Mjøstråkk is an established cycle route encircling Mjøsa, Norway’s largest lake. The route is predominantly characterized by level terrain and follows a lowland area that offers more stable weather conditions compared with further north. En route, cyclists will encounter three municipalities—Lillehammer, Hamar, and Gjøvik—each renowned for their local culinary offerings and noteworthy museums.


This route serves as an excellent introductory experience for those venturing into long-distance cycling. Spanning a total distance of 234 kilometres, it can feasibly be completed over the course of 2-4 days. Logistically, it is very easy to navigate the lake, with plenty of Accommodation and food options available. Moreover, the unparalleled views encompassing Mjøsa ensure a rewarding journey for enthusiasts of cycling and natural beauty alike.

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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.