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National Scenic Routes

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  1. Norwegian Scenic Route Sognefjellet is northern Europe’s highest mountain pass, and runs from Lom to Gaupne, a total distance of 108 km (Road 55).
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  2. Norwegian Scenic Route Valdresflye runs from Garli to Hindsæter, with a detour to Gjende, a total distance of 49 km (Road 51). This is an excellent alternative if you are heading north, or it can be included in a wide variety of round trips. Parts of the route are closed during the winter between Garli and Maurvangen but the stretch between Hindsæter and Gjendesheim is open.
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  3. Past stone walls and guard stones, The Norwegian Scenic Route Gamle Strynefjellsvegen runs from Grotli to Videsæter, a total distance of 27 km (Road 258).
  4. Viewpoint Sognefjellet
    At Sognefjellshytta there is established a viewpoint where you can take a stop, stretch your legs, go for a small walk and get an impression of the Jotunheimen National Park.
  5. The Saga Column - Elveseter. Photo: Mari Arnøygard Wedum
    "Sagasøyla", until 1992 called "Eidsvollsmonumentet", is a 34 meter high column with sculpture and reliefs - designed by the sculptor Wilhelm Rasmussen in the 1920s.
  6. The stone sculpture by Knut Wold at Mefjellet is one of many attractions along the National Scenic Route Sognefjellet.
  7. From the viewpoint Vegaskjelet, you will have the view of the 2,000-metre peaks of Skarsnebb and Steinetind in Jotunheimen, Norway.