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13 scenic bike rides

Explore Norway by bike

Cycling Rallarvegen .
Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik / Visitnorway.com
Cycling Rallarvegen .
Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik / Visitnorway.com

Go biking from the western fjords and eastern mountains to northern islands under the midnight sun! A cycling holiday in Norway is definitely one of the best ways to explore the spectacular Norwegian nature on your own pace. Here are 13 of the most stunning Norwegian bike tours.

Bike holiday

You don’t have to be in peak condition to go on a bike holiday in Norway, even though the country is both long and mountainous. The best thing about lengthy cycling trips is that you can decide exactly how long each stage should be and how often you want to stop.

We have compiled a bunch of long-distance cycle routes that can be shortened, or extended, depending on what kind of holiday you want. The tours are doable for most people, but if the road seems a little long and the luggage a bit too heavy, you can rent an electric bike to help take the edge off. And why not go for a ready-made package with accommodation and meals included, and maybe even luggage transport?

The Norwegian tour operation Discover Norway specializes in biking trips in Norway, and they offer several fantastic bike trips with luggage transports.

1. Rallarvegen to Flåm

Season: mid-June to late September
Nearest train station: Geilo or Finse

The navvies’ road, or Rallarvegen in Norwegian, has been voted Norway’s most beautiful bike ride several times, and more than 25,000 people cycle the gravel road from Haugastøl near Geilo in Eastern Norway to Flåm in Fjord Norway every year. The route follows the Bergen and Flåm train lines, which makes perfect sense, as the road is named after the navvies that used it to carry materials when they laid the tracks around 1900.

The most common route is 82 kilometres long and starts on the mountain at Haugastøl 1,000 metres above sea level. It winds its way past Finse, Hallingskeid, and Myrdal before it ends up in the charming village Flåm by the Aurlandsfjord. Even though you’ll roll mostly downhill, Rallarvegen’s highest point is Fagernut at 1,310 meters. Fortunately, there is a cafe there – and they serve waffles with jam and sour cream!

You can go the entire stretch in one day, but most people split it into two or three stages. You need to be in good shape to cycle Rallarvegen, as the terrain can be challenging in some parts. To avoid the crowds, go outside the high season.

Check out where to rent bikes and where to stay during your trip:

2. Mjølkevegen in Valdres

Season: June to October
Nearest train station: Vinstra

One of the best areas in the country for cycling is Valdres in Eastern Norway. Here, you can roll along hundreds of kilometres of marked routes that go mostly on low-traffic mountain roads. The 250-kilometre-long Mjølkevegen is the longest, but you don’t have to cycle the whole thing all at once, of course – you can plan your own stages, whether you want them short and sweet or long and heavy. You can also stick to one base and go on day trips.

The route between Vinstra in Gudbrandsdalen and Gol in Hallingdal is considered one of Norway’s most beautiful rides and is part of National cycle route number 5. It is signposted in both directions and passes through an area of ​​summer mountain farms and lodges, where you can stop for a treat or stay overnight. There are also a few hotels along the road.

A couple of alternatives to the entire Mjølkevegen are the route from Lemonsjø to Beitostølen (205 kilometres), and the shorter family-friendly route from Vaset to Storefjell (35 kilometres).

You can rent bikes and electric bikes in several places along the route, and tour operators offer bike packages that include accommodation, food, and luggage transport.

Find routes, tours and accommodation along Mjølkevegen:

3. The Telemark Canal

Season: May to September
Nearest train station: Lunde or Bø

The Telemark Canal isn’t just for boats. In connection with the canal, in its time called the eighth wonder of the world, bike paths spread out in all possible directions. The routes are signposted and marked with difficulty levels, and you can choose between asphalt roads, gravel paths or a mix of both.

The 115-kilometre-long Canal route takes you through surprisingly wild and dramatic scenery in Telemark. It follows National cycle route number 2 from Ulefoss to Dalen, and you should estimate at least two days on the trip. At Eidsfoss you can go lock crossing with your bike, and if you get tired, you can hitch a ride with one of the canal boats.

Along the way, you’ll find bike-friendly accommodation, like the fun sleeping boxes in Bandaksli and Fjågesund. If you don’t want to plan the whole trip yourself, you can buy packages that include accommodation, meals, and boat tickets.

The Canal route is marked as demanding and not recommended for kids or inexperienced cyclists. But many of the other paths are easier and suitable for the entire family. The little ones might even be happy to go a few extra kilometres and spend a day in the water park Bø sommarland!

Find cool things to combine with your trip and check out bike-friendly accommodation:

4. Tour de Dovre

Season: early June to mid-October
Nearest train station: Dombås

Follow Tour de Dovre and cycle through the three national parks Rondane, Dovre, and Dovrefjell, with fantastic views of mountains, fjords, and valleys.

There are numerous accommodation options along the road, so you can spend as many days as you want on the trip. Take the train to Dombås and rent a bike there, and choose the Nasjonalparkveien road to Hjerkinn. The journey continues through the Folldalen valley before you approach what many believe is Norway’s most beautiful valley, Grimsdalen. From there, pedal back to Dovre and Dombås.

If you take the shortest route, the trip is about 125 kilometres long. But plan for a few detours if you have a couple of days extra! You can go on a musk oxen or moose safari, stop to admire the art at Hjerkinn, divert up to Viewpoint Snøhetta (1.5 kilometres to walk), and hike to the top of Mount Snøhetta.

The trip is considered demanding but is totally manageable if you divide it into shorter stages. If you need a push, you can rent an electric bicycle, and you’ll find enough delicious local food along the way to keep you content.

Find a place to rent bikes and check out where to book for the night:

For a smooth ride, book a Tour de Dovre cycling package here, which includes luggage transport.

5. The North Sea cycle route through Rogaland

Season: May to October
Nearest train station: Egersund or Sandnes

The whole of the North Sea cycle route is 6,000 kilometres long and goes through the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. Since 2003, the route has held the Guinness world record as the world’s longest continuous signposted cycle route.

Choose one of the most beautiful stretches, between Egersund and Sola in Fjord Norway (also called Jærruta). You’ll cycle along the beaches of Jæren in a light that has inspired both painters, photographers, and writers. If you want a longer trip, you can continue northwards to Stavanger and Haugesund, or the opposite way towards Kristiansand in Southern Norway.

