Down along the Briksdalen Valley
After admiring the ice blue Briksdalsbreen, heading back down the trail.
Advancing from the mountains towards the ocean, the ice wall cut through mountain gorges and fjords, breaking the rocks and carrying their fragments in itself. When retreating, these blocks of stone were found in those places where they were caught by the melting of the ice.
"RAM's foreheads" are protrusions of bedrock smoothed and polished by a moving glacier. Usually their slope, facing in the direction from which the glacier moves, is smooth and smooth-ground, with a characteristic rounded profile, the opposite-more steep and uneven.
Regular tourist visits to the glacier began in 1880, when a road was built to it. Then travelers were taken to the glacier by horse-drawn transport. Now tourists are offered "Troll cars", but most prefer to walk to enjoy the beauty of the gorge.