To get the most out of your cycling holiday in Norway, race through these offers before you set off.
This trip starts and ends in the Arctic city of Tromsø. It takes you out to the coast with mountains, fjords and islands, from where you continue by ferry to the magnificent scenery of the island of Senja. Throughout the trip you will enjoy the special light and atmosphere of the midnight sun.
There will be plenty of time to explore the great outdoors on summit hikes or additional bike excursions as part of the tour.
Price from NOK 10,150 per person in a double room.
Watch spectacular fjords, green mountains, dramatic peaks and white sandy beaches roll by from your bicycle seat.
A cycling holiday in Vesterålen is to experience the distinctive coastal culture of Northern Norway up close. The cycling routes are easy to follow with varied terrain but few hills, and some areas are practically traffic-free. The accommodation and activity provider Huset på Yttersiden can help you to find suitable cycling routes, whether you plan a complete cycling holiday or plan to combine it with other activities. Bikes are available to rent in Stokmarknes.
The area around Molde has the perfect terrain for cycling – a combination of flat roads, rolling countryside, and gentle hills. Whether you’re a hard-core rider or a recreational cyclist, Molde adventure center’s high quality electric bikes and regular mountain bikes will carry you almost effortlessly through the beautiful Norwegian nature.
Not sure where to go? Molde adventure center recommends five different options for self-guided bike tours. If you feel more comfortable going on a guided tour, professional guides are available on request.
Price from NOK 200 per person.
The beauty of an electric bicycle is that it’s up to you how hard you want to work – and that you don’t have to be fit as a fiddle to join a guided tour of the Trollstigen road, with the notorious 11 hairpin bends.
Enjoy the fabulous views and finish with a gourmet two-course meal at the top. Along the way, your guide will tell you more about this engineering masterpiece.
Price from NOK 1,150 per person, including guide and gourmet lunch.
Embark on a fjord cycling adventure like no other in a small group of 6-10 people. Over six days, you will go from one stunning view to another, including classic landmarks like the engineering masterpiece Atlantic Road, the hairpin bends of the Trollstigen road, the beautiful Geirangerfjord and Hjørundfjord, and the art nouveau city of Ålesund.
Your home for the week is the beautifully restored naval vessel Gassten, where a private chef prepares wonderful, fresh meals for you every day.
Price from GBP 2,700 per person.
Experience a piece of Norway up close with fjords, mountains and picture-perfect villages.
Starting in Bergen, you will pass Rosendal, where you can visit the 17th century manor house Barony Rosendal and its charming rose garden. You will cycle through lush farming country with wonderful views of the Hardangerfjord before you arrive at Skånevik. The route continues by ferry and express boat to pretty towns like Leirvik, Bekkjarvik and Austevoll.
Price from NOK 9,850 per person in a double room.
Get the ultimate cycling experience by challenging yourself along 250 kilometres of beautiful mountain roads. The route takes 4-6 days depending on your level and preferences – there are plenty of things to see and do on the way!
The route includes some challenging sections and it is not recommended that beginners or young children attempt the full route.
Many cyclists start or end the trip at Storefjell Resort Hotel in Gol or at Ruten Fjellstue in Espedalen/Vinstra. For a personal itinerary, please contact Valdres Tourist Office (tel. 0047 61 35 94 10), and they will be happy to help.
This section of Mjølkevegen is both challenging and easy, but one thing is for sure – it will give you an experience of a lifetime. The boat ride with the over 100 year old M/B Bitihorn across the Bygdin Lake makes this a truly unique tour.
Some parts require a decent level of fitness, but it is worth the effort: You are rewarded with astonishing views and an easy downhill ride on the other side.
Price from NOK 999 per person per night including accommodation, breakfast, packed lunch and dinner. Bike rental and luggage transportation are available on request.
A biking holiday in the Lofoten islands is a priceless experience with countless impressions of stunning nature. During the summer months your adventure is enhanced by the glowing colours of the midnight sun.
You will go past Stone Age settlements and old boathouses, the world’s northernmost golf course, a doll museum and innumerable art galleries, and stop at picturesque fishing hamlets like Henningsvær, Nusfjord and Reine. The tour starts in Bodø and includes a boat trip with the coastal steamer Hurtigruten to Svolvær, where your cycling adventure begins.
Price from NOK 15,150 per person in a double room.
The coast of Helgeland is characterised by towering mountains, sheltered bays and thousands of islands, islets and skerries.
Every day, you can expect a new mind blowing sight in the form of landmarks like De Syv Søstre, Dønnamannen and Torghatten, the peculiar mountain pierced by a hole that you can walk through.You will visit the island of Lovund, with its rare colony of puffins, and the UNESCO protected Vega archipelago.
