Norway

Atlantic Ocean Road

The coastal Atlantic Ocean Road is a must do

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.

Lysevegen

Lysevegen, a breathtaking Norwegian road with 27 hairpin turns

Located in the southwest of Norway, Lysevegen (FV500) is the name of a very popular tourist road in the high mountains of Rogaland and Vest Agder. The road features 27 hairpin turns and a curvy narrow tunnel, impassable for 2 cars at the same time. The road is not small business. It’s one of the famous hairpinned roads in the world.

Stalheimskleiva

Stalheimskleiva, the steepest road in Northern Europe

Located in Vestland county, in Western Norway, Stalheimskleiva is the name of a very challenging drive. With a brutal gradient, it’s said to be one of the steepest roads in Northern Europe.

Trollstigen Mountain Road

Driving the curvy Trollstigen, Norway's Most Famous Road

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, 10% gradient. Yet despite the dangers of the one-lane road.

Scenic drives in Norway

The most scenic drives in Norway

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.