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Aurlandsvegen - Mountain road

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Aurlandsvegen - Mountain road Photo: Erik den yngre
Aurlandsvegen - Mountain road Photo: Bernt Rostad

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The mountainroad between Aurland and Lærdal is open from the 1st of June to approx. 15th of October. From Aurland to the viewpoint- Stegastein - 7,5 km -the road is open all year. The crossing Aurland - Lærdal- Aurlandsfjellet  is 48 km and the highest point 1306 m a.s.l. Fantastic view - snow along the road most of the summer - also called the "Snowroad".
Recommanded Bus lenght 12,4 meter.

NEW VIEWPOINT PLATFORM at Stegastein - parking/toilet.
Also parking 3 km direction Lærdal to marked hiking trails with fjordview and mountain peak Prest - 1363 m.a.s.l.

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6/1/2013 - 10/15/2013
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Aurlandsvegen - Mountain road

Aurlandsvegen - Mountain road

The mountainroad between Aurland and Lærdal is open from the 1st of June to approx. 15th of October. From Aurland to the viewpoint- Stegastein - 7,5...

Aurlandsvegen - Mountain road

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