(Dagbladet): Are you ready for the road trip in Norway in the summer? Or perhaps on motorcycle. Where exactly is Norway's finest tour? Many people are familiar with Norway's 18 national tourist routes. Perhaps one of them in the vicinity of where you live. But did you know that it was possible to run all six different national tourist routes in one round trip? It makes this probably the most beautiful tour on two or four wheels. the
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And the pleasure of having the national tourist routes in norway is great for the travel and tourism industry.
-Trollstigen - Geiranger is a huge draw for both Norwegian and foreign. Way generate the income that keeps the wheels in motion for many companies, large and small, " says reiselivssjef Jorid Bjerkeseth in the touristinfo Rauma.
She gets the support from næringssjef Åse Myhre Amundsen in Lom municipality in the gudbrandsdal valley:
-The national tourist route helps to create jobs in businesses located along the route, both the accommodations, serveringsplasser, grocery store, aktivitetsbedrifter beneficiaries of all gjennomgangstrafikken along the way.The finest trip
Join in the round trip along the six beautiful tourist routes. The trip can of course be started at various points on the round, or run the opposite way. We start this time the journey in Kristiansund in Møre and Romsdal.
And the first tourist route you come to is the Atlanterhavsvegen, which runs from Kårvåg on averøy island to Bid in the Hustadvika bay municipality. Originally it was way more than 8 km long, of which 880 meters were distributed on seven different bridges. the
but then it was extended to 36 km.
Newspaper The Guardian named Atlanterhavsvegen to the "World's most beautiful road".
the Road runs past the Håholmen as was the adventurer Ragnar Thorseths kingdom. In the summer months one can now join a viking ships out there. Along the national turistvegene in Norway, you will find a number of beautiful stops and art in nature. Marmorormen by Hågå has, however, created strong reactions and is referred to as "Norway's ugliest tourist attraction".
Just outside the Atlanterhavsvegen is the place where the cruise ship the "MS Viking Sky" was close to a katastrofehavari 23. march 2019. From the Bid goes on to Molde and from there to Åndalsnes in Rauma municipality. Here starts the next tourist route.
the Road, which is also referred to as The Golden Route, starting on Route 63 at the Sogge bridge that goes over the Rauma river and ends not before the 104 km later. Many stops already at the foot of the Trollstigen to take nice pictures. Then the road winds its way with 11 tight turns up the mountain to the cafe, shop and viewing point at the top.
the Road continues over the mountain (852 m above sea level) and down to Valldal. Here is also located the famous Gorge Landskapshotell and Winds. From Valldal, the journey goes westwards to the Linge and the ferry across the fjord to Eidsdal with the possibilities for a side trip to the Herdalssetra that in over 300 years has driven the mountain farm operation. From Eidsdal to go way forward to the Ørnesvingen which is a beautiful vantage point over the Geiranger and the Geirangerfjord.Fjord hides the curse of the Newspaper Plus
In Geiranger, it is almost a mandatory stop for a stroll in the turistbygda which stands on the verdensarvlista to UNESCO. Norsk Fjordsenter and the Flydalsjuvet viewing platform is also worth a stop, by the way. The same is Dalsnibba (1476 m above sea level) is a fabulous vantage point, before you continue to the Langvatn, which is the other end of the route. Now take you to the right and west on E15 and run towards Stryn. Already at the Videseter starting the next tourist, but feel free to first trip all the way down to the Furniture, which has both an old family-run timber hotels and the popular gamlebutikken. Afterwards you drive back to Videseter and into the Rv 258.the land of the trolls: Trollstigen is magical even when the weather is not the very best. Photo: Odd Roar Lange/The Busy Inspector Show more
This is the shortest of the national turistvegene and go from Videseter in Stryn municipality to Grotli in Skjåk municipality in the gudbrandsdal valley. The road is only 27 km long but is very beautiful and in places, is narrow and winding. It is therefore, not recommended for large motorhomes or cars with caravans. the Trip goes on along Langvatnet, Vassvendtjønnin and Heillstuguvatnet to Grotli.
