After having introduced you to the fiords and mountains of Sunnmøre, it is time to introduce you to Norway’s – and the world’s – longest fiord: Sognefjorden. It is more than 200 km long. The deepest point of the fiord is 1308 meters! The prefecture is called Sogn og Fjordane, but I usually say that «I go to Sogn».（ソグン・ォ・フィオーラネ県）
In August I visited a friend in Sogn with Japanese friends. To get there we drove for many hours. We also had to border a ferry.
My friend’s house is close to the fiord. In good weather with no wind the fiord is really beautiful, isn’t it?.
Lustrafjorden – the innermost branch of the Sognefiord.
Going for a walk along the fiord we met some cows. The fences and the gates are meant to keep cows and sheep within and keep the deer out.
Sogn og Fjordande prefecture and the Sognefiord are north of Bergen, but south of Sunnmøre.
I will publish more from our trip to Sogn in the near future (Urnes Stave Church, food, glacier etc).
More information about Sogn og Fjordane and the Sognefiord: