Cycling Routes

Mjølkevegen: Ruten - Bygdin
Mjølkevegen: Ruten – Bygdin (Photo by Yngve Ask/Scanout)

Cycling is one of the best ways to experience the Norwegian mountains as it allows you to cover long distances in few days and thus get as much as possible out of your holiday. Jotunheimen, home of the Jotner (Giants), is Norway’s most famous national park and home to 29 of the highest mountains in the country, including Galdhøpiggen, the tallest mountain in Northern Europe. This area offers breathtaking panoramic views of mountain ranges, peaks, fjords and lakes, as well as lush, green valleys, and picturesque farmlands.

We offer self-guided cycling routes over the course of five to ten days, including accommodation, food, luggage transportation on the legs, and extra transport during the trip. We can also supply you with equipment such as mountain bikes or electric bikes that will make the arduous ascents a lot more bearable.

Cycling through different terrains in the Norwegian mountains can be as strenuous as it is rewarding. The well-kept trails and roads, either on gravel or asphalt offer good travel conditions, but our unpredictable weather can turn a perfect summers day with clear blue sky into rainy day in a heartbeat. Still, summers in Norway are normally quite nice and warm. Our routes are not too long, so you will also have time to enjoy some other activities at the different lodges after the days cycling.   




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Mjølkevegen Cycling Route
(7-Days)

Mjølkevegen has been voted one of the most attractive cycling routes in Norway. This route will give you our higlights of what the Valdres region has to offer in a week on a bicycle.

Self-guided tour

Tour de Dovre (5-Days)
On this tour you really get to discover the best Dovefjell and Rondane got. The tour is 132km, with fantastic views and offers great cycling stages.

Self-guided tour

National park Combo (10-Days)
This 359 km long route through The National Parks combines two of the best cycling routes in Mountain-Norway, Mjølkevegen and Tour de Dovre.