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The Rauma Rail, Norway’s most beautiful and wildest train journey. The 110 km long Rauma Rail goes between Dombås and the end station, Åndalsnes. Møre and Romsdals only train tracks were completed in 1924 and goes through some of the wildest nature Norway can offer. Trollveggen, Romsdalshorn and Karlskråtind are among the mountains you’ll see on the trip. 

You will also see the work of skilled engineers, such as Verma Vendetunnel and Kylling Bridge along the Rauma Rail. The Rauma Rail is not only a train trip; it is also a magnificent nature experience. There are daily tourist trains on the Rauma Rail during the summer season. Contact Åndalsnes Tourist information for information and tickets.

The train has huge panorama windows,so you can sit back and enjoy the view. The train takes you over 32 bridges amongst them, the famous Kylling Bridge.The train follows the Rauma River for most part of the journey. Strong, clear colours as fas as the eye can see. You will experience steep mountains that falls down to the bottom of the valley, and majestic peaks to green valley sides on the way to the mountain plateau, further into un spoiled national parks and big reindeer herds. At Bjorli there is great terrain for hiking in the mountains, summer and autumn, and for the winter is is very good skiing opportunities. Bjorli is one of the places in Norway where there is guaranteed snow in the winter.

Planning your next summer holidays now?

During the summer months, June to August, you’ll get an extra experience on the Rauma Rail. On the most spectacular places, the train will go very slow, and at Kylling Bridge and at trollveggen, the train will go to a full stop, so that you can be able to take good photos. During that journey you will be guided in Norwegian, English and German. On the train you will receive a brochure on the sights along the train ride and a map that shows the whole journey. You can also book a apackage deal where The Rauma Rail is included, along with other hilg lights of Fjord Norway such as Geirangerfjorden, Ålesund, The Bergen Rail and The Flåm Rail.