Spend the nights in hotels and small guest houses, lighthouses and cabins, or at campsites. You’ll find plenty of eateries along the way, many of which base their menus on local produce. And why not do as the locals – buy a bag of shrimp and eat them on white bread with mayo on the pier?

Get route suggestions:

6. The Helgeland coast

Season: May to October
Nearest airport: Brønnøysund, Sandnessjøen or Bodø

The Helgeland coast in Northern Norway is simply a bicycle gem without crowds. Here, you can ride along the Coastal route, named one of the world’s most beautiful roads, with views to majestic mountains, white beaches, and thousands of islands and islets.

Feel free to use the many ferries and speedboats to go island hopping, for example to the UNESCO archipelago of Vega, beautiful Herøy and Dønna, and Træna, which emerges as 338-metre-high surprise two and a half hours out at sea.

You may want to invest in a bike package, to be sure that you don’t miss any of the highlights along the stretch (like Mount Torghatten!) You can also get your luggage transported to the next stop if you don’t want to carry the weight.

Combine cycling with hiking, and stay the night in idyllic surroundings:

Safety on two wheels

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

You may cycle on the pavement, but adapt your speed.

You may not cycle on motorways and dual carriageways.

Only children under the age of 10 may be carried as passengers.

Always wear a helmet when cycling. A high visibility vest is a good idea, especially on busy roads.

Read more about bike safety

7. Inderøy and The Golden Road

Season: May to October
Nearest train station: Røra train station

Travel slowly between historic landmarks in a beautiful cultural landscape in Innherred. This route literally goes from food platter to food platter, and cycling here is suitable for most people.

The Golden Road is famous for its eco-friendly local food and activities, and it's excellent to experience on two wheels.

You can start your trip from the Røra train station. Visit Innherred rents out both electrical and regular bikes, and can arrange to meet you at the station. And don't worry about your luggage! You can get it transported to your accommodation if you want.

At the peninsula it's not far between the highlights, and you can get around most of the area in an hour. But make sure to explore all the different routes and roads to take.

Check out bike rentals and route suggestions:

8. The classic fjord tour

Season: summer and autumn
Nearest airport: Molde or Kristiansund

If you want to experience the Northwest at its best, you can cycle The classic fjord tour from Molde to Ålesund in Fjord Norway. If you’re tackling the whole 549 kilometres, you’ll get to experience The Atlantic Road, Trollstigen, the Geirangerfjord, and the Hjørundfjord, just to mention a few of the highlights.

On your way, you’ll cross bridges at the edge of the ocean, cycle along seemingly endless beautiful fjord arms, ride through green valleys, and pedal up steep mountainsides – before you roll down on the other side.

A variety of eateries serve delicious local food – especially the fjords provide tasty ingredients – and the accommodation options are many, whether you want to stay in charming fisherman’s cabins or high-end hotels.

The tour in its entirety is considered demanding and especially suitable for those who have some long-distance cycling experience. But the excellent public transport network in the area allows you to put together your own stages and skip the particularly heavy stretches if you want. Besides, local guide companies are ready to tailor your route, and they also offer luggage transport and guides.

Rent an electrical bike, get route suggestions and check out places to see:

9. Around the Oslofjord

Season: May to October
Nearest train station: Moss, Oslo or Horten

All the way around the Oslofjord you’ll find coastal paths and small roads perfect for bike rides. The trip along the coast from Moss in Østfold to Horten in Vestfold is about 215 kilometres long, but in this area, you can pick and choose between shorter and longer distances – and you can spend as long as you want on the trip.

Cycle through welcoming villages like Son, Hvitsten, Drøbak, and Filtvet, and explore the country’s capital, Oslo. If you get hot, you can always go for a refreshing bath in the fjord.

One great advantage is that you don’t have to bring a lot of food, as there are plenty of eateries along the way. There are also numerous accommodation options around the Oslofjord – hotels, hostels, cabins, and campsites. Or how about a night in a treehouse?

Explore the areas:

10. Andøya in Vesterålen

Season: May to September
Nearest airport: Andøya

In Vesterålen just north of Lofoten lies the island Andøya, with the former fishing village Andenes as a charming “centre” at the northernmost tip. Here, you can rent a bike and roll the 100 kilometres around the island, but first, you should join a whale safari.

Cycle the beautiful Norwegian Scenic Route that runs along the sea on the west side of the island. It doesn’t matter if you got a late start, as the midnight sun provides enough light all through the night. Stop by the Space centre before you head on to picturesque Bleik, where you can enjoy an ice-cold bath on the stunning white beach. If you need another break, the picnic area Bukkekjerka is worth a stop, and at Nordtun farm you’ll get lovely cheeses for your lunch and the opportunity to pet a lama. Alveland in Dverberg has good cinnamon buns and fun soap souvenirs(!).

If you want to spend more than one day on your trip, you can spend the night in Risøyhamn or Dverberg. The route runs in fairly flat terrain and is suitable for everybody.

Find more cool things to do in Vesterålen and check out where to rent bikes:

11. Mjøstråkk around Lake Mjøsa

Season: April to October
Nearest train station: Hamar, Lillehammer or Gjøvik

Cycle around the largest lake in Norway. The Mjøstråkk route is 250 kilometres long and passes through both beautiful cultural landscapes and the cities Gjøvik, Hamar, and Lillehammer.

Take the time to make a few stops along the way. There’s a lot to see and experience here, like Lillehammer Art Museum, Norway’s smallest chocolate factory in Gjøvik, and Domkirkeodden in Hamar, where you can see the ruins of the 950-year-old Hamar Cathedral. If you brought the kids, a detour to Hunderfossen family park north of Lillehammer is absolutely worth it!

If you spend a few days on the trip, you can stay at some of the farms and experience the region’s famous hospitality and fantastic traditional food, often with a modern twist and based on ingredients from the farm or the surrounding area.

Most of the trip is quite easy and suitable for most people. You can rent bikes several places along the route, and if you get tired, you can board Skibladner, the world’s oldest paddle steamer still in service.

Rent a bike and find more fun activities along the ride:

You can book a tour around the northern part of lake Mjøsa here, which includes a tour across the lake with Skibladner, the world's oldest paddle steamer.

