Cycling in The Northern Norway

Northern Norway is made for cycling. The roads here meander along the fjords, across the mountains and plains, through small fishing villages and past luxuriant isles. On a bike you come into close contact with a wealth of birds and plants. New and exciting sense impressions await you round every corner and beyond every hilltop. White-tailed eagles soar above the horizon and the reindeer graze along the roadside.

There is a wide range of cycling routes for both happy amateurs and uncompromising professionals. Take your bike aboard the fast passenger boat, ferry or Hurtigrute ship – you will find everything you need there for an eventful and fulfilling island hopping tour. If you like tough challenges, there is also great scope for cross-country biking. Bring your own bike along or ask at the local tourist information centre about hiring a bike. In some places there are special cycling maps and marked cycling tracks.



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