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The old main road of West Norway

The old main road of West Norway Photo: Region Stavanger, Carmen Cristina Carpio Pettersen
The old main road of West Norway Photo: Region Stavanger, Carmen Cristina Carpio Pettersen

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The old trunk road between Hølland at Ogna and Hegrestad, constructed in 1840, is no longer in use. It was the first road built in Rogaland county to cater for use of vehicles. The road passes through a hilly landscape and forms a 7 km long stretch of the North Sea Cycle Route.

It was opened as a tour road in 1994 and along the road you will find information boards with about nature and culture.

Parking: Ognahallen, Ogna, Hegrestad near Hellvik. Train to Hellvik or Ogna.

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The old main road of West Norway - Photo: Region Stavanger, Carmen Cristina Carpio Pettersen

The old main road of West Norway

The old trunk road between Hølland at Ogna and Hegrestad, constructed in 1840, is no longer in use. It was the first road built in Rogaland county to c...

The old main road of West Norway

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