12. The majestic fjord tour

Season: spring, summer, autumn
Nearest train station: Bergen or Voss

Get on your bike in Bergen or Voss and cycle 303 kilometres through a fantastic fjord landscape. The majestic fjord tour is a round trip on the western coast and takes you through Voss and Myrkdalen, along the Norwegian Scenic Route Gaularfjellet, through Førde on the Fjord coast and along the Sognefjord.

Set aside a few extra days to explore the area and stay, for example, at the historic Kviknes Hotel in Balestrand. Find hidden gems and hiking trails, go kayaking, or join a guided glacier hike. Either way, a little break from cycling might be a good idea.

This route has both epic climbing stages and steep downhill slopes with hairpin bends, so you must plan the trip according to what shape you are in and your cycling experience. If you think this sounds a little scary, you can rent an electric bike – or bring a guide.

Explore the fjord coast:

13. Lavkaløypa in Lyngenfjord

Season: late June to late September
Nearest airport: Tromsø or Bardufoss

The 68-kilometre-long mountain bike trail Lavkaløypa starts in Storfjord in the Lyngenfjord region and goes through the green Kitdalen valley before it takes you up to about 800 metres. But as soon as you’re above the tree line, you’ll find that the view is worth the effort.

From the top, cycle down to the Skibotndal valley, before you end up in Skibotn. The ride follows the same route as the mountain bike race Lavkarittet, but even if you need some form of mountain bike here, the trail is not particularly difficult technically. Downhill, you’ll cycle mostly on dirt roads, and the trails are quite manageable.

On the way, you’ll come across some war history, as prisoners of war built parts of the trail during the Second World War. Otherwise, nature is the highlight of this route. There are no accommodation or dining options here, so bring enough food and water.

The route is tough but manageable if you are in generally good shape and take your time. You can rent bikes in several places in the Lyngenfjord region.

Find the perfect bike, trail and more things to do:

Get tour cycling expert Øyvind Wold’s best tips on how to plan and pack for your cycling trip!

What to pack for a cycling holiday

• an old-fashioned map (they don’t run out of battery)
• sunblock
• plasters, gel plasters to treat blisters, mosquito repellents
• power bank
• toiletries
• toilet paper
• enough food and drink
• coffee (obviously)
• helmet
• cycling gloves (protects your palms if you fall off the bike)
• cycling glasses (protects your eyes from road dust, wind, bugs, and to an extent rain)
• thin woollen clothes (can be used for more than one day before it starts to smell)
• lightweight sportswear
• rainwear
• compact and lightweight tent and sleeping pad
• inflatable pillow
• camping stove and cutlery
• bike tools
• patch kit
• spare tube
• bicycle pump

Learn more about how to plan your cycling trip.

How long you can bike each day?

People who exercise regularly, but are not used to biking: 30–45 km.

People who are fit and want a challenge: 70–90 km.

Children between the ages of 7 and 9: 15–20 km.

Children between the ages of 10 and 12: 20–30 km.

Remember that this is just an estimate. The distance you’re able to cover in a day will vary based on the road itself, hills, wind, and the weight of your luggage.

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Bike your way through Norway

