The Røldal ski centre in the Hordadalen valley is known for receiving more snowfalls than any other area in Norway. It is also one of the best freeride skiing resorts in the country.
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There are daily bus departures from the bigger towns such as Haugesund (2,5 hours), Bergen (4 hours), Stavanger (4,5 hours), and Oslo (6 hours).
From Oslo, follow E18 towards Drammen, and then E134 to Røldal.
From Bergen, drive E16 og Fv7 to Kvanndal and take the ferry to Utne. From Utne, follow Fv555 to Odda and then Fv13 to Røldal.
From Stavanger, follow E39 to Aksdal, and then E134 til Røldal. If you want to take the scenic route, follow Rv13.
From Kristiansand, take Fv9 to Haukeli, and then E134 to Røldal.
National Tourist Route Ryfylke (Fv520) is closed from November to May/June.
The closest airport is Haugesund Airport, approximately 2 hours drive from Røldal.
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