fjord valley

fjord valley

[′fyȯrd ‚val·ē]
(geography)
A deep, narrow channel occupied by the sea and extending inland about 50-100 miles (80-160 kilometers).
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Bergen is known as the "Gateway to the Fjords", with its location on the Western coast of Norway sitting at the mouth of the Fjord Valley.
The one trip you should not miss is by ferry along Fjaerlandsfjord to the Norwegian Glacier Museum, with stunning audio-visual and practical exhibits to explain the gargantuan power of the ice flows which gouged out the fjord valleys millions of years ago.