The South

There are so many spectacular roads and so little time to explore them all. You may experience Sognefjellet on an idyllic calm day, but two days later, Trollstigen is covered in mist, and you’re cold and wet descending off it. Managing expectations is essential to enjoying the southern scenic routes. Take the rough with the smooth. It took me three seasons before I finally got lucky with favourable weather conditions over Gamle Strynefjellsvegens. If you want to experience every road here, it may take several seasons by bike. One cycling journey in Norway is never enough. For those roads that elude you the first time, you might find they draw you back the year after.

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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.