuset, a cafe with a souvenirshop, to relax with a cup of coffee whilst admiring the panoramic view. West Cape is situated in Selje County, about 145 km from Strynsvatn Camping.