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Biking the Rallar road

Biking the Rallar road Photo: Norske Bygdeopplevelser Biking the Rallar road Photo: Flåm Utvikling/Thor Andresen Biking the Rallar road Photo: Norske Bygdeopplevelser
Biking the Rallar road Photo: Norske Bygdeopplevelser
Biking the Rallar road Photo: Flåm Utvikling/Thor Andresen
Biking the Rallar road Photo: Norske Bygdeopplevelser

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Haugastøl- Finse- Flåm- Haugestøl
Enjoy the wild and beautiful nature of Norway's westcoast, with sheltered fjords, lush, green valleys, spectacular waterfalls and rushing river rapids. The contrast and experiences are of a wide scope and just have to be experienced to be believed!
Rallarvegen is the most popular cycling route in Norway, offering both a historical and close-to-nature adventure. The road is 82 km long and the scenery varies immensely, from Arctic high mountain nature across Hardangervidda to the opulent green Flåmsdalen valley. Although the road standard is rather rough along the route, there is little or no tourist traffic, and there are some asphalted stretches here and there. The trip can be made between 10. July - 18. September.
Day Stages: 27/55 km.
Suitable for: Adults with bicycle exercice and children from 12 year.
Price 2014 from
NOK 3975,- per person in double room.

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  • Cycling Cycling

Hours

7/14/2014 - 9/24/2014
Mon - Sun

Transportation


The trip starts and ends up at Haugastøl. Possible to reach from Oslo or Bergen by train.

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Biking the Rallar road

Haugastøl- Finse- Flåm- Haugestøl Enjoy the wild and beautiful nature of Norway's westcoast, with sheltered fjords, lush, green valleys, spectacular wa...

Biking the Rallar road

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