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Beitostølen

Bygdin - Bygdisheim (6 km)

GRADE: Easy. Recommended for families with young children or less experienced cyclists. No traffic. ROUTE DESCRIPTION: From Beitostolen, drive to the...

Beitostølen

Beito circle (13,7 km)

TYPE: Easy/Moderate, but a steep climb the last two km. Paved road with some traffic. Not recommended for small children. DESCRIPTION: Follow Road...

Beitostølen

Slettefjell circuit (57,8 km)

TYPE: Difficult DESCRIPTION: Follow road 51 to Skammestein and turn right towards Ryfoss. Stay on this road and keep going in the direction of Ryfoss...

Beitostølen

Beitostølen to Haugseter (50 km round trip)

GRADE: Easy - moderate DESCRIPTION: This cycling route to Haugseter can start from Beitostølen, or by the parking area at the entrance of the Jotunhe...

Beitostølen

Øyangen circuit from Beitostølen (32.5 km)

TYPE: Moderate day-tour. Not recommended for small children DESCRIPTION: Follow road 51 to Skammestein and turn right towards Ryfoss. Keep following...

Kristiansand S

Cykling in Randesund

The bicycle trip in Randesund consists of varied landscape through forest areas with tarn and lakes. It continues out to the coast with the ocean and coastal rock near the road.

Kristiansand S

Cykling to the Cannon Museum

The road out towards the Cannon Museum follows along the highway where you can make detours to other objects of interest.

Kristiansand

Cykling - the Lund district

The Lund district is a residential area with everything from villas to apartment buildings.

Voss

Train and Bike in Flåm

The trip starting from Flåm and take the Flåm Railway up to Myrdal, you fellow the same train down to Berekvam. At Berekvam you will meet your guide...
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