I love visiting all the cities on this list. However, when it comes to uniqueness and location the world’s most northern city is at the top of my list. And better still it’s a cycling paradise during the summer months! Twenty-four hours of daylight mixed with snow-capped mountains and an Arctic blue sea. You also have two long bridges on either side of Tromsø Island that are fun to cycle across! Below you will find many different routes which may surprise some people. Most people are unaware of local ferries that visit remote areas ideally suited to cycling. I got help/advice from Tromsø Outdoors compiling this collection. They are the experts on cycling here and have one of the biggest ranges of rental equipment in Norway. If I fly up I usually rent a bike from them for the convenience it provides.

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All cycling routes published on are simply a planning resource to be used as a point of inspiration in conjunction with your own due-diligence. All route guidelines were prepared under diligent research. However, we can never for certain insure the complete accuracy of the routes. Small mistakes are possible especially on long gravel sections. If you discover inaccuracies on any route please contact us


Cycling in Norway is in general very safe. Nevertheless, should you choose to cycle one or more of our routes you do so at your own risk. We advise that you check weather conditions along the route and look out for land/road closures. Check ferry times in advance and ensure you don’t miss the last one or you could be stranded for the night. While riding, obey all public and private land use restrictions and rules, carry proper safety and navigational equipment, and of course leave no trace. CYCLENORWAY.COM and its partners are in no way liable for personal injury, damage to personal property, or any other such situation that might happen to individual riders cycling or following any of these routes.