Both the driver and the car's passengers will enjoy this car journey in the countryside of mountains and fjords, because there is ample opportunity and reason to stop. From the Troll´s path continues the road no.63 to the fjord Norddalsfjorden that must be overcome by ferry to the small settlement Eidsdal. From here continues the road no.63 up to the town Geiranger, lying on the fjord bearing the same name. In front of the town is a series of switchbacks and wonderful outlooks of the fjord. This part is also known as the Eagle Path (Ornevegen). It was opened in 1955 and the elevation is more than 650 meters. From Geiranger the road again begins to rise in numerous switchbacks and lead us to the lake Djupvatnet (1 016 m asl). From here leads a local branch to the top of Dalsnibba (1 476 m asl- toll of 60, – NOK). Round view offers mountain scenery with glaciers, lakes and fjord. The only drawback to this attractive route is the fact that many tourists come here, the roads can thus be full of buses and there may be quite a lot of people on top of Dalsnibba.