Highest roads of Norway

Highest roads of Norway

The Kingdom of Norway is a narrow country located in Northern Europe and occupies the western half of the Scandinavian peninsula. Stretching from the North Sea to the Arctic Ocean, the country is bordered by Sweden, Finland, and Russia. Norway’s coastline is famous for its fjords and has 25,000 km of coastline with more than 50,000 islands. About two-thirds of the country is mountainous.

Highest roads of Norway

Mountain Elevation County Surface
Juvasshytta 1.854m (6,082ft) Innlandet Paved
Dalsnibba 1.460m (4,790ft) Møre og Romsdal Paved
Fantesteinen Pass 1.437m (4,714ft) Oppland Paved
Valdresflye 1.393m (4,570ft) Innlandet Paved
Rallarvegen 1.343m (4,406ft) Aurland Gravel
Tindevegen 1.322m (4,337ft) Sogn og Fjordane Paved
Aurlandsfjellet 1.305m (4,281ft) Vestland Paved

 

 

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