Alan Rogers Review
Maurangerfjord is a steep-sided arm leading off the eastern shore of the middle reaches of the Hardangerfjord. Sundal Camping is divided into two sections: a wooded waterfront site, between the local road and the fjord, which combines camping with a small marina; and an open meadow site uphill of the local road. In total there are 60 pitches for touring and ten cabins for hire. Sundal is not only ideally situated for Folgefonn; it is also the nearest site to the charming small town of Rosendal, famous for the stately home of the celebrated Rosenkrantz family. The village of Mauranger commands magnificent views across the waters. Cutting through the village is a turbulent stream, popular with those in search of trout.
Its waters are ice cold, for they descend from the nearby Folgefonn ice-cap and its renowned glacier, an hour’s brisk walk from the village.
Two well equipped toilet blocks provide most facilities. Stream and sea fishing. Canoe, rowing boat and bicycle hire. Small shop (24/6-15/9). Restaurant during high season and large barbecue area beside stream.
- Bicycle Hire on Site
- Accommodation to Rent
- Bar Nearby
- Fishing on Site
- Lake/River Beach Onsite
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
Either from Route 48 which crosses Hardangerfjord by ferry from Gjermundshavn to Lofallstrand from where road 551 runs northeast for 16 km. along the fjord waterfront to Mauranger/Sundal. Or from Odda on 550 and 551 through an 11 km. long tunnel (toll). 5 km. from toll plaza signed.