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The section to Solvorn is on lovely sweepers that allow you to let go of some speed and find a good flow. The last part down to Solvorn is just charming and must be enjoyed and if you are generous with yourself, you can order lunch at Ole Henrik at Walaker Hotel, it must be booked. The ferry from Solvorn is a small ferry with few departures so it is wise to book a seat on tel. 992 78 837 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember that you have the opportunity to drive past Urnes stave church dated 1140 and make a stop at the 218 meter high Feigefossen waterfall. From Skjolden to Turtragrø (900 meters above sea level) you drive the Sognefjellsvegen road, which is a national tourist route. Feel free to stop at Turtragrø. The 32 km long Tindevegen from Turtagrø to Årdal is a fantastic experience that you will remember, on this stretch you can stop several times to enjoy the view! The road down to Øvre Årdal is steep, winding, narrow and fun, and a coffee break might be just the thing here! Then the trip goes along the fjord to Fodnes and the ferry that takes you to Mannheller. The tour continues from here to Sogndal and along the Sognefjord to Balestrand.
This depends primarily on whether you have installed a GPS, navigate by App on your mobile phone or prefer paper printouts. Here we describe the most common workflows:
Many of the routes on Hubriding use the app Ride with GPS app for route planning and navigation of the routes. You can download this as a free version or pay for extended use. Click on the Send to Device link on the map on this page, when the app has started and you see the current route, click Navigate and then just follow the route.