White Roads of Mjøscany

A fantastic day trip to Norway’s largest freshwater island situated on the country’s largest lake, Mjøsa. This is an exclusive area of Innlandet County where many upmarket farmhouse accommodation venues lie. There are many well-maintained gravel roads resembling the iconic white roads of Tuscany, thus dubbing it Mjøscany by some locals!

 

The route below is a good example of mixing gravel with paved roads. However, there are more opportunities to increase your gravel experience if you don’t mind zig-zagging across the landscape. You will see the terrain is bumpy and expect a few short climbs that will raise your heart rate. My advice is to take your time. Stop at the beautiful white churches and enjoy a coffee at the local rest stops along the way. The homemade chocolate from Kvarstad Gaad is famous in the area and better than anything I’ve tried in Belgium!

 

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