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Biking in Hardangerfjorden

The National Cycle Route No 6 passes through the most beautiful parts of the Fjord in Norway. This route takes you through breathtaking waterfalls, glaciers, high mountains, lush orchards and charming villages. The route is 190 km and will take 2-3 days to finish. But the distance is up to you! You can easily spend one week exploring the fjord on your bike as well as hiking up the mountain. This experience is seasonal and is available from May to September. (Not recommended for children)

Cycling through the Hardangerfjord region by bike can also be an exceptional day trip for you and your family.  Norled offers a day trip from Bergen with bus and 23 km of cycling along the Hardangerfjord. For more booking information contact their email or visit their website.

Norske bygdeopplevelser offers you several packages for a trip lasting several days. They offer a self guided trip over 6 days from Voss to Bergen with biking from Voss to Rosendal. (180km). This tour is availbly from the 27th of May to the 26th of August. For longer tours contact Britt Elton by email or visit Active Norways website.

If you are looking for a way to see Norway but still be active, then this is the perfect opportunity for you.

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