Hardanger consists of four stretches: Granvin – Steinsdalsfossen (fv. 7), Norheimsund – Tørvikbygd (fv. 49), Jondal – Utne (fv. 550), and Kinsarvik – Låtefoss (rv. 13), a total distance of 158 km. A ferry operates between Tørvikbygd and Jondal and Kinsarvik – Utne – Kvanda
It’s no secret that Hardanger is like a giant picture postcard and almost everywhere you look you will feast your eyes on thundering waterfalls or fruit trees in bloom. Everything you’ve ever heard about Hardanger is true. Dramatic roads run through dramatic scenery and there is a wealth of variation to absorb. The roads in Hardanger impose their own pace and you must adapt to the natural tempo. The road may follow a shelf along a steep-sided valley or it might literally pass through apple orchards; perhaps it is this closeness that is the unique quality of the stretch. Here the experience is in the drive.
The perfect holiday would be to drive in springtime at the height of the fruit blossoming season, stop to fish in the Hardangerfjord and then return when fruit picking is underway in late summer. The Hardanger will reveal its unique aspects that change with the season and are all equally worth exploring
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