Hardangervidda National Tourist Route
Hardangervidda National Tourist Route

Hardangervidda National Tourist Route

The Hardangervidda National Tourist Route is one of the most scenic drives in Norway. Located in in Eastern Norway, the drive runs  through Hardangervidda National Park and over the biggest high mountain plateau in Northern Europe.

The road is asphalted. It’s 67-kilometre-long between Eidfjord in the county of Hordaland in Fjord Norway and Haugastøl in the county of Buskerud in Eastern Norway. The Hardanger Bridge make this a ferry-free connection. This route is open for traffic throughout the year. At times of bad weather in the winter, the road over the mountain plateau may be closed for short periods. Winter tires are required during the winter.

Roads: Road 7
Length: 67km
Highest elevation: 1.250m
Ferries: 0
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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