Located in the midwest part of the Norwegian coastline, the Atlantic Road is one of the most scenic drives in the world. Driving along this road is like teetering on the edge of the sea. The curvy road dips and arches over the brutal waves of the Norwegian Sea that often crash over the pavement during storms. This unique highway will bring you out to the very farthest point where the land ends and the ocean begins.
Hjølmoberget is a mountain pass at an elevation of 849m above the sea level, located within the Hardangervidda National Park, in the Conty of Hordaland, in central southern Norway.
The popular tourist road Lysevegen in Forsand in Ryfylke (FV500) is a curvy mountainous road going from Lysebotn innermost in the Lysefjord to Sirdal, with a length of 29 km (18 mi.) This is an impressive road in the high mountains of Rogaland and Vest Agder some of it single carriageway with passing places - with impressive scenery and weather. It’s one of the famoushairpinned roads in the world.
Peer Gynt Road is a narrow scenic road running for 60km from Skei to Espedalen, in the east of Norway in Oppland county.
Tucked deep into the mountains off the western coast of Norway, the Trollstigen Mountain Road is one of Norway's most dramatic and most visited attractions. Dangerous conditions here include the incline, narrow driving space, and the poor traction and visibility that come with rain and fog. It's one of the famous scenic drives in Norway. The route is known for its 11 hair-raising hairpin turns and steep, 9% gradient. Yet despite the dangers of the one-lane road.
Andøya National Tourist Route is a 58-kilometre long stretch of road between Andenes and Åkneskrysset in the Vesterålen Archipelago, situated about 300 kilometres (190 mi) inside the Arctic circle, in the county of Nordland in Northern Norway. This route includes the Norway roads 974, 976 and 82. It's one of the famous scenic drives in Norway.
Flistjønnskaret is a mountain pass at an elevation of 1.261m (4,137ft) above the sea level, located in Telemark, Norway.
With a length of 1,7km and a gradient of 20%, Stalheimskleiva is one of the steepest roads in Northern Europe. This road lies a few miles to the north of Voss, in Hordaland county, just off the main highway in Norway. It has 13 hairpin bends and was built during 1842-1846.
Norway has 18 carefully selected scenic drives both in terms of nature/panorama and in terms of road construction itself, showcasing the country's best scenery. They have been designated National Tourist Routes. These routes are unique drives through the most spectacular countryside Norway has to offer.
Eigerøy Lighthouse road is a roller-coaster with quite a few steep climbs and downhills located on Norway’s southwestern coast on the small island of Midbrødøya off the western edge of Eigerøya in Eigersund, Rogaland.
Aurlandsfjellet is a National Tourist Route in Norway, that runs between between Aurlandsvangen by the Aurlandsfjord and Lærdal by the Sognefjord in the county of Sogn og Fjordane in Fjord Norway, with a length of 49km. This route includes the Norway road 243. It's one of the famous scenic drives in Norway.
Aursjøvegen is a very scenic drive between Eidsvåg in Nesset municipality and Sunndalsøra in Sunndal municipality. It’s mostly a rough gravel road with hairpin turns, narrow tunnels and breathtaking scenery.
Kjeåsen Mountain Farm is a famous farm in Eidfjord, a municipality in Hordaland county, Norway. It’s called the world’s most inaccessible farm.
Located in Hordaland county, Norway, the old Road along the Eidfjord Lake to Øvre Eidfjord is a very scenic drive.
The European route E69 is a challenging drive located in northern Norway. It’s said to be the world’s northernmost highway and takes travellers as far North in Europe as it is possible to go by road.
The Gamle Strynefjellsvegen (Old Strynefjell Mountain Road) is a 27-kilometre long stretch of road between Videseter in the municipality of Stryn and Grotli in the municipality of Skjåk, in Norway. The road, officially called RV 258 is a National Tourist Route. It's one of the famous scenic drives in Norway.
Spectacular tarred mountain road located in Longyearbyen, the largest settlement and the administrative center of Svalbard, Norway. Longyearbyen is located in the valley of Longyeardalen and on the shore of Adventfjorden, a bay of Isfjorden located on the west coast of Spitsbergen.
Dalsnibba is a mountain at an elevation of 1.476m (4,843ft) above the sea level, located in Stranda Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county in the western part of Norway. The drive offers the Europe’s highest fjord view by road. The road to the summit is very steep, with sections up to 12,3%.