In the very heart of the Norwegian mountains lies a road that’s not just a means to a destination but a thrilling destination in itself. Far more than just asphalt, gravel, and stones, the historic 16.7-mile-long Gamle Strynefjellsvegen (Old Stryn mountain road) provides a journey back in time to all who make the trip.
One of Norway’s 18 designated national scenic routes, the road has long since been the primary method of transport over the mountains.
The historic stretch of road has been replaced by a series of tunnels on route 15 that travels from east to west around the northern edge of Jostedalsbreen National Park,
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