13 scenic bike rides
Rallarvegen – the navvy road – runs through a dramatic, lush and challenging landscape rich in culture, history and unique nature. The… Read more
Mjølkevegen is a long distance cycling route through beautiful mountain landscapes and mountain pastures between Vinstra in Gudbrandsdalen… Read more
Mjølkevegen cycling route: Vinstra - Valdres - Gol (250 km)
Cycling along the Telemark Canal, experience the wild and beautiful scenery on two days - from Ulefoss to Dalen in inner Telemark. Read more
Kanalruta (Canal Route)
Now you can ride the national park around and charge the batteries with waffles on the cafes. Read more
Tour de Dovre on bike
Travel in the footsteps of the Vikings and experience the spectacular scenery and culture along the south coast of Western Norway. A fantastic journey… Read more
The North Sea Road
This is our most populare cycling route. Starting in Brønnøysund and ending up in Sandnessjøen (or return to Brønnøysund), after visiting 3 different… Read more
Cycling trip on the Helgeland coastline
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The Classic Fjord Tour is a road biking route starting on the northwestern coast of Fjord Norway, venturing into a mountain region where the road… Read more
The Classic Fjord Tour by bike
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The charming seaside towns of Horten and Åsgårdstrand are rich in history and culture, and offer beautiful coastal and inland nature.… Read more
Horten and Åsgårdstrand
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Bike rental - Discover vesterålen by bike
Mjøstråkk Mjøstråkk is the name of the 250 km long cycling route around Mjøsa, Norway’s greatest lake.… Read more
You cannot go further west in Norway. Travel off the beaten track to the Fjord Coast and get a taste of authentic coastal life. Read more
The Fjord Coast
Lavkarittet is a tough 68-kilometre (42-mile) bike race over the mountain between two valleys. However, we did Lavkaløypa as an excursion at our own… Read more
Characterised by high peaks and scenic lakes, Sirdal is a picturesque mountain region in south-western Norway that offers year-round… Read more
You cannot go further west in Norway. Travel off the beaten track to the Fjord Coast and get a taste of authentic coastal life. Read more
The Fjord Coast
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Lofoten is known for excellent fishing, nature attractions such as the northern lights and the midnight sun, and small villages off the beaten track.… Read more
The Lofoten Islands
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Tough uphill bike routes
Challenging mountain roads are waiting all over Norway. Pleasures on a high level are shared by Geir Stian Ulstein, author of the reference guide book “Bakker & Berg”.
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Two people road cycling Skykula in Fjord Norway
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A person road cycling up Stalheimskleiva in Voss in Fjord Norway, one of Norway’s toughest uphill bike routes
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Two people road cycling up Galdhøpiggvegen in Jotunheimen, Eastern Norway
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A person road cycling upphill at Vestkapp in Fjord Norway
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A person road cycling through Kaperskaret at Senja in Northern Norway
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Cycling offers in Northern Norway
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Tour de Senja by e-bike in the Midnight Sun
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Varangerhalvøya National Park, Arctic Norway
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Korgfjellet Fjellstue lodge
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Play golf one the easternmost 9-hole golf course in Europe
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Vadsø museum - Ruija kvenmuseum, Varanger
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Arctic Coast Cycling - biking under the midnight sun from Tromsø to Svolvær. Self-guided bicycle tour with luggage transfer. Adventure travel with the… Read more
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Discover the amazing Lofoten Isles. Self-guided bicycle tour with luggage transfer. Adventure travel with the concept of freedom, comfort and safety. Read more
Bike the Amazing Lofoten Isles | Discover Norway
This is our most populare cycling route. Starting in Brønnøysund and ending up in Sandnessjøen (or return to Brønnøysund), after visiting 3 different… Read more
Cycling trip on the Helgeland coastline
Enduro bikes for those seeking an extreme challenge and an adrenaline rush. You can rent bikes in Tromsø from Tromsø Outdoor Activity and Rental… Read more
Full Suspension Mountain Bike Rental
Join a 2-hour guided e-bike ride. With an e-bike, even the uphills become a breeze. Suitable for most people. Read more
Guidet ebike tour (2 hours)
On Blåbærhaugen, only 2 kilometers from Harstad, you will find the world's most northern Worlc Cup certified pump tracks. The facility, which exists… Read more
Harstad Bike Park
Experience nice activities in the area during your stay at our comfortable hotel & lodge Read more
Hiking and biking along the scenic route at Skaland
Lavkarittet is a tough 68-kilometre (42-mile) bike race over the mountain between two valleys. However, we did Lavkaløypa as an excursion at our own… Read more
Go mountainbiking in Skjomen with a guide and get more downhill fun with shuttling services! Read more
Mountainbiking Skjomen, Guide & Shuttling
This tour is conducted by Legendary Adventure. Spend a day on the bike seat and get to experience Kvaløya and Ersfjordbotn. Read more
Tour de Ersfjordbotn with e-bike
Narvik Museum invites you on an electric bike ride through the town's history; Ofotbanen, the war and the city's industry and development Read more
War history city biking in Narvik
Båtsfjord Brygge is a small and intimate deep sea fishing destination in the Arctic Båtsjord. We have 5 modern fishermen's cabins in different sizes… Read more
Welcome to Båtsfjord Brygge, Varanger Arctic Norway
In the shop Elektro-Sport shop in Lyngseidet, you will find a selection of sportsequipment, sportclothes and hardware. During the sommer we also have… Read more
Bicycle rental at Elektro Sport
The Træna archipelago is surrounded by the open sea. Træna Rorbuferie is situated on Husøya, the most populated of these islands. Here, amidst… Read more
Træna Rorbuferie
Charming bike trip with lots of culture- and nature experiences based in the adventure center in Ringstad on the other coastline of Vesterålen. Read more
Arctic autumn on wheels - Ringstad Resort
Looking for a sustainable adventure with close contact to your surroundings, the nature and with a peace of mind? Join a guided tour on one of our… Read more
Experience North – guidede eBike tours
Gamle Mårøy offers various boat trips in Finnmark for larger groups. Contact them for price information. Overview Tufjord is a living settlement on… Read more
Boat and overnight trip to Tufjord (groups)
In the summer, when the sun barely sinks below the horizon, you can enjoy the sights of Helgeland around the clock, setting your own pace as you… Read more
