We are closely connected in our villages, which has led to strong bonds and a sense of belonging.
Maybe you would also like to meet someone? We have a Fjord Cowork host – look below.
Would you instead participate in one of the activities arranged by the sports teams and others? You are most welcome!
Doing something for the local community and helping to preserve the World Heritage can be helpful and give you new, exciting networks. Perhaps practical work, photography or communication is something for you? Feel free to contact Merete in the Geirangerfjorden World Heritage Association: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Fjord Cowork hosts
Feel free to contact our hosts – they would really like to meet you! They are here to help you settle when you arrive and can help you with any questions.
Hosts in Eidsdal
Marion loves music and singing and pursues this as much as she can. Otherwise, she works in the kindergarten for Norddal and Eidsdal, among others.
Tel +47 484 03 315
Kristian and Anne run a farm with horses and sheep. They like to hike in the mountains, are keen helpers in the Red Cross and are active in the area’s climbing community.
Anne Louise V. Indreeide and Kristian Indreeide
Tel. +47 900 25 029
Margreta Veiberg is the most active retired horticulturist we know. She knows most of what there is to know about growing green plants and is also involved in the Red Cross – and much more.
Tel. +47 911 76 632
Hosts in Norddal
Maciek and Agnieszka are running Hyke Studio and are passionate about video, web design, photo and branding. They moved to Norddal a few years ago!
Jan Kåre and Else Ragni work with carpentry and research and are otherwise fond of all sports and outdoor activities. Jan Kåre grew up in Eidsdal, and together they have lived in Norddal for “ages”.
Jan Kåre Eide and Else Ragni Yttredal
Tel. +47 41 61 34 03
Hosts in Geiranger
Camilla loves nature and tourism – and to meet new people. She grew up in Eidsdal but now lives in Geiranger.
Camilla Rønneberg, Geiranger
Tel. +47 97650005