Rallarvegen is one of the most popular cycling trips in Norway.The beautiful bike ride down to the Aurlandsfjord will give you unforgettable memories! Steep slopes, majestic waterfalls and beautiful scenery along route are just some of the highlights on the tour.

Tour Highlights: The Bergen Railway - mountain crossing Haugastol - Finse - Fagernut - Klevagjelet - Myrdal, Flam valley Spectacular and scenic nature experiences along the Rallarvegen from Haugastøl/Finse to Flåm.

Finse is located 1222 metres above sea level and is Bergensbanen railway's highest stopping point. At Finse you may visit the navvy museum 'Rallarmuséet' (from the construction of the Bergen Railway 1871-1909). Another interesting stop is at Fagernut Vokterbolig, which dates from 1904 (1310 metres above sea level). Here you will find a Rallarcafé and an exhibition about the life as a signalman high in the mountains. The Klevabrua bridge is a beautiful and impressive bridge, with stone arches that you should take a closer look at before bicycling down the wild and exciting Klevagjelet trail and further to Vatnahalsen and Flåm. You may also visit the The Flåm Railway Documentation Centre in Flåm. Season: Approx. July 1 to September 30. Duration: 1-3 days or more Travel Directions: Bergen-Haugastøl-Finse-Flåm-Myrdal-Bergen Prices include: Bicycle hire for 2 days at Hagastøl Turistsenter or Finse 1222 Train from Bergen to Haugastøl or Finse Train from Flåm or Myrdal to Bergen Accommodation: Overnight stays en route are highly recommended. Please find more information at www.fjordpass.no. You will find Fjord Pass providers at Vatnahalsen near Myrdal, Aurland and Flåm.

Source: Visit Bergen
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NOK 1,630

Contact

Address:
  • Møllendalsveien 1A
  • 5009 Bergen
Phone:
55 55 76 60
Email:
booking@fjordtours.com
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Facilities

Season:
  • Summer

Green certifications

Rallarvegen has received certification for its environmental efforts from:
  • MiljøfyrtårnMiljøfyrtårn
Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism.

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