Norwegian National Cycle Routes
The Norwegian National Cycle Routes (Nasjonale sykkelrute) form the national cycling route network of Norway. There are currently 10 such long-distance cycling routes, criss-crossing Norway and these were established mainly to promote bicycle tourism.
- Svinesund to Kirkenes
- Porsgrunn to Stavanger
- Kristiansand, Setesdal and Hardanger
- Bergen, Finse, Oslo
- Larvik, Kongsberg, Geilo
- Røros to Hardanger
- Halden, Oslo, Nidaros
- Oppdal to Molde
- Halden to Trondheim
- Northcape to Lindesnes
- LF-routes, the national cycling route network of the Netherlands.
- National Cycle Network, the national cycling route network of the United Kingdom.
- ^ "Syklist Velkommen – tips til sykkelferien: National cycle routes, Page 1" . Retrieved 4 March 2014.
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