Helgeland’s most beautiful cycling adventures
Bli med på terrengsykkelsamling i Alta. Både nybegynnere og erfarne er velkommen til sykkelsamling i Juni. Vi tilbyr et bredt spekter av guidede turer… Read more
No Limits
Grunnleggende kurs, passer for de fleste som har interesse for terrengsykling, om du har gjort det før eller kan tenke deg å begynne med det. Selv de… Read more
Terrengsykkelkurs - weekend - for jenter
You can chart out a suitable daily route that let you travel at your own speed, and enjoy as much as possible of the region. The routes are easy to… Read more
Bike rental - Discover vesterålen by bike
Our 180 huskies are ready to take you for a trip! We pick you up from your hotel and transport you to our Husky park. Read more
Snowhotel Kirkenes - Husky Mountain Hike
If you want to experience the nature of the Lofoten Islands close up in peace, we recommend a bike ride. Read more
Fly & Bike Leknes - Lofoten Gaver & Brukskunst
Offersøy camping is the perfect base for experiencing the Helgeland coast by bike. It is only 8 km to Vegaferja, and about 15 km up to Herøy - so here… Read more
Island hopping in Helgeland: Offersøy
Mountain biking is very good exercise, its experiencing nature and enjoying life. The bike and your own strenght bringing you deep into nature and… Read more
MTB - mechanical training
This tour is conducted by Legendary Adventure. Tromsø is often called "Paris of the North" and "The Gateway to the Arctic Ocean". The names have their… Read more
Tromsø Sightseeing with e-bike
Bli med på en hel dags MTB-opplevelse der vi forsyner oss fra øverste hylle med de beste tråkk, stier og gruspartiene som finnes i Altadalen på… Read more
E-MTB Dagstur
Join us on an electric bike experience in Tore Hund's kingdom. Read more
Guided e-bike tour in Tore Hund's empire
Sykkel og vandretur til kjente og ukjente perler i den flotte byen vår. Interessant og lærerik guiding om natur, kultur, historie og dagliglivet i… Read more
Hike & Bike Alta
The bare rock nirvana Reinesfjellet Read more
Varied cycling with a fantastic view Read more
Fantastic cycling among dramatic mountains Read more
If you want to experience the nature and show of colours of the Lofoten Islands to its full depth, we recommend a bike ride. Read more
Bicycle rental in Svolvær - Lofoten Rorbuer
Unforgettable outdoor activities through a picturesque scenery with a large portion of exercise included for good measure. Choose between day tour,… Read more
Svensby Tursenter has 10 mountain bikes for rent. Our mountain bikes feature front suspension, 24 gears and disc brakes. Read more
Mountain bikes for rent at Svensby/Lyngen
We offer rental of fatbikes in small, medium and large sizes. This is a wonderful and light bike with a aluminum frame and Sram XX1 specs. Read more
Fatbike rental
Alta is a mountain biking paradise! Where should we ride? A long list of wonderful biking trails is hidden in the Alta Valley. Some trails and tracks… Read more
New trail - 3 hours
Cycling offers in Fjord Norway
Modern electric bikes for rent in geiranger so you can visit fjord viewpoints with an eco smile. Read more
electric bike rental
Welcome to winter paradise. Our area can offer you untouched snow, traditional mountain farms, deep forests and amazing fjord view. With a pair a… Read more
Snowshoeing in Valldal - The Adventure Valley
Modern electric bikes for rent in geiranger so you can visit fjord viewpoints with an eco smile. Read more
Electric bike rental
Join an exciting and challenging course through the canyon, including via-ferrata, tight ropes, cliff jumping into the river, bouldering, a zip line… Read more
Canyoning in Valldal - The Adventure Valley
Experience Norddalsfjord and the hidden UNESCO fjord Tafjord at a guided kayak tour. Read more
Fjord kayaking in Valldal - The Adventure Valley
Rafting at Valldøla Join rafting for a fresh, action-packed nature experience in beautiful surroundings. Read more
Rafting in Valldal - The Adventure Valley
Close to Fjørå, 3km from the center of Valldal, is a great site for climbing and rappelling in an idyllic fjord location with stunning fjord and… Read more
Climbing, rappelling and caving in Valldal - The Adventure Valley
Experience Romsdalen with electric bikes. Our guides will show you the best of Romsdalen in a few hours on the trail. This is a perfect tour for you… Read more
Afternoon tour on electric bike with Hotel Aak
Loen Active is an activity company that gives you outdoor experiences starting from the center of Loen - all year round. Examples of activities during… Read more
Loen Active
Play along the coast. Incredibly fun regardless of age. You travel out into the open sea in wetsuits, shoes, helmets and life jackets. Read more
Coasteering in Egersund
Explore some of the most breathtaking landscape in Fjord Norway. Train Voss - Myrdal, mountain biking, fjord safari on the Nærøyfjord, and river… Read more
Full pack fjord tour from Voss
Experience Romsdalen with electric bikes! Enjoy fresh air and fabulous views when you ride along the river, through the town of Åndalsnes and between… Read more
Electric bike rental in Åndalsnes
Combine Ebike and hike to visit Flydals canyon and Storseter waterfall Read more
E- Bike and Hike to Westerås i Geiranger
E-bike rental / self guided tour to Dalsnibba 1500m above the Geirangerfjord Read more
E- bike tour to Mt Dalsnibba in Geiranger
Join a guided bike ride in Bergen and see more of the city in less time. Perfect way to experience charming Bergen Read more
Guided bike ride in Bergen
Smøla Kayak is located in beautiful surroundings north-east on the very paradise island for kayaking; Smøla. You may rent kayaks, dry suits and other… Read more
Kayaking from Veiholmen - Smøla kayak
Enjoy Ålesund, one of Norway's finest cities on the west coast! Perfect combo of city biking and easy hiking to Sukkertoppen mountain. Read more
E-bike & Hike in Ålesund
Easy self guided bike tour to the Eagle Bend above the Geiranger fjord Read more
E-bike tour to Eaglesbend i Geiranger
Explore some of the most breathtaking landscape in Fjord Norway. Train Bergen - Myrdal, mountain biking, fjord safari on the Nærøyfjord, and river… Read more
Full Pack Fjord Tour from Bergen
Hire a bike and see a lot more of Bergen in a shorter time than on foot! It is the perfect way to experience the charming city of Bergen. Read more
See Bergen from the seat of a bike
Welcome to one of Norway's most exciting rappels, an activity that provides both great nature experiences and mastery! You have now the opportunity to… Read more
Rappelling at the Zakarias Dam - Ville Krefter
The Aursjø road – known to be tougher than Trollstigen. The best way to explore this area, is on the mountain bike. Read more
The Aursjøvegen Road round trip on mountain bike
Kayak the "hidden fjord", A full-day adventure from Ålesund. A kayak adventure in one of the pristine hidden fjords. Take the Fjord cruise… Read more
The hidden Fjord Kayak tour- day trip
This years new tour: Bike & Hike with Hotel Aak​​​​​​ Our guides will take you on a fun day tour, where you get to try out electric bikes as a new way… Read more
Bike & Hike in Åndalsnes
The Atlantic Road was in 2010 awarded as the most beautiful bike ride in Norway, by votes from the Norwegian website ut.no! The ride can be done both… Read more
