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Oslo-Bergen July 2019

598 km Distance
5,080 m Ascent
5,170 m Descent

(3 ratings)

Route by and large follows national bicycle route 4 (Rallarvegen). Some deviations, sometimes following a dust road that is not on the map. The section between Myrdal and Upsete was travelled by train. This route shows it as a track, but that is an artefact of merging the sections. I used 8 days with luggage and a tent.

A very beautiful long trip. Certainly the Rallarvegen part between Haugestøl and Myrdal, but also the track along Hallingdalselva and from Upsete to Voss, and Evanger-Bergen. Unfortunately, the busy national road cannot be avoided on some minor parts: Geilo-Haugastøl and Voss-Evanger. In Vaksdal we followed old tunnels with very coarse gravel / stones cover (no traffic at all).


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