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Nasjonal sykkelrute 4, Rallarvegen.
Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik / Visitnorway.com
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Are you an experienced cyclist, determined to see Norway with its many fjords and mountains from the seat of your bicycle? In that case, the national cycle routes may be just the thing for you.

  • 1. The coastal route

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  • 2. The canal route

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  • 3. Fjords and mountains

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  • 4. Rallarvegen (“The navvies’ road”)

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  • 5. The Numedal route

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  • 6. Sognefjellsvegen

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  • 7. The pilgrim route

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  • 8. Trollheimen

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  • 9. The wilderness route

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  • 10. Norway from north to south

  • North Cape – Lindesnes

    This route is one of the longest of the ten national cycle routes, and will take you from the northernmost point of mainland Norway – The North Cape – to the southernmost point at Lindesnes. Note that you’ll have to find alternative transport like train or local buses at some places because of tunnels that aren’t open for cyclists.

Cyclists Welcome makes it easy

The fact that cyclists are welcome is hopefully a given, but Cyclist Welcome is actually a scheme that can be found in many European countries, including Norway.

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Voss
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Oppdal
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The Fjord Coast
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Skykula
Skykula
Depart from lake Ørsdalsvatnet to get the most out of the challenging uphill part of the route.
Skykula
One of the steepest roads in Northern Europe, built during 1842-1846. Read more
Stalheimskleiva
Galdhøpiggvegen is 15 km long and offers an ascent of 1300 height meters in diverse scenery which varies from dense forest to bare rock and glaciers.… Read more
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West Cape
Kaperskaret
Kaperskaret
An engineering marvel way up north at the outermost part of Senja.
Kaperskaret
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