Little travelled route to get away from E18
Great little detour, with nice twisties. Only local traffic
A remarcable rollercoaster ride. Some sections pass houses and have a very low speed limit (30), so take it calm there. The rest is so twisty that you are very hard pressed to reach the speed limit
Quiet and very scenic gravel road
After visiting the Lista Lighthouse this road takes you the scenic way around
Very technical, sometimes dangerous, absolutely beautiful scenery. This is a must see for every biker. This part of Julian alps takes you through countless hairpins, twisties and some canyon riding along Soca river. Take care on Mangart because it is a narrow road with blind hairpins and lots of cars and bicycles just blasting away. You will never forget this route :-)
Magnificent road with hundreds of curves and scenery view, good places to stop on the way
The Southern part is not all that exciting, but the rest is great. Should be mandatory instead of E18
Combine With Rv362 for a much better (more fun, much less traffic) alternative than E134
Great alternative instead of the boring tunnel. The road seems like it has not been repaved since the tunnel opened. Also it is pretty narrow. But very, very Nice!
Great alternative when travelling between Gol and Hemsedal
Good alternative when travelling from Gol to Hemsedal
If you need a good place to stay or a better lunch, drop by Storefjell høyfjellshotel just off the route.
Beware of Wildlife!
Fantastisk sträcka, bred krokig, bra sikt och jämn asfalt.
Superb route with great twisties. A tad too much traffic. And you are brave if you enjoy the spectacular scenery while riding.
Fantastic route with superb views and excellent twisties and sweepers. This truly is what riding is all about.
Just be aware of sheep
The route runs from fjord to fjord across high mountains where snow remains most of the summer. The viewing platform at Stegastein is a natural place to make a stop and offers a dizzying view over the fjord landscape.
The Nærøyfjord, included on the World Heritage List, offers breathtaking scenery. The Flåm railway line and Aurlandsdalen valley are further outstanding attractions close to the route, and well worth a detour. If you combine a visit to Aurlandsfjellet with a trip through the Lærdal Tunnel, which at 24.5 km is the worlds longest, you will be struck by the contrasts this area can offer.
National Tourist Route Aurlandsfjellet runs from Aurlandsvangen to Lærdalsøyri over a distance of 47 kilometres.
The mountain crossing is closed in the winter season, but the road from Aurlandsvangen to the Stegastein viewing platform is open throughout the winter. http://www.nasjonaleturistveger.no/en/aurlandsfjellet
Some would argue that this road is exceptional. It would be with better surface. It takes you past a Summer skiing resort.
Private toll road (as of 2014 the charge for Motorcycle was NOK100). At the peak one can see the Geiranger fjord 1500 metres below. The ride up there is great. Oh, and it is very fun to pass the tourist buses, seeing how the people onboard just can't believe their eyes.
This route (also entered as part of a roundtrip) is truly spectacular. It takes you past the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Geiranger fjord, the Ørnevei (Eagles road) and Trollstigen (Troll ladder), and lots lots more. Beware of tourists, and locals racing to catch the ferry. Bring your camera!
One of the most eyecatching scenery in Norway
This is a very pleasant route to ride, as an alternative between Oslo and Trondhjem. Why do the boring and dangerous usual alternatives (E6 and Østerdalen), when you can ride this one?
If the road surface and genereal road standard had been better, this would have been a great road.
From the Unesco world heritage site city of Røros and over the "keel" (border) to Sweden.
This route takes you up the Tuddal valley and over the mountain, just close to Gaustadtoppen, and then down the hair-pin sig-sag road to Rukjan. The trip is fun, and spectacular. Along the trip you should stop at Tuddal mountain hotel (www.tuddal.no) for a nice stop-over or just lunch.