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Cycling package 1, Hardangervidda

Type:Bicycle

Nedre Stasjon, Krossobanen, 3660, Rjukan

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Cycling package 1, Hardangervidda

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About

Cycling on the Hardangervidda brings you into beautiful and charming high mountain nature, Hardangervidda is Norway's largest national park and guarantees you an unique nature experience in a pure surrounding.

Many good fishing lakes along the roads for you to try to catch trout.

The beginning of the cycling tour is very special, because the first North-European cable car whisks you up from Rjukan to the starting point at 886 meters.

The route is well signposted and well maintained. After 30 km you will arrive at the Kalhovd Turisthytte, where you can have dinner and stay for the night.

Either you go back by the same route, or you cycle further to Atrå and back to Rjukan. A total distance of 55 km. 

Price NOK 1595 for adults and NOK 1095 for children (4 - 12 years).
Prices include: return ticket Krossobanen, lunch, a 3 course dinner, sleeping accommodation and breakfast at Kalhovd Turisthytte.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation more than 15 days prior to arrival: NOK 300

Cancellation 15 – 3 days prior to arrival: 50 % 

Cancellation less than 3 days prior arrival: No refund

Facilities

Distance

  • Airport - 3 hours from Torp airport
  • By car - 2 hours 40 min from Oslo
  • Ferry - 2 hours 45 min from Langesund
  • length in km - 30 km

Duration

  • 1 day

Grading

  • medium

Intended audience

  • Adults
  • Family with children

Nature and terrain

  • gravel

Season

  • august
  • july

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Map & Directions

Contact

Tel: 35080550

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