Ryfylke National Tourist Route is a 115.6 mile point-to-point trail located near Håra, Hordaland, Norway. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for walking and scenic driving.
The National Tourist Route Ryfylke through Ryfylke, which opened in 2011, is one of the longest of Norway’s 18 National Tourist Routes. The route through Ryfylke – from Oanes by the Lysefjord to Hårå in Røldal travels Rv13 and Fv520. The National Tourist Route Ryfylke is an exciting encounter with the very best of Fjord Norway – with stunning fjords, a myriad of beautiful islands and islets, forests, heathlands and lush farmland, sheer cliffs, screes and boulder fields, and a cultural landscape that tells of Ryfylke’s long history. Ryfylke’s three most famous attractions are the Lysefjord, Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) and Kjerag. As you travel the scenic road you will discover picnic areas set in beautiful surroundings, and cultural monuments that are centuries or even thousands of years old.