In Norway, you will experience the famous fjords, magnificent mountains, wonderful waterfalls and friendly towns and cities. EuroVelo 1, 7 and 11 all start at the North Cape, which is the northernmost point in Europe that can be accessed by a public road. Norway is an expensive country, but it has some of the most liberal public access and camping laws in the world. You can basically wild camp anywhere, which is good for budget as long as the weather is mild!

National Information

Norwegian Public Roads Administration

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

The Norwegian National Cycle Network are 10 national cycle routes connecting most of the country. Many of the routes are already signposted and some of them are part of EuroVelo, the European cycle route network.

Cycle Norway

Website in English - Find information on cycling routes in Norway and many tips to plan your trip: public transport, accommodation, weather, gear, tunnels...

National Cycle Routes

Overview of the network of Norwegian national cycle routes. Including free downloadable GPX files for the routes.

Norwegian Scenic Routes

Norwegian Scenic Routes are 18 selected roads that run through landscapes with unique natural qualities, along coasts and fjords, mountains and waterfalls. The routes are intended as alternatives to the main roads, and the ride itself should be an enjoyable experience.

The Pilgrim's Way

On this website, you will find a pilgrimage planner with maps and information on the routes leading to Trondheim, with details on organised pilgrimages, accommodation, cultural heritage sites and services offered along the routes.

(+47) 73 89 08 00

Visit Norway

Website in English - All you need to know to cycle in Norway: mountain biking, road cycling, scenic routes and tips to plan your cycling trip.

Maps & Guides