The Atlantic Road - The most beautiful bike ride in Norway - from Molde
Beautiful roundtrip starting with the train from Bergen. Highlights are biking from Myrdal to Flåm, fjord safari on the Nærøyfjord to Gudvangen,.and… Read more
Standard Extra Fjord Tour from Bergen
Beautiful roundtrip starting with the train from Bergen. Highlights are the train ride to Myrdal, biking from Myrdal to Flåm and fjord safari on the… Read more
Standard Fjord Tour from Bergen
Beautiful roundtrip starting with the train from Bergen. Highlights are Scandinavias longest zipline, biking down the famous Flåm valley and fjord… Read more
Standard fjord tour PLUSS from Bergen
Beautiful roundtrip starting with the train from Voss. Highlights are Scandinavias longest zipline, biking down the famous Flåm valley and fjord… Read more
Standard fjord tour PLUSS from Voss
Via Ferrata is a climbing route along a mountainside, named Migaren after the waterfall you need to cross on the route. You climb the route via bolts… Read more
Migaren - Via Ferrata in Magma UNESCO Global Geopark
Join us and experience the densest white-tailed eagle population in the world. On this trip expert naturalist guides take you out by boat on an eagle… Read more
2-hour White Tailed Eagle Safari- Smøla Naturopplevelser
Welcome to Kjenndalstova, a restaurant in the wonderful and peaceful Kjenndal Valley. Here you can enjoy traditional Norwegian food, take a boat trip,… Read more
Experience one of the most spectacular rock formations in the world together with Trolltunga Active.The activity company and their specially trained… Read more
Trolltunga Active
With an electric bike you can experience nature in a whole new way. Here is the smile guaranteed to come out. We have brand new and modern bikes with… Read more
Electric bike rental Hellesylt
Bicycle rental and biking adventures Adventure Tours Norway offers bicycle rental and several guided biking and hiking tours in the area around… Read more
Bicycle & E-bike rental in Skjolden
Guide and outdoor adventure company located in the start of Geirangerfjord, 1,5-hour drive from Ålesund. Read more
Guided whitewater kayaking
By using our fantastic fjord kayaks we will take you on an adventure to Lygnstøyls lake in Norangsdalen. Get close to nature, experience the wildlife… Read more
"Atlantis" of Sunnmøre
Fjord Nature provides quality adventure experiences in western Norway. Our speciality is to make sure our guests have unique and authentic experiences… Read more
Fjord Nature
Self-guided bicycle tour in a beautiful landscape full of contrasts - farmlands, sandy beaches, boulders and even mountains in the inland. Read more
With E-bike along the North Sea Cycle Route | Discover Norway
Rent a bike for cycling in lovely nature on Mount Fløyen. Read more
Mountain Bike at Mount Fløyen
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
This 3 hours long family-friendly hike gives you Ulvik at a glimpse; The Fruit and Cider route, a panoramic view over Ulvik and a spectacular… Read more
Jærruta is a suggestion for a 4-days' bike tour for the entire family. It covers the whole of Jæren between Sola and Egersund. You can choose to bike… Read more
Bike along the route Jærruta
Take the ferry to Kvitsøy and bring your bike! The small, idyllic island invites you to a beautiful bike ride. Ideal for families with small children… Read more
Biking at Kvitsøy
Bonseye is a family business run by the Bonsaksen family, Ole-Hjalmar, Bente and Frank. Tugging jobs, shipping of passengers and goods, guided tours… Read more
Bonseye Excursions
Join in on a coastal-paddle tour from Hardbakke. Experience the charming fishing villages and a unique geology from your kayak. Read more
Coastal culture-paddle in Solund - Sognefjord Active
Combined all-day bike ride and hike from Dyranut via Tinnhølvegen to Trondsbu and Stigstuv. Read more
Dyranut - Trondsbu - Stigstuv - Trondsbu - Dyranut
The Hardanger Bridge is among the longest suspension bridges in the world. It is easy to walk or bicycle across the bridge. The view to the fjord… Read more
Hardanger Bridge: on foot or on wheels
The beautiful, untamed nature and the valley´s dramatic history make a visit to Lodalen an experience not to be missed. At the head of the valley lies… Read more
Svinvika is an idyllic area with many interesting cultural spots. For example, there are roads constructed in the last three centuries that all meet… Read more
The Svinvik round trip - easy hiking
Although the very best option at Tustna Ladestasjon is to do absolutely nothing, we have some pre-booked activities to offer you. We make use of the… Read more
Tustna Ladestasjon (charging station) - activities
Rallarvegen, the service road built for the construction of the Bergenline, has won a special status as a cycle track and is becoming more and more… Read more
Cycling - Rallarvegen
Regular bikes for rental in Balestrand, which is located in the middle of the Sognefjord. You will find us in the Balestrand Adventure house 200… Read more
Rent a bike in Balestrand
Cycling along the Nordsjøveien from Egersund to Hellvik is a wonderful trip, which spans 12 kilometres on a well-prepared hiking/gravel road. There… Read more
Bike trip on the North Sea Route from Egersund to Hellvik
Coasteering is a fantastic experience of nature in the sea right outside Ålesund town centre. There will be excitement and challenges along the way,… Read more
Coasteering in Ålesund
Eraldsbreen is a glacier arm of Jostedalsbreen, it is nicely situated by the cold glacial lake. Read more
Erdalsbreen glacier
Kvitsøy is an eldorado for paddlers. Read more
Paddling at Kvitsøy
Rent a rowing boat for free at Bokn and explore the surroundings from the sea. Read more
Rent a rowing boat - Bokn
Rent electric bikes in the Stavanger region with Travel Event. Pick-up/delivery at Bryne Kro & Hotell, Sola Strand Hotell or Grand Hotell Egersund.… Read more
Electric bike rental at Jæren
Climb one of Norway's toughest Via Ferrata routes; Via Ferrata Kyrkjeveggen. The route is about 900 meters long, and you will be rewarded with a… Read more
Via Ferrata Kyrkjeveggen
Did you know that you can rent a bike at the Tourist office in Egersund? It costs only NOK 250,- per day and can be paid with cash or Vipps. Read more
Bike rental at Egersund Tourist Information
The goal of this trip is definitely worth the effort. The beach Skadbergsand is one of the best places in Egersund to enjoy swimming. Little can be… Read more
Bike trip from Egersund centre to Skadberg
At Sognefjord Boating you can rent boats suited for fishing, water sports, diving and boat trips on the fjord coast. Read more
Boat rental in Hyllestad - Sognefjord Boating
Explore and experience the village and UNESCO nature in an easy, fast and fun way- Rent an Electrik Bicycle from Fjordsplorer! Read more
Fjordsplorer, Aurland - Flam
Jetski safari is a fantastic nature experience combined with a little speed and excitement. Read more
Guided Jetski safari tour - Sognefjord Boating
Explore the Voss trails in the forest Have a short and excellent adventure in the trail bike ride in Norway! The tour spans two-and-a-half hours on… Read more
Guided MTB tours, Voss Forest, Outdoor Norway
Join Fjord Nature on a snowshoe trip in the winter landscape of Sunnmøre - Experience fjord views, fairytale forests and untouched snow. Read more
