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Sykkeltur på Primhovda, Ål i Hallingdal
Sykkeltur på Primhovda, Ål i Hallingdal.
Photo: Vegard Breie
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On two wheels

Take a ride on the mountain bike, down steep hills or cycle on idyllic mountain paths. You are welcome to stop by one of the mountain farms or hotels along the ride and get the taste of Hallingdal from local food. With bike rental and organized trails, it is easy for the whole family to spend the summer on the bike.  
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Mountain biking in Ål

The trail code

Manners and common sense on the trail

Having great trails to ride on is not a right, but a privilege. The Norwegian Organization for Mountain Biking (NOTS) urges everyone to be considerate of the trails and ski trails. Here are the most important guidelines for trail-wit.

  • Be considerate and give way for pedestrians and skiers.
  • Limit your speed, avoid being a danger or nuisance to others.
  • Avoid making new trails.
  • Don't cross the ski tracks more than necessary.
  • Don't ride on vulnerable trails just after periods of heavy rainfall.
  • Don't ride in the ski trails when it is breakthrough snow.
  • Don't make the trail wider.
  • Carry your bike through marshlands to prevent deep grooves. 
  • Don't lock the rear wheel when riding down steep hills.
  • The biker riding uphill has the right of way.
  • Avoid riding in the most popular ski trails during peak hours on weekends and public holidays.



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