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Atlantic Coast Route

Eurovelo 1: Norway’s longest route has been enticing cyclists from around the world for decades. The opportunity to cycle to the top of the European continent (Nordkapp) through a land of fjords, mountains, and glaciers is an adventure beyond comparison. Every day you are blessed with a contrast of ever-changing scenery as you pass pretty coastal towns, navigate archipelagos, and end or start on the barren but beautiful Arctic tundra.

Tromsø – Nordkapp

Cycle to the top of Europe, dodge reindeer as they run across the road, and brace for some strong winds. This is a pure bike adventure.
549km
Distance
3-8
Days
6/10
Difficulty
Road in Norway

Olderfjord – Hamningberg

The remote and barren Arctic tundra is perhaps not everyone’s cup of tea. But for those that embrace it, there are treasures to be savored at the end of the western world.
450km
Distance
3-7
Days
6/10
Difficulty
Reine fishing village among mountains in Lofoten Islands, Norway

Bodø – Tromsø

The Arctic jewel of cycling – cycle through a world of archipelagos with tropical-looking water, white sandy beaches, and jagged mountains caved to perfection by the last ice age.
657km
Distance
4-10
Days
3/10
Difficulty
Saltstraumen bridge

Trondheim – Bodø

The journey to the Arctic awaits on one of Norway’s most popular long-distance routes. Beauty is around every corner.
861km
Distance
5-14
Days
3/10
Difficulty
Bergen city in Norway

Bergen – Trondheim

The quieter roads of Fjord Norway are not to be underestimated. Few people get to experience this area of Norway. Great ocean views, fresh sea air, and plenty of pretty islands to hop over using the ferry network await.
993km
Distance
6-15
Days
5/10
Difficulty

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