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Mountain biking in Valdres
Mjølkevegen in Valdres.
Photo: Birgit Haugen
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Explore the friendly cycling paths of Valdres

An open mountain landscape, grand views, cute sheep, friendly hosts and home-cooked meals are a few reasons to give Valdres a chance on your next cycling holiday.

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See all the interesting offers from Valdres on a map.

Cycling in Valdres
The Mjølkevegen cycling route stretches between Vinstra in Gudbrandsdalen and Gol in Hallingdal, passing through the northern and western… Read more
Mjølkevegen cycling route (250 km)
Vaset - Stølsvidda - Golsfjellet (35 km one way) This is the perfect cycling route for less experienced cyclists or families who dream about a… Read more
Mjølkevegen Family Route (Vaset - Stølsvidda - Golsfjellet)
Mjølkevegen via Bygdin and Eidsbugarden  Vinstra - Jotunheimvegen - Bygdin - Eidsbugarden - Tyinkrysset - Slettefjell - Beitostølen… Read more
Mjølkevegen Scenic route (160 km)
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    Getting here and around

    • By plane

      By plane

      The nearest international airport is Oslo Airport, located 175 kilometre south from the regional center of Fagernes and 215 kilometre from Beitostølen. Rental cars available at the airport.

    • By bus

      By bus

      From Oslo Central Station/Oslo Airport, there are express bus services available to Fagernes and Beitostølen. There are also bus services from Bergen, Lillehammer, Gjøvik and Gol.

    • By train

      By train

      If your starting point is Gol or Vinstra, we recommend taking the train from Oslo Airport/Oslo Central Station. At the station, you can book a pick-up service to your hotel/lodge.

    Safety on two wheels

    Tips to keep you on the straight and narrow

    When cycling on the roads in Norway, the same traffic regulations and road signs apply to you as to cars and other vehicles: Keep to the right, give way to those coming from your right, and don’t drink and bike.

    You may cycle on the pavement, but adapt your speed. You may not cycle on motorways and dual carriageways. Always wear a helmet when cycling. A high visibility vest is a good idea, especially on busy roads. Only children under the age of 10 may be carried as passengers.

    Your bike must have

    In darkness and poor visibility make sure your bike is equipped with a white or yellow light in the front, and a red light in the back. You also need a red reflector in the rear and white or yellow reflectors on the pedals.

    Make sure your bike has two brakes that work independently of each other and a bicycle bell.

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