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Rallarvegen (the Navvies Road)
Rallarvegen (the Navvies Road).
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Fjord routes for families

Heaps of easy cycling options, fairy-tale landscapes and little traffic: The Sognefjord and other areas of Fjord Norway is a hit for families with children who love bicycling.

Idyllic fjord villages, quiet gravel roads and several National Tourist Routes are some of the gems just waiting for you and your bike in the Sognefjord area.

One of the area's highlights is the famous 82-kilometer long Rallarvegen (the navvies’ road), which has been named Norway's finest bicycle road by the travel magazine Travel and Vacation. The road runs from Haugastøl to Flåm, and one option is to start your trip by renting a bike in Flåm and then take the Flåm Railway to Vatnahalsen.

Bikes are available to rent in most villages near the Sognefjord, and the magnificent scenery can be enjoyed no matter what speed you prefer.

Tour cycling offers in the Sognefjord area

Hiking, biking, and kayaking with Hvitserk

Let Hvitserk guide you to some of Norway’s most famous attractions – as well as to a few hidden gems that very few people know about. Go glacier hiking on Hardangerjøkulen and cycle the famous Rallarvegen (the Navvies’ Road) to Flåm, trek down the stunning Aurlandsdalen valley, and kayak on the UNESCO World Heritage site the Nærøyfjord. Experienced guides will be with you every step of the way.

On this six-day trip you’ll stay in comfortable mountain hotels, a rustic guesthouse by the fjord, and even one night in a tent in the middle of the Norwegian nature. Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Price from NOK 20,000 per person.

Rallarvegen - 80 km of sightseeing

Rallarvegen (the navvies' road), built during the construction of the Bergen Railway, has become Norway's most cherished cycle road in recent years.
 
The 80-kilometre long road winds up and down in a lush landscape, from the mountain terrain of Haugastøl down to the fjord in the Flåm valley. Due to the altitude difference (from around 1,000 metres down to 0 metres above sea level), make sure you cycle westwards if you want to take it easy.

Price from NOK 1,000 per person.

Bike and hike to Drivandefossen waterfall

Join a biking and hiking tour through the natural and cultural landscapes of the tranquil Mørkrid valley.

After cycling for around seven kilometres, you continue on foot up to the impressive Drivande waterfall. Sit down to rest, take in the views and listen to the sound of the waterfall while you get to taste some local flatbread and cured meat.

This is an easy/moderate tour that takes 3 to 3,5 hours.

Price from NOK 500 per person (adult). Children under 14 years: NOK 300.

Bike and hike + fishing at Bølifossen

Get to know Bølifossen, a beautiful place known as the “the pearl in the Mørkrid valley”, on this tour that includes biking, hiking and (optional) fishing.

After eight kilometres of cycling, you embark on a one and a half hour hike on a rocky, uphill path before you arrive at the secluded, peaceful Bølifossen. Explore the surroundings, taste some local flatbread and cured meat and if you like, go fishing.

Price from NOK 750 per person (adult). Children under 14 years: NOK 500.

Other easy cycling offers in Fjord Norway

Bike and stay in Loen at the Nordfjord

Go cycling in the fabulous fjord scenery of the Lodalen Valley during the day and get pampered in the evening. You will stay at the first-class Hotel Alexandra where you can relax in the spa and enjoy the renowned buffet dinner.

The Briksdal Glacier is within cycling distance, and the area is also popular with hiking and via ferrata climbing.

Season: May-August

Price from NOK 1,990 per person (double room), including buffet dinner, breakfast, bike, helmet and access to Alexandra Bath & Spa.

Find your way to the fjord

The map below will help you to locate the cycling suggestions on this page.

Cycling in the Sognefjord area
Idyllic fjord villages, quiet gravel roads and several National Tourist Routes are some of the gems just waiting for you and your bike in the Sognefjord area.
CYCLING - RALLARVEGEN 80 km - Season: 10/7-30/9 ACCOMMODATION & FOOD: HAUGASTØL FINSE - Finsehytta VATNAHALSEN Høyfjellshotel MYRDAL: Cafe Rallaren… Read more
Cycling - Rallarvegen
Come along on a biking and hiking tour through the enchanting natural- and cultural landscapes of the Mørkrid valley, and get close to the impressive… Read more
Bike & Hike to Drivandefossen Waterfall
Bike & Hike + Fishing at Bølifossen – the place referred to as "the Pearl in the Mørkrid valley". Come along on a tour through the enchanting… Read more
Bike & Hike + Fishing
Exciting glacier walk, kayaking on beautiful fjords, spectacular treks, a historic cycling trip and Europe's best known train journey are a few of the… Read more
Hiking, biking and kayaking in Fjord Norway with Hvitserk
Other cycling offers in Fjord Norway
Apart from the Sognefjord area, you will find easy cycling options in the rest of Fjord Norway – in Loen, for example.
Explore Loen and the amazing Lodalen Valley by bike, and stay at a first-class hotel with views of a stunning fjord scenery. Read more
Bike & stay in Loen
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    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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