SOGNEFJORD CYCLING Lærdal-Luster-Turtagrø This route is 120 km long. If you start in Borlaug (45 km from Lærdal centre in direction Hemsedal/Gol) Borgund Stave Church dating from 1150 is the first big attraction you will pass on your way. Further down the Lærdal valley you will cycle pass some impressive old roads - some of which date back to Viking ages. You cycle downhill partly on the main road and partly on local roads. On sereval stretches you follow the river Lærdal, Norway's most famous salmon river. In Lærdal centre you must take time to visit the Norwegian Wild Salmon Centre and the prize-winning Old Lærdalsøyri village with its unusually beautiful architecture. From Lærdal you catch the ferry to Kaupanger (In Summer 4x a day) and then on to Luster. From Solvorn take the ferry to Ornes. Here you'll find Urnes Stave Church - continue on to Skjolden and the Sognefjellsvegen if you like to Turtagrø.
ROAD DESCRIPTION Borlaug-Steinklepp-Lærdal is varied stretch of approx. 45 km in all, mostly on flat, tarmacked roads, partly on the main E16 road and partly on quiet local roads. You will also cycle on Historic Route, past old roads steeped in history - old road engineering in dramatic surroundings.
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