Fjord Cowork

About the project

Fjord Cowork
Live, work and experience in the fjords!

Fjord Cowork has been developed especially for those who want to travel and maybe work in the low season AUTUMN, WINTER and SPRING!

Fjord Cowork offers attractive places to LIVE, WORK AND EXPERIENCE close to the rugged and spectacular World Heritage nature around the Geirangerfjord. Through co-creation and involvement with the local communities in the villages of GEIRANGER, EIDSDAL, and NORDDAL, we will connect FJORD, WORK and PEOPLE to form a melting pot of creativity, commitment, new technology and new ideas.

Are you longing to get away? Find your peace and clear your senses in a new environment? Feel surrounded by nature, breathe fresh air, and explore new paths?

Fjord Cowork allows you to explore a new way of working and living. Whether you are looking for a cowork location, are going on workation, or otherwise. In the villages of Eidsdal, Norddal and Geiranger, you can live and work just a stone’s throw from the fjord. Spend your day as you wish, and use nature and light to bring out the best in you – at your own pace. In addition to finding your peace and concentration for work, you have several nature experiences close at hand and at any time. Maybe you want to try something new? A summit tour, snowshoeing, paddling, climbing, sleeping in a hammock, waterfall hiking – lots of possibilities await you!

An escape from everyday life, from the big city, traffic noise and stress, can benefit both body and soul. Find your time to think new thoughts, reflect and live in the moment – while getting the job done and doing what is necessary. Fjord Cowork offers a selection of office spaces, accommodation, and facilities to let you choose what suits you and your situation best. Do you want to go alone or with someone, close to various offers or far away from people? This is up to you!

The Fjord Cowork concept has been developed and supported by the Interreg North Sea Region project PROWAD Link and Møre og Romsdal County Council.

The foundation Geirangerfjorden World Heritage is responsible for and runs the website. If you have questions or need further information, you are welcome to contact us by phone at +47 70 26 38 10 or email

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