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NO /Bicycle on Rallarvegen

Starting almost from the highest point of the Hardanger national park; there is an easy and beautiful ride down to the Sognefjord – ending up in Flam.
This can be done in 1 or 2 days.

1 Day Tour
Start at Finse 1222 and is approx 60 km passing the highest point of 1344 on route to the fjord at sealevel.
We did this is a very slow pace in 6 hours- enjoying the nature.

2 Day Tour
Start to Haugastøl 1000 m and bicycle to Finse 1222 on the first day.
This is approx 27km. With quite strong head wind we used 3.5 hours on this.

Rallar is the old Norwegian name on the rail road workers.
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Cloudberries along the road

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imageGlacier the Hardanger Jokelen in the background

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Highest point 1343 meter above the sea level
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Overnight at Finse 1222 – only accessable by train – or bicycle.
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Blueberries
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On the way down Flams valley
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Below crossing was optional…but it looks nice:-)image

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Day 2 – 60 km – 1222 m – 1344 m -sealevel

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