At this end of the Old Strynefjellsveg takes you to the right, east on the E15.Now the trip goes towards the next national tourist route, Sognefjellsvegen, which is Northern Europe's highest mountain crossings. The trip goes via Bismo, Skjåk and Lom.
In the Lom takes you off to the right and into the Rv 55. Maybe it is time for a stop and a visit to the famous Lom Bakery and the old Lom stave church? And from here it is really close between the attractions of the mountain. On one of the narrow points in the Bøverdalen valley, it was in his time so crowded that hestekjerrene got stuck in "your hands" between the two stones.
Here occurred the name Helps as Kjell Aukrust created a whole universe around.
a Little further up the valley is Røisheim coaching inn and the bridge over the river is the place where the fairy tale "The three bows fizz" should have its origin.17. may-the warning against the avalanche
In Bøverdalen, it is also possible to swing by the Galdesand at Juvasshytta (1841 ft.) and Galdhøpiggen skisenter, for from here to take the tour on foot on the top of Norway, Galdhøpiggen (2469 m above sea level). Head on over Sognefjellsvegen go through a fabulous mountain landscape in Jotunheimen and past the Big " big " skagastølstind (2405 m above sea level) before the tour goes down towards the Lusterfjorden. From here, it is possible to select multiple roads to the next tourist route, and one of them is to continue on Route 55 to Luster, Gaupne, Hafslo, Sogndalsfjøra, Kaupanger, across the fjord to the E16 through the Lærdalen, (remember to stop at the Borgund Stave church), Tyin and to Ryfoss. Take off at Ryfoss and run Fv 2508/Rv51 towards Beitostølen.
the Valdresflye plateau
Tuesday has distinguished itself as a winter sports resort, but is also worth to visit in the summertime. The road further north over the beautiful Valdresflye plateau and ends up in Sjodalen. the
-The national tourist route over Valdresflye is a gift package from the state, believes Atle Hovi, director of Beitstølen Resort.
-Since it opened in 2012 have sommertrafikken increased significantly. The route has generated significant international attention.
the Work "Rock on top of another rock" which is located along the tourist route is a Instagramvennlig photo opportunity that provides the visitors great memories and more attention.
And some years ago I spoke with an architectural student from Prague who visited Beitostølen. I asked where the pick arkitektmiljøet in the Prague inspiration from. And he replied that they draw inspiration from the national turistvegene in Norway, " says Atle Hovi.
Along the 49 km long tourist route is, it may come to several nice picnic areas and viewpoints. And a perfect side trip is to drive in to turistforeningshytta Gjendesheim. There are also boat over Gjende for those who will make the trip over Besseggen back to Gjendesheim.
the Trip north across the Valdresflye plateau winds its way along the many beautiful lakes that invite to sommerbading and fishing.Fiskelykke: At Gjende, it is possible to fish, and the background is Besseggen. Photo: Odd Roar Lange/The Busy Inspector Show more
Hindseter hotel from 1898 is located by the road and here you will be wandering in the forest in Sjodalen. Close by is Ridderspranget, while further down in Sjodalen is more popular raftingsentre. And if you don't have a fear of water so this is a fun experience.
the Trip goes further to the E6 through Gudbrandsdalen valley, and drops south to Frya a little north of Ringebu. Here you are off and running east on the Rv27.- the Tourists cry when they see this
National Tourist route Rondane
the route starts on the Venabygdsfjellet and go to Folldal. The road also has a small detour to The church before you drive back to the Rv27. Rondane is norway's oldest national park and a good part of the trip goes long the beautiful and long Atnadalen. Atnjsøen is perfect for paddling and fishing, and, of course, an excellent starting point for nice hiking. This national tourist route is 75 km long and ends as mentioned in Folldal. And here you can either choose to drive east to Alvdal, Østerdalen or west and end up at Hjerkinn and Dovre.
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