Guided snowshoe adventure in the Sunnmøre alps
A blue ice adventure for the whole family! Read more
Haugabreen Glacier Walks
Explore the nature and wildlife on close hold by kayaking places you might not access otherwise. Kayaking suits most people, whether you are young or… Read more
Kayak - Sjøbris Adventure
By sharing our love for outdoor activities and the wild nature of Norway, we make your dream and our vision come true. Read more
Norway AdvenTURes
Try an electric village bike and explore Voss with us. Get ShareBike on your phone and join in. Read more
Vossa Bike
The bike route from Lurastø is relatively easy, it partly follows the shoreline, and partly it goes through forests, green areas and parks. It is a… Read more
Bike trip from Lurastø to Gausel train station
Join Coastal Adventures for amazing experiences in the North Sea! Read more
Coasteering at Tananger in Sola
This route is possibly one of the country's nicest commuters routes, it is almost completely flat, and goes parallel to the railroad partly along the… Read more
Gausel station – Hillevåg
This cycling tour starts in Molde and proceeds westwards to the island municipalities of Midsund, Sandøy and Aukra. Between the islands you can relax… Read more
Island hopping with bike
Karmøy has many open areas where a bicycle seat is the perfect place to be. By going by bike it is possible to get up close and personal with the… Read more
Karmøy by bike
At Frilager.no, you will find nearly everything in terms of equipment for rent. If you are planning a tent trip, it is possible to rent equipment for… Read more
Rent outdoor equipment - frilager
The Stavanger region can offer a number of spectacular experiences, maybe you are here to go to the Pulpit Rock or for a weekend in Stavanger city,… Read more
Surfing with Boretunet
Do you want to take your company on a memorable team building out in the ocean gap on the west coast of Karmøy? Raw Ocean Lodge offers teambuilding… Read more
Teambuilding Raw Ocean Lodge
Dare to take the most exciting route to Norway's most spectacular rock formation - book the Trolltunga Via Ferrata with Trolltunga Active. Perfect for… Read more
Trolltunga Via Ferrata - Trolltunga Active
Valldal is an eldorado for summer activities both on the river, the fjord and in the mountains. Here, you can get both action-packed experiences such… Read more
Uteguiden - Valldal
Ålesund Via Ferrata offers a climb from the town park and up the southern wall of the town mountain Aksla. The climb ends right underneath the… Read more
Via Ferrata - in the middle of Ålesund
Actin is your local supplier of outdoor activities like hunting and fishing, where food is an important part of the experience! Read more
Actin - Your Adventure
A varied and slightly hilly cycle route southwest of Stavanger city centre. You pass through residential areas, then through forest, after a while… Read more
Bike tour to Madla via Ullandhaug and Hafrsfjord
A varied bike tour from Madla past Lake Hålandsvatnet to the Tungenes lighthouse. Read more
Bike trip Madla – Hålandsvatnet – Tungenes
The green bike rides in Sandnes are great for families. These are not the routes for those who cycle super fast on training trips. These are for slow… Read more
Cycle tour - Green route - Melsheiruta
DID Adventure tailors your experiences in Møre og Romsdal. With DID, you get unique tour arrangements, packed with raw nature, led by experienced… Read more
DID Adventure bespoke travels
The Discover Kayaking Tour is perfect for those who are new to kayaking or only have a few hours to enjoy Geiranger. Read more
Discover Kayaking - Geiranger Kayak Center
Enjoy Ålesund, one of Norway's finest cities on the west coast! Perfect combo of city biking and easy hiking to Sukkertoppen mountain. Read more
E-bike & Hike in Ålesund
The perfect trip for families, the inexperienced kayaker or those who wants a nice and different introduction to the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund! Read more
Family Tour in Ålesund by Kayak
A soft expedition across from east to the west of Norway. Expedition starts from Gardermoen Airport – up Gudbrandsdalen with an electric train… Read more
HIKE - SAIL - SURF across the country with Jolly Good Times Sailing
Sign up for one of our sea kayaking courses and experience Norddalsfjord and UNESCO fjord Tafjord. Read more
Kajakkurs i Valldal - The Adventure Valley
Norway Bike rental brings you closer to nature. The Stavanger region by bike provides a stunning landscape that involves as much water as land in the… Read more
Norway Bike Rental
A perfect combo of kayaking to Hessa island and hiking to Sukkertoppen mountain lets you experience the best out of Ålesund. Read more
Sea Kayak and Hike in Ålesund
Are you interested in sailing? Come and join us every tuesday in the summer! Read more
With its wide range of sights to explore, Strandgata street in the heart of Florø is well worth a visit. Read the information signs attached to… Read more
Sightseeingtour in Florø
Cycling offers in Southern Norway
Explore the Flekkefjord railway line. Stunning nature scenes offer visitors a great day out. Suitable for the whole family, young children included.… Read more
Rail biking tour at Flekkefjordbanen
The TrollAktiv Bike Park offers exiting activities for every age group. The exciting Bike Park is located right beside the activity centre… Read more
TrollAktiv Bike Park in Evje
Adventure Norway in Marnardal offers great activities in a beautiful and quiet environment. Read more
Adventure Norway
Start by the tourist office and follow Smith Petersens gate towards Arendal, past Grimstad Church and Grimstad Town Hall. Follow the foot and cycle… Read more
Cycling tour "The Fevik round" 26 km
Start from the Tourist Information, cross the river and take the road Marnarveien further on past Amfisenteret (shopping centre) at Øvrebyen. The… Read more
By bike along the Mandal River
For the slightly more ambitious, follow the Nidelva river southwards from the Nelaug train station with direction Arendal, through hilly forests. Read more
Bike trip Nelaug in Åmli - Arendal
The Hegni recreation area is located by the lake Hartevatn, approx. 1 km from the centre of Hovden. Here you find hiking paths, playground equipment,… Read more
Hegni outdoor area
You will find excellent terrain here, both for walking and cycling. Read more
Bike ride to the island of Skjernøy
The activities are at the center of attention at Canvas Hove. SUP, windsurfing, kayaking, underwater safari with underwater scooter and mountain… Read more
Canvas Hove outdoor activities
In the summer months it is possible to rent a bicycle and receive tour information and suggestions from the Farsund Tourist Office. Read more
Bicycle hire in Farsund
Rent a bike at Grimstad Tourist Information and explore the national park, starting at Dømmesmoen. Read more
Experience RAET National Park in Grimstad on bike
Start by the tourist office, and ride southwest along the quay. Continue past Odden Shopping Centre, and follow Bark Silas vei until you reach a… Read more
Cycling tour "The lake Rore round" 12 km
Start by the tourist information and follow Smith Petersens gate towards Arendal, past Grimstad Church and Grimstad Town Hall. Follow the foot… Read more
Cycling tour "The Marivold round" 17 km
Postveien (The Postal Route) is part of the National Cycle Route No.1. Read more
