Norway still has the imprint of the glacier era. In ancient times, the entire territory of Norway was covered with ice and snow. The Brixdale Glacier is the branch of the Josta Darblin Glacier, Norway's largest glacier. The Brixdale Glacier is one of the most popular glacier attractions in the Jostedal Glacier National Park. The Jostedal Glacier is Norway's largest glacier. The glacier giant covers an area of 486 square meters, with a depth of 400 meters deep and a height of 1950 meters above sea level. One of the famous travel magazines, “Dream World Cruises”, listed Brixdale Glacier as one of the most beautiful spots in the world in 2010.