You can also choose to make many additional long or short excursions– make the most of the summer light under the midnight sun!
Price from NOK 7,800 per person in a double room.
See the 135 metre tall Skjervsfossen waterfall from the bike seat. Even though 10 of the 27 kilometres of this round trip are a continuous uphill, the climb is quite easy – and the spray from the waterfall will help cool you down when you get to the top. If you want an additional challenge, cycle down the steep and winding road to the bottom of the waterfall.
Bike the Fjords offers guided trips to the waterfall in the summer – or you can rent a bike and go on your own. The trip takes from 3 to 4 hours depending on your speed.
Price from NOK 750 per person, including bike rental.
Go cycling in beautiful surroundings on a guided trip. Bike the Fjords will take you on a 23 kilometre tour around Lake Vangsvatnet, through small farms and past rivers and waterfalls. On your way, you’ll see attractions like the Prestegardsmoen recreational area, the Bordalsgjelet gorge, and several arts and craft outlets.
The trip is a favourite amongst local cyclists and is suitable for children down to eleven years. You’ll cycle on mostly flat tarmac country roads, and the trip takes from 1,5 to 4 hours depending on your speed.
Price from NOK 560 per person, including bike rental.
A three-day tour of the UNESCO world heritage area of the Nærøyfjord, including attractions like the Tvindefossen waterfall, the Nærøydalen valley and the Flåm railway. You also have a chance to visit a Viking exhibition and try local beer tasting in the village of Flåm.
The tour is available on selected dates in May, June and September. It is recommended for intermediate riders.
Price from NOK 8,900 per person with a guide, or from NOK 6,400 without a guide.
Immerse yourself in the extraordinary landscape around Bergen and Voss on this 8-day bike tour. Starting in Bergen, you will explore cultural and natural landmarks like the Hardangerfjord and Edvard Grieg’s home.
Accommodation is arranged in the elegant Historic Hotels along the way, and a support vehicle will transport your luggage. The tour is recommended for intermediate riders.
Price from NOK 25,300 per person with a guide, or from NOK 20,600 without a guide.
Explore Norwegian nature, culture and history on this active round trip by bike and on foot.
After visiting the Bjørn West Museum in Matre, you will follow in the footsteps of the Norwegian resistance during the Second World War. Along the way you will pass breathtaking views, from the deep valley to the wide mountains. Dinner is served at Stordalen Fjellstove.
Price from NOK 1,650 per person.
On this five day bike ride in Fjord Norway you will experience narrow valleys, fjords, islands and mountains. The trip also includes a trip by boat that takes you out to the islands, where you will cycle through idyllic cultural landscapes.
Along the way you will sleep tightly at the Stordalen Mountain Lodge, the unique Brekkestranda Fjord Hotel, Eivindvik Fjordhotell and the farm hotel Frøyseth Gardsmat.
Price from NOK 6,530 per person.
Fill your lungs with fresh sea air before setting off on a cycling adventure through the exciting and beautiful landscape of Arctic Norway, from the lively city of Tromsø to the quaint town of Svolvær in the Lofoten Islands.
Apart from great scenery, the midnight sun and tasty local treats, you will be served highlights like the Senja Troll, Norway’s largest stone troll, the Andøya Space Center and the sandy beach at Bleik. It is possible to end the trip with a journey on the coastal steamer Hurtigruten (not included in the price).
Price from NOK 12,950 per person in a double room.
Ride through the gorgeous fruit gardens of Hardanger, taking in impressive views of fjords, waterfalls, mountains and glaciers at your own pace.
In early summer you can experience the fruit farms in all its glory, when the apple, plum and cherry trees are in full blossom. In late summer and autumn, the ripe fruit is sold along the road – often you can help yourself and put the money in a box. The tour continues along fjords, up and down hills, through charming towns and across water on ferry crossings. You end up in the small village of Rosendal where you can visit the manor house before going back to Bergen.
Price from NOK 11,650 per person in a double room.
Enjoy a bike ride in magnificent surroundings along the coast from Langesund to Kragerø. You follow the well-marked national cycle route number 1. This weekend trip with lots of fresh air, good food and great experiences is suitable for all.
You will start with delicious food and an overnight stay at the recently refurbished Quality Hotel & Resort Skjærgården on Friday afternoon. The bike route the next day is 45 kilometres. On arrival at Kragerø Resort you may enjoy the rest of the afternoon at the hotel, take a refreshing swim and have a lovely dinner.
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