From spectacular fiords to immerse snow-capped mountains, Norway provides the perfect setting for your mountain bike adventure. You’ll find options across the country, from more off-road rides in the wilderness to bike parks and well-maintained trails. There are also plenty of family-friendly options.
What should I know about Mountain Biking Norway?
The northwestern part of Fjord Norway is a great spot for mountain biking. Here you’ll be able to do some awesome off-road biking surrounding by beautiful forests. One great option is getting a boat tour around the fiords, cycling up the mountain, then cruising down from the summit to the sea. Another option is riding in Skibotn, here you can ride 1,000 meters above the sea level and take in awesome views of the Lyngen Alps. Or, you can check out the southern city of Trysil which has a biking arena that’s suitable for the whole family.
Why should I choose Norway for my Mountain Biking adventure?
**Northern Lights **
**Perfect Scenery **
What can I expect from the weather in Norway?
The weather will vary greatly depending on where you are, however Oslo has a summer average of 18 degrees celsius and a winter average of -3 degrees celsius.
Which language is predominantly spoken in Norway?
Norwegian is the official language, however many people speak English.
What currency is accepted in Norway?
How can I get to Norway?
Fly into Oslo, then you can get around via train, bus, car or boat.
What’s the country code of Norway?
What’s the high season for Mountain Biking in Norway?
The best time to make the most of the trails and the long days is spring and summer.
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