Sandsfossen Foto: Jarle Lunde/ Suldal Foto
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Sandsfossen Foto: Kjetil Brekke/ Suldal Foto
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National Tourist Route

Suldal and Fjord Norway is heaven for thoseexploring the country on motorbikes. It is also much easier to get access toour narrower roads. Here are some hot tips for those who want to get through our region on two wheels.


NorwegianScenic Route (regional tour)

Norway’s Tourist Roads have identified key roads in the country that take you through some of the most beautiful parts of our landscape, with mountains, fjords, coast lines and interesting architectural eatures. We are lucky to have one of these roads going through Suldal, with Rv13 between Oanes and Røldal.


Between Sand-Røldal, you can choose the road via Sauda or via Nesflaten. Please note that the road between Sauda-Røldal is closed due to snow parts of the year.


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TheHistorical Discovery Route (regional tour)


The historical tourist route from the 1800s via Rv 13 and Fjord Norway connecting Stavanger to Bergen has attracted people for hundreds of years due to the unique combination of spectacular mountains, laciers, crystal clear waters, roaring waterfalls and pristine fjords.


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Where architecture and nature meet (local round tour)

This beautiful round tour through Suldal, Sauda and Røldal combines the best the area has to offer in terms of architecture and nature, perfect for a day trip. On the way you find architectural pearls, owerful waterfalls, snow-covered mountains and Røldal Stave Church.


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Waterpower and mountain bliss (local round tour)

One of the most unique parts of Fjord Norway is that you can go from fjords to mountain scenery in less than an hour. On this trip you start in the Fjord Village Sand and go up the hillside to Gullingen Mountain Area. Take a stop to one of Norway’s biggest hydropower developments, before you continue down the narrow road to Jøsenfjorden, back to Sand via Rv 13.