Each of the 18 tourist routes has its own map. The map series will make it easier for tourists travelling by road to find their way to spectacular viewing points, rest areas, good places to eat and spend the night, and much more besides.
With a larger parking area, beautiful nature walks and a new and trendy toilet facility, Skjervsfossen will be a great experience for summer tourists visiting National Tourist Route Hardanger. Director of Public Roads, Terje Moe Gustavsen, will perform the official opening on Friday 20 May.
When the Norwegian Museum of Travel and Tourism in Balestrand opens on 1 May, the National Tourist Routes will become part of Norwegian travel and tourism history.
In the autumn of 2016, the Norwegian Public Roads Administration and the publishing house Forlaget press will publish a new book about the National Tourist Routes. The book will present several new rest areas and viewpoints, in addition to the most important attractions along the 18 road stretches.
The development project at Vøringsfossen is well under way; however, the work is being carried out at the edge of a 200-metre deep canyon, and several precautions must be taken.