Travelling across southern part of Norway
through the Haukeli Pass provides a
beautiful journey with a magnitude of scenic
experiences. Southern part of Norway
has a diversity of landscapes; Sea swept
rocky shores and sheltering sand dune
beaches along the coast merges with open
farmlands, vast forests and narrow valleys.
Towards the West Coast to the Hardangerand Bokna Fjords one faces steep mountains with snow covered peaks that plunge into bottomless lakes and fjords. Its all beautiful picturesque.
In addition you will encounter vibrant cities and rural villages with a diversity of cultural and activity offers tailor-made for you.
Regardless if you arrive with ferry from East, South or West Coast, the Haukeli Road (E134) constitute the most important road network. Along the Haukeli Road there are roads connecting in all directions, roads named after heritage and cultural belonging. The Telemark Road includes Kristiansand to Morgedal in Telemark.
This road is the gateway to Telemark for
holidaymakers arriving from Denmark,
Sweden and UK. The Setesdal Road is also
starting off from Kristiansand and
continues up towards Haukeli.
The Ryfylke Road is characterised as wild and beautiful, and along this road you will be encountering many attractions. The Folgefonn Tunnel makes it easier to travel from Hardanger towards Kvinherad and the magnitude numbers of islands between Bergen and Haugesund. Between the South Coast city Kristiansand and the West Coast city Haugesund you can enter the North Sea Road which has many scenic qualities along with attractions. At last among the diversity of roads mentioned here, the Telemark Canal, a water way with boat traffic between Skien and Dalen in Telemark, so to speak from fjord to mountain.
In Magasinet Haukelivegen you will be guided to the many experiences to be discovered alongside the Haukeli Road.