Helgeland Coast National Tourist Route

Helgeland Coast National Tourist Route

Located in Northern Norway, the Helgelandskysten (FV17/County Road 17) is one of the most scenic drives of the country.

The road is asphalted with some narrow sections. It runs from Holm to Godøystraumen. The drive, in the county of Nordland, includes several ferries. It’s 433 kilometres long, including the detour to Torghatten which is also part of the route. The road follows the coast.

Roads: Road 17, Road 76, Road 54
Length: 433km
Highest elevation: 346m asl
Ferries: 6
Winter notice: Open to traffic throughout the year. May be closed for short periods in winter when the weather is bad. 


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