The popular tourist road Lysevegen in Forsand in Ryfylke (FV500) goes from Lysebotn innermost in the Lysefjord to Sirdal. This is an impressive road in the high mountains of Rogaland and Vest Agder - highest point 932 metres - some of it single carriageway with passing places - with impressive scenery and weather.
Situated in Norway, the Atlantic Road (in Norwegian called Atlanterhavsveien) is a part of Norwegian national road 64 (Rv 64). It is close to the cities of Molde and Kristiansund in the midwest part of the Norwegian coastline. This fantastic and spectacular road is a very popular tourist attraction. Both the local population and tourist visitors frequently use the road to go fishing for cod and other fish directly from the bridges. One of the bridges is special designed for fishing.
Stalheimskleiva lies a few miles to the north of Voss, just off the main highway in Norway.
Tucked deep into the mountains off the western coast of Norway lies Trollstigen Mountain Road, one of Norway's most magical attractions. The Trollstigen Mountain Road is one of Norway's most dramatic and most visited attractions. An exceptional driving experience along a route steeped in tradition, through spectacular scenery of deep fjords and lush valleys - wild, wonderful and vibrant. The historic Trollstigen road, with its 11 hairpin bends, was opened in 1936, and in 2005 the Geirangerfjord was included on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Aurlandsfjellet is a National Tourist Route in Norway, that runs between Aurlandsvangen and Lærdalsøyri, in the Sogn og Fjordane county, with a length of 47 km (29 mi). This route includes the Norway road 243.
The Ørnevegen (Eagle Road) is the usual name given to the stretch of highway 63 that runs just to the north of Geiranger towards Eidsdal, in Norway.
Lærdal Tunnel is a 24.51-kilometre (15.23 mi) long road tunnel connecting Lærdal and Aurland in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. It is the longest road tunnel in the world, and carries two lanes of European Route E16, the main road between Oslo and Bergen.
Lofoten is a National Tourist Route in Norway, that runs between Fiskebøl and Å, in the Nordland county, with a length of 164 km (102 mi). This route includes the Norway roads E10 and 82.
National Tourist Route Hardangervidda across the largest mountain plateau in Northern Europe offers a contrast-filled journey from wide expanses and towering peaks, through deep and verdant valleys to turquoise fjords. The Hardangervidda plateau is Norway's largest national park and a key habitat for Europe's largest stock of wild reindeer. Experience the spectacular Måbødalen valley with its rare and precious plant life.
This road, along highway 258, and built more than 100 years ago - by manual labour - winds its way over the mountains between Stryn and Skjåk.
Raubergstulsvegen is a high mountain pass, at an elevation of 1841m above the sea level, located in Jotunheimen, a mountainous area of roughly 3,500 km² in southern Norway and is part of the long range known as the Scandinavian Mountains.
E69 Nordkapp (European route E 69) is a road between Olderfjord and North Cape in northern Norway. The road is 129 km (80 mi) long. It’s the northernmost road in the world with connections to a major international road network. Roads further north in e.g. Svalbard and Greenland are isolated and short.
Driving the roads of Western Norway is not just about getting from A to B. The journey is an experience in itself. Choose between spectacular fjords, beautiful vantage points, a thriving cultural landscape or a rugged coastline. Regardless of which road you choose, a surprise awaits you around the next bend.
Varanger is a National Tourist Route in Norway, that runs between Varangerbotn and Hamningberg, in the Finnmark county, with a length of 160 km (99 mi). This route includes the Norway roads E75 and 341.
Senja is a National Tourist Route in Norway, that runs between Gryllefjord and Botnhamn, in the Troms county, with a length of 84 km (52 mi). This route includes the Norway roads 86 and 862.
Dalsnibba is a mountain in the municipality of Stranda in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway, at an elevation of 1,476 m (4,843 ft) above the sea level.