Drive to the city of Bergen, on the south west coast of Norway. Drive past the mighty fjords to Voss and the colossal Twindefossen waterfall!
Then take a ride through the longest road tunnel in the world! This cave route runs entirely under the mountains and is 24.5 kilometres long.
1. Fialer Valley
Catch a quick ferry across Sogne Fjord and head for the Fjaller Valley, a land of glaciers and snow-capped mountains. Continue on to the coastal towns of Stryn or the mountain village of Videster.
Afterwards, drive north to the town of Geiranger, down the deadly vistas of Trollstien's turning wheels (which literally means 'Troll Trail').
2. Atlantic RoadAtlantic Road
After the descent, take the ferry across the Eresfjord to Molde and Kristiansund. For complete sightseeing coverage, take a ride on the famous 'Atlantic Road'.
And end your journey with a well-deserved break on the calm waters and stubborn homes of Trondheim.
A tour on wheels through the Arctic Fjords is best suited to thrill seekers and landscape junkies. A car tour will take between three and seven days. Insider tip: If you're planning a road trip in Norway during the winter months, be sure to check road closure times!