Norway Road trip tips please

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  • Premier Icon howsyourdad1
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    Hi, we are off to Norway for 2-3 weeks in July. We live in Sweden, very near Åre (in the middle basically, around 3 hours from Trondheim)

    We will be driving and camping, and I’ll have my bike with me.

    Where must we go?*

    *We’ve been south a fair bit, Oslo, Lillehammer, Hafjell osv.

    IHN
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    Geiranger. Difficult to think of a campsite in a more stunning location

    ton
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    me and the good lady are going cycle touring in june.
    flying to tromso, riding the lofoten inlands and flying back from bodo.

    so lofoten islands I reckon.

    Premier Icon howsyourdad1
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    @Ton there is an enduro on in Bodo early June. You know what to do

    http://www.8020es.no/bod-enduro/

    ton
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    howsyourdad1, she would kill me if I entered. luckily still on the islands on those dates.

    Premier Icon allyharp
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    me and the good lady are going cycle touring in june.
    flying to tromso, riding the lofoten inlands and flying back from bodo.

    so lofoten islands I reckon.

    I did exactly that route in reverse Ton, stunning route. And you’re probably doing it the best way too, as the Southern part of the Lofoten Islands was the best in my opinion. (Though Tromso was far more interesting than Bodo, so not a bad place to end on really).

    Don’t miss the hike up to Reinebringen. Pretty much the de facto view of the islands.

    Geiranger. Difficult to think of a campsite in a more stunning location

    The big boats spoil the view though…
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    ton
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    Don’t miss the hike up to Reinebringen. Pretty much the de facto view of the islands.

    just been looking at some photos taken from the top………. stunning.

    was it a good trip allyharp?
    not spoken to anyone who has been.

    Matt_SS_xc
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    We found some great riding on Lofoten this summer. There is a Lofoten guide book of walks and rides that we bought from the tourist info there.

    Premier Icon allthegear
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    Priekestolen is pretty impressive. Worth the run up.

    Rachel

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