The Great Norway Adventure

Explore the magic of Norway with our new Scandinavian routes! Venture on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to see the giant glaciers that shaped the fjords of Norway. Experience a paradise where time moves serenely through a breathtaking landscape. 16. 4. - 4. 6. 2023

Go on an adventure in Norway

Traverse the challenging Norwegian countryside, from fjords to glaciers, and see picturesque waterfalls and rugged, snow-capped summits on your journey.

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Participate in at least three races and get a chance to win a real ROUVY jersey in a lucky draw!

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Look at the race schedule, enter and get a chance to ride these beautiful new routes on ROUVY!

This event comprises 8 races running every Sunday from April 16th. You need to complete 3 of the races for the chance to win some great prizes and all participants will get a special virtual jersey at the end of the series. The new routes will be rolled out a few days before each race so you can either ride the race to win or just ride the route to enjoy the fantastic scenery. These new routes were filmed by ROUVY's professional, well-travelled video creator René Hannemann.

What are the locations?

Nusfjord to Haukland Beach

Discover a magnificent narrow winding road in Norway on a route with its sheltered bays and coves, deep fjords surrounded by spectacular, dramatic, and rugged mountain scenery, dense forests, and deep valleys.

Venabygdsfjellet, Rondane National Park

Located in a spectacular landscape, Venabygdsfjellet is the gateway to the Rondane National Park along Route 27, heading northwards in southeast Norway. Most of the park is above the treeline at between 1,000m to 2,178m above sea level. You’ll begin with an 11 km climb before you reach the plateau, where you will see the lichen-covered ground as you ride for another 17km.

Oldedalen to Briksdalsbreen Glacier

Explore the magnificent Oldedalen Valley on an undulating route in the scenic southwest of Norway. Beautiful lush green natural and narrow valley landscapes surround ancient glaciers, and high mountains tower over the aquamarine-colored Oldevatnet Lake. Cascading waterfalls line mountain crevices in the rocks, dropping into pools and rivers.

Dalsnibba from Geiranger

Known to be one of the best travel destinations in Scandinavia, the spectacular scenery of the Dalsnibba climb is incredibly beautiful, making the area one of the most famous in Norway. The climb begins right from the start with an average gradient of just under 7% from the border of the Geiranger Fjord, nestled in the iconic and beautiful valley.

Trollstigen Climb

The Trollstigen climb, Norway’s most famous road, has a magnificent and unique natural backdrop of a road snaking upwards and the beautiful 240m high Stigfossen waterfall cascading down with a thunderous spray and sound, slicing through the middle of the snaking ‘ladder,’ dominating the mountainside, lends itself to a dramatic and mythical setting. The name Trollstigen means troll’s ladder and originates from mysterious Norwegian folklore where according to legend, evil trolls roam the mountain at night and turn to stone when light falls on them.

Valdresflye to Sjodalsvatnet

Cycle mostly downhill to the magnificent and panoramic setting of the Øvre Sjodalsvatne and Nedre Sjodalsvatnet Lakes in the Jotunheimen mountain range in Norway. You will descend from the stark and rugged high plateau with views down below of smaller lakes and rivers until you reach the stony shores of the deep blue waters.

Geiranger Climb

The deep-blue UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord in Geiranger, in the region of Ålesund, forms the background to the start of your climb at the base of towering mountains that rise steeply like walls out the fjord with majestic, snow-capped peaks at their summits, gushing waterfalls and lush, green pristine vegetation.


Gamle Strynefjellsvegen is one of the most famous and historic roads in Western Norway. From the 11km mark, the old and narrow road begins and takes you up to six switchbacks. The road, built in 1881 to increase tourism in the area and typical of its time, has hand-built stone masonry walls with long rows of barrier rocks lining the narrow road like giant jagged teeth.


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