Hardanger National Tourist Route

You will find The Hardanger National Tourist Route is a beautiful 158-kilometre-long stretch of road.

Located east of Bergen, in the county of Hordaland in Fjord Norway. Norheimsund, Kinsarvik, Jondal, Granvin and Odda are the five regional centres in the area.


Access to the route

National Tourist Route Hardanger is open for traffic throughout the year. The section across the Hardangervidda mountain plateau may be closed during winter if the weather is terrible.

The perfect holiday would be to drive in springtime at the height of the fruit blossoming season. By Hardanger National Road, you will find a lot of highlights. Waterfalls exert a magnetic attraction on us, and Hardanger is the perfect destination for waterfall enthusiasts. Steinsdalsfossen, Vøringsfossen, Skjervefossen, Låtefoss and Furebergfossen are all different,  but all can hypnotise us.


Nature rest areas

When you decide to experience the Hardanger National Tourist Route, you also have the opportunity to stop by beautiful nature-placed rest areas like Hereiane, Steinstøberget and Hesthamar.

Getting there

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  • Lattitude: 60.069176
  • Longitude: 6.546235