Mjølkevegen - one of Norway's finest cycling adventure routes

Mjølkevegen, which is one of Norway's finest cycling adventure routes, walks into beautiful mountain and seascape between Vinstra in Gudbrandsdalen, through large parts of Valdres, to Gol in Hallingdal. The route is part of the National Cycle Route No. 5

The trip through Valdres offers Norway's largest and most active areas, such as Jotunheimvegen in the east and Stølsvidda in the west. The cycling route extends to highways with little traffic, and the combination of magnificent nature, noise and mountain air is a luxury we all can experience. The cycling trip can be combined with hiking in the mountains, swimming, fishing, boating and beautiful nature and cultural experiences - a perfect cycling holiday suitable for active families

Tyinholmen is one of several accommodation companies that have entered into cooperation on accommodation, dining and guidance along the cycle route. Tyinholmen is a natural stopover along Panorama Round (160 km) of Mjølkevegen: Recommended route is to start on the Route in Vinstra - Lemonsjøen - Bygdin, take the bike on M / S Bitihorn over Bygdin to Eidsbugarden - Tyinholmen - Sørre Hemsing and exit at Beitostølen. If you are first at Tyinholmen, we strongly recommend taking the detour into Koldedalen. Outstanding nature experience!

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King road over Filefjell

The 10X mile hiking trail Kongevegen over Filefjell takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Norway. From the inland villages in Valdres via the high mountains on the Filefjell and down to the narrow and dramatic fjord landscape at the bottom of the Sognefjord. A journey between the regions with the historic King's Road as a common red thread. The party between Vang and Lærdal was the most spectacular on the Bergenske Kongeveg. Today, the road is one of the finest road-historical cultural monuments in the country.

Starting from Tyinholmen one can choose several exciting stages. The nature experiences are spectacular.

The royal road has varying surfaces of gravel, grass, path and asphalt. The road can both be walked and cycled, but be aware that the recommended cycle route has a different path than the walking route.

The season for trips along the Royal Road starts in the transition April / May down in Lærdal and in Vang, while over the high mountain the snow disappears late in June. July and August are high season, but an autumn trip in September and October also offers great experiences.

For more information about King's Road see here www.visitkongevegen.no