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Fåvang

Kvitfjell-Gumpen runden (21,5 km)

This route goes at nice gravel roads from GudbrandsGard Hotel heading north through open cultural- and mountain landscape.

Øyer

Familieturen (16 km)

From Mosetertoppen, we have created a high-quality bicycle gravel track leading through easy terrain.

Fåvang

Kvitfjell - Storfjellet (38,6 km)

With Gudbrandsgard as starting point, follow the way-marked bicycle route to Svinslåa.

Fåvang

Kvitfjell-Digeråsrunden (28 km)

This route goes at nice gravel roads from GudbrandsGard Hotel heading north through open cultural- and mountain landscape.

Gålå

Gålå Årstulrunden (25,3 km)

This route is very nice for the whole family and goes mainly at nice gravel mountain roads at the mountain plateu of Gålå. From Gålå you ride east at the road Peer Gynt vegen.

Gålå

Gålå Jetningen Rundt (10,9 km)

Easy route at the mountain plateau of Gålå. The route starts at gravel roads to Triltåsen.

Gålå

Seterrunden (22,9 km)

Easy route at gravel roads from Gålå to Fagerhøi. Take left at gravel road to Vendalen and Åsavarpet.

Øyer

Birkentesten (35 km)

This is the route used for the “Birketest”, and will determine whether your fitness level is good enough to take on the Birkebeiner MTB Race.

Fåvang

Kvitfjell-Skardbua-Fagerhøi (46,7 km)

At Skardbua, the mountain biking route starts with high-standard and challenging tracks leading up to Slagfjella and on to Røgnhøgda before it ends with a downhill section to Fagerhøi.
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