Road Trip in Lofoten, Norway

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Some of our favourite road trips in Norway, where you can find skiing, hiking, skydiving, and even surfing.

Rent our camper and tour the fjords at your own pace in Summer, or watch the weather and chase the POW in Winter.

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Norway's Landmark Tour

Visit three of Norway's most iconic landmarks in this ultimate selfie tour.  You're going to have to work for them though.  With the hikes ranging from 4hr-12hr round trips, this isn't your average sight seeing tour!

Galdhøpiggen Summer Ski

Ski on the highest slopes in Norway, just below the highest peak in Scandinavia.  This is a popular spot for European race teams to get in some summer training.  Due to the altitude and longitude, don't be surprised if it starts snowing.

Stryn Summer Ski

Norway's most popular summer ski resort.  Perched in the mountains near Nordfjord, this is a popular summer road trip combining skiing with a trip to the fjords. Geirangerfjord and Loen via ferrata are some of the highlights. 

Fonna Glacier Summer Ski

With it's relatively close proximity to Bergen, Folgefonna Glacier offers the unique opportunity for a summer city break with some time on the slopes. This is a popular hangout for locals and tourists alike.

Geirangerfjord

Included on UNESCO’s world heritage list, the Geiranger Fjord is one of Norway's most famous attractions.  The Art Nouveau city of Ålesund marks the entrance to the fjord, which then stretches a further 15km in land.

Sognefjord

Norway's longest and deepest fjord with one part, Nærøyfjord, featuring on UNESCO's World Heritage List.... Take a boat tour, hike the Jostedalsbreen glacier or explore Jotunheimen National Park.

Nordfjord

Nordfjord has some of Norway's best hikes.  The Via Ferrata to Mt. Hoven in Loen, the mountain Farm at Segestad, and the highest sea cliff in Europe, 860m drop at Hornelen, the adventures are endless.

Hardangerfjord

If Sognefjord is the king, Hardangerfjord is surely the queen. 179km of spellbinding scenery. Hover 700 meters above Lake Ringedalsvatnet on the viewpoint, Trolltunga, or hike across an ancient glacier at Folgefonna.

Oslo to Bergen

Oslo to Bergen is one of the most travelled routes in Norway. It can be done by road or rail.  The more Northern route takes you via Hemsedal or Geilo, while to the South you can visit Gaustablikk and Hovden.

Fjords & Fjells

Experience some of the best skiing the Fjord Norway region between Bergen and Ålesund, has to offer.  On this Fjords & Fjells road trip, ski above Sognefjord, Nordfjord, and Geirangerfjord for the trip of a lifetime.

Oslo to Trondheim

Straight up the middle from Oslo to Trondheim.  This is a very straight forward driving route with the majority being done on the E6, Norway's main motorway.  Pit stop in Hafjell and Oppdal for some fun slopes and varied terrain.

Lofoten Islands

A stunning archipelago inside the Arctic circle, with the Northern lights through Autumn and Winter, Spring sees the arrival of the ski touring season.  In Summer, you can hike, bike, fish, golf and surf in the glow of the Midnight Sun.

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