Postveien from Kristiansand to Brennåsen
Flipside Skatepark in Farsund is Norway's largest skate park. Read more
Flipside Skatepark
Experience canyoning in Dorgefoss all summer from Wednesdays to Sundays. An adrenaline-filled, fun activity for those looking for an unforgettable and… Read more
Canyoning in Sirdal
With the tourist office as starting point, ride south-west along the quay. Continue past Odden Shopping Centre, and follow Bark Silas vei until you… Read more
Cycling tour "The Syndle round" 47 km
This 9-hole frisbee golf course is to be found in beautiful surroundings at Sirdal Sommerpark in Tjørhomfjellet, next to the chair lift. Read more
Frisbee golf in Sirdal
Konsmoparken park is beautifully situated along the Audna river just off the center of Konsmo. Read more
Konsmoparken frisbee golf course
Challenge yourself and your mountain biking skills in this network of cycling tracks. Read more
Arendal Singletrack - the Heavyweight
Welcome to Flekkefjordbanen and our rail biking trips! This is a perfect activity, whether you are visiting with your family, a group of friends, or… Read more
This ride will take you along the historical railway track between Åmli and Treungen. Read more
Treungenbanen Åmli - Treungen
The new cycle route between Lista lighthouse and Varnes lighthouse in the cycling municipality of Farsund is 15 kilometers of pure happiness. Read more
Vita Velo Vest-Lista cycle route
This is one of the five rides described in Thor & Dag Otto's Cycle Routes, and is Dag Otto's favourite interval training. The route… Read more
Cycling tour "The climbing challenge" 41 km
Would you like to try out one of the most popular training routes used by the region’s racing cyclists? Are you ready for a high-pace ride with… Read more
Cycling tour "The Froland round" 46 km
Start by the tourist office, and ride southwest along the quay. Continue past Odden Shopping Centre, and follow Bark Silas vei until you reach a… Read more
Cycling tour "Vestlandske hovedvei" 24 km
Downhill bike track at Tveit skisenter 15 minutes outside of Kristiansand city centre. Read more
Downhill biking in Kristiansand
Hovden offers a varied hiking terrain. Read more
Hiking at Hovden
This climbing park is fun for the whole family and all your friends. We guarantee a great success! Read more
Høyt & Lavt Sirdal Climbing Park
In Grimstad and around the town you can ride the former cycling stars Thor Hushovd and Dag Otto Lauritzen's bicycle trails! Read more
Thor & Dag Otto's Cycle Routes
Enjoy beautiful Setesdal on one of our electric sharing bikes that you can borrow from the ShareBike app. In several places in Setesdal, you can… Read more
El-bike rental
Enjoy beautiful Setesdal on one of our electric sharing bikes that you can borrow from the ShareBike app. In several places in Setesdal, you can… Read more
El-bike rental
Enjoy beautiful Setesdal on one of our electric sharing bikes that you can borrow from the ShareBike app. In several places in Setesdal, you can… Read more
El-bike rental
Enjoy beautiful Setesdal on one of our electric sharing bikes that you can borrow from the ShareBike app. In several places in Setesdal, you can… Read more
El-bike rental
Rent a bike and discover more of Arendal and its surroundings. Read more
Bicycle rental in Arendal
The Hovden Akriv, located in Hovden centre, has off road and enduro bikes for rent. The enduro bikes are well suited for offroad and… Read more
Bike rental at Hovden
At the Hovden Alpine Centre, two downhill bike trails have been constructed; one for beginners and one for more experienced mountain bikers. During… Read more
Downhill biking at Hovden
Four of the summits surrounding Hovden are particularly well suited for trips with children. These routes are marked blue, and all of them are… Read more
Reach the summits at Hovden
A beautiful round trip on paths and trails through and around Heddeland. Read more
Around Heddeland
This is one of the five rides described in Thor & Dag Otto's Cycle Routes, and starts by the tourist office in the heart of Grimstad town… Read more
Cycling tour "Ebb & flow" 37 km
With the tourist office as starting point, follow the pedestrian street to the top. Then continue along Storgaten. Cross the E18, and go straight… Read more
Cycling tour "The Farm" 51 km
Start by the tourist office and follow Smith Petersens gate towards Arendal, past Grimstad Church and Grimstad Town Hall. Follow the foot and cycle… Read more
Cycling tour "The Temse round" 21 km
Experience cultural sites in Arendal on bicycle! The roundtrip moves from the town centre past old wooden houses, a gallery, and a very special… Read more
Arendal cultural trail
On the road you will passes Sjølingstad Uldvarefabrik (the Wool Factory), which is well worth a visit. Read more
By bike to Sjølingstad
This is one of the five rides described in Thor & Dag Otto's Cycle Routes. If you would like to explore the coastline between Grimstad and… Read more
Cycling tour "Arendal - The long way around" 49 km
This is one of the five rides described in Thor & Dag Otto's Cycle Routes. From the tourist office, ride past Odden Shopping Centre and… Read more
Cycling tour "Western winds" 65 km
Take the chairlift to the summit of Storenos, 1183 metres above sea level. Beautiful mountain views and an excellent starting point for hikes. In… Read more
Easy access with chairlift to the mountains
Tromøy is the largest island in southern Norway, and offers wonderful cycling possibilities just a short ferry ride from the centre of Arendal. Read more
Bike trip on the island of Tromøy
This route starts in central Valle and continues north along a nice pedestrian and bicycle track to the picnic and swimming spot Honnevje. With its… Read more
Biking route to Honnevje, Valle
Blue biketrip 10,3 km This roundtrip is suitable for all in normal physical condition. It includes som longer hillls than the green roundtrip. Start… Read more
Blue bike trip - 8,3 km, Hovden
Grimstad is one of the Cycling Cities, and it's here you can meet the tourist information on wheels. If you see the green cargo bike, just stop it and… Read more
Tourist office on wheels in Grimstad
This trip follows the coastline northwards, passing through the old industrial community of Eydehavn before ending at the scenic island of Buøya. Read more
Bike trip Arendal - Eydehavn - Buøya
Start by the tourist office, and ride southwest along the quay. Continue past Odden Shopping Centre, and follow Bark Silas vei until you reach a… Read more
Cycling tour "Homborsund via Vestlandske hovedvei" 38 km
6,3 km long trip to the campervan parking at "Sanden Såre". Read more
Cycling tour; Sanden Såre, Valle
Cycle route 3 runs from Kristiansand to Haukeligrend. This route mainly follows by-roads and paths. Some stretches, however, follow Highway 9. Parts… Read more
National cycle route in Setesdal
The area around Tvedestrand gives one of the finest impressions of the southern coastline with all its many bays, islands, and small communities. Read more
Island-hopping with bike in Tvedestrand
At the end of the road, you start walking up to Landehobde. Here, you will find remains of a fort from the Second World War. The view over the… Read more
Mandal - Landehobde
Sirdal offers several biking trails in beautiful surroundings. Read more
Cycling in Sirdal