Route Highlights

Lillehammer – start/finish

Lillehammer, nestled in Norway’s Gudbrandsdalen valley, is a picturesque town surrounded by snow-capped mountains and tranquil lakes. Famous for hosting the 1994 Winter Olympics, it’s a haven for winter sports enthusiasts with world-class ski resorts like Hafjell and Kvitfjell. The cobblestone streets adorned with colorful wooden houses create a storybook ambiance, while the Maihaugen open-air museum offers a glimpse into Norway’s cultural history. Storgata street, with its boutique shops and inviting cafes, adds charm to this historic town. Lillehammer encapsulates Norwegian beauty and hospitality, making it a delightful destination for exploration and relaxation alike.


Vindhellavegen, also known as the Wind Road, is a historic and scenic mountain pass in Norway. It’s renowned for its steep and winding route, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The road is often challenging to navigate, making it a thrilling experience for adventurers and a popular route for those seeking picturesque drives in the Norwegian mountains.


Aurlandsvangen is a charming village situated on the shores of Aurlandsfjord in Norway. Nestled in the picturesque fjord landscape, Aurlandsvangen is known for its stunning scenery, traditional architecture, and a serene atmosphere. Aurlandsfjord, part of the larger Sognefjord system, is celebrated for its deep blue waters surrounded by towering mountains, creating a postcard-worthy setting. Visitors often explore the fjord by boat or enjoy the scenic drive along its shores for a captivating Norwegian experience.


Flåmsdalen is a scenic valley near Flåm, Norway, embraced by majestic mountains and adorned with picturesque landscapes.


The famous hairpin turns of Myrdalsvingane, between Flåmsdalen and Finse.

Grimsdalen Naturreservat

Grimsdalen Landscape Conservation Area is a beautiful valley that stretches from Dovre in the west to Folldal in the east. Grimsdalen is bordered by Dovre National Park on one side of the road and Rondane National Park on the other. Along the Grimsdalsvegen there is gravel and is just as suitable for an excursion by bicycle as a day trip by car or motorbike. The road is normally open from the beginning of June to the beginning of October, and is closed in winter.


Lærdalsøyri, a captivating village along the shores of Lærdalsfjorden in Norway, boasts vibrant wooden houses and a rich cultural tapestry. Its cobblestone streets offer a historical journey, while Lærdalsfjorden’s dramatic scenery, framed by steep mountains, paints a stunning backdrop. The fjord’s tranquil waters create an idyllic setting, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts and those seeking serene escapes. Lærdalsøyri and Lærdalsfjorden together form a harmonious symphony of picturesque landscapes and cultural charm, inviting visitors to experience the essence of Norway’s coastal beauty.


Flåm, a quaint village in Norway, is embraced by breathtaking fjords and surrounded by majestic mountains. Its allure lies in charming wooden architecture, the iconic Flåm Railway’s dramatic ascent, and the serene Aurlandsfjord. A gateway to Norway’s stunning landscapes, Flåm beckons nature enthusiasts and those seeking a tranquil escape.


Finse is a remote mountain village in Norway, situated at an elevation of 1,222 meters (4,009 feet) above sea level. Known for its stunning glacial surroundings, it’s a popular destination for hikers and nature enthusiasts. The village is a stop along the scenic Bergen Line railway, offering access to pristine wilderness and remarkable high-altitude landscapes.


Rallarvegen, or the Navvies’ Road, is a historic and scenic cycling route in Norway. Originally built for the construction of the Bergen Line railway, it now offers a picturesque journey through diverse landscapes, including mountains, valleys, and waterfalls. The route spans from Haugastøl to Flåm, providing cyclists with a unique and immersive experience of Norway’s natural beauty and railroad history.