Planlegg bilferien (Engelsk)

Driving route and directions

Wondering how long it takes to drive from one place to another? Then these pages can help you:

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Road standard

The entire national park route runs along an asphalt road. Some stretches are winding and narrow, but offer even better views and nature experiences!

Tolls and toll roads

There are no tolls or toll roads on the national park route itself, but if you take detours on dirt roads, you must expect to pay tolls in cash. There are only a few places where you can pay by card. The fee is from NOK 30 and up. That's why it's always a good idea to have some coins for this in the car.  

Road announcements and winter closed roads

For road and traffic announcements, see Trafikkmeldinger on Statens Vegvesen or call 175. Tlf. from abroad: +47 815 48 991.

  • FV 651 Tuddal-Svineroi between Sauland and Rjukan is winter closed, normally open from April/May until snowfall.
  • The road Atrå (Steinsbøle)-Kalhovd-Gvepseborg is closed in winter, normally open from June/July until snowfall.
  • The Kromvikveien from Rauland to Kromviki/Falkeriset is closed in winter, normally open from 1 June until snowfall.

Emptying spaces for motorhomes and caravans

Emptying points for motorhome and camping toilets are well signposted and can be found in several places along the national park route. Most campsites also have emptying points. It is not permitted to empty mobile home and camping toilets or other waste in nature.

Problems along the way?

If you have problems along the way and need roadside assistance, there are many people who can help you:

General speed limits:
  • 50 km/h in densely built-up areas
  • 80 km/h on the country road
  • 90/100 km/h on the motorway
Laws and regulations
  • It is mandatory to drive with dipped beam (also during the day)
  • Use of seat belts is mandatory
  • Children under 4 must have their own seat or safety net
  • It is forbidden to drive with alcohol in your blood. Blood alcohol limit: 0.2.
  • If you are to talk on a mobile phone while driving, the use of a hands-free system is mandatory.

Foto: Hans Dieter-Fleger

Foto: Hans Dieter-Fleger