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The Mountain Adventure Tour – Cancelled

from kr 14.900,00

Due to the Coraona virus these tours are cancelled in 2020. We’ll be back!

A stunning adventure in the Norwegian mountains!

Tour dates 2020 (6 riding days)
05  July- 11 July 2020 (east)
26 July – 01 August 2020 (west)

NEW 2020: We add a western route to our program. Same concept, only different area. West is in this matter the mountains close to Hardangervidda.

Arrival at Farm Karset Sunday 18:00. Finished Saturday at 14:00.

Motorcycle vacations in Norway are always amazing.
Adventure MC Tours of Norway takes your MC tour above your imagination.
Professional guides bring you in to the heart of Norway, and in to the most stunning nature you can imagine. We show you the backroads of the backroads, the beautiful valleys and the stunning viewpoints in eastern parts of Norway, which is the real gravel heaven of this country.
On the small and broken roads, only used by locals or even only by their herds of sheep or cattle, we offer you an adventure never to forget.

The Mountain Adventure Tour is six days of riding. 1300 kilometres, mostly on gravel roads of various standard and on top of mountains with breath-taking view.
Accommodation in the mountains, all located in the middle of the stunning Norwegian nature.

We also offer self-guided tours were you get the tracks for your navigator, and we even book your hotels on your demand.
The tailor made tours are special designed to suite your possibilities regarding dates, mileage per day, accommodation etc. Your demand is our command.
We also have a rental bike for those who join one of the guided tours.

This tour can also be booked by private groups, minimum 6 persons.
You can choose 5-7 days for your group.




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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    6 days, Hotel
  • Activity Level Some experience
  • Group Size Medium Group
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South east of Norway, Hedmark and Oppland counties.
Valleys: Gudbrandsdalen, Gausdal, Folldal, Østerdalen, Grimsdalen.

Days of riding:
6 days

Total kilometers:

Gravel roads of very various standard (85 %)

Level of riding (1-8):
4 (up to 6, which is optional)
This means you must have been on gravel roads with a motorcycle before.
You have experienced many types of gravel surface and you like it!

Mountain hotels and/or cabins/apartements located in the middle of our stunning landscape.

Total places:
minimum 6
maximum 14 (2 guides)

14 900 NOK
Single room: +300 NOK/night
Single rooms are not available on every location

Program Tour East:
Sunday: Dinner at Farm Karset.
Monday: After a solid breakfast on the farm, we split the day in 2 stages. Stage 1 takes us on well maintained dirt roads from the farm to Gudbrandsdalen (100 km). We stop a few times to admire the view and maybe take some pictures of the wavy landcape. After dropping our luggage at the mountain hotel, we do stage 2 with lighter bikes. We enter areas with tracks and trails and more technical riding than on the previous stage. The viewpoints are even more spectaculare as we ride the ridges above the valley. We spend our first night at a cosy mountain hotel with local beer and traditional food.
Tuesday: We’re heading north! Partly on the famous Peer Gynt Road, but mostly on more unknown roads around it, as we enter the biggest mountain range of Norway, Jotunheimen. On our way we will do several great tracks in stunning surroundings. If the roads feels to busty, there is always a way around, but if you do them, you will never regret! In the evening we enter our next place for overnight, and the dinner is barbeque with a cold can of something good.
Wednesday: The Blue Mountain (Blåhøe) kick starts our day with excellent view and a lovely ride up and down. And if you think you have seen something amazing from the peak of the mountain, your imagination of beauty will reach new hights as we enter the valley Grimsdalen. “Grim” actually means ugly, but this valley is the absolut opposit of that. When we come out of the valley we go directly in to an area made for fun for gravel bikers. Sand, rocks, hills, streams, moss, you name it. It’s all there for us as we transport ourselves to our next hotel, which has a sauna, spa and wellness center with warm pools.
Thursday: This is another day with lighter bikes. We leave the luggage at the hotel and just enjoyes everything this area can offer for adventure riders. The guide knows the area very well, so the program will always be suited the groups level, wishes, mood etc. We only guarantee one single thing: the riding will be great!
Friday: We direct our front wheels southward, and of course on totaly different tracks from where we arrived. If we feel for it, we include another mountain peak on our way, before we ride along the river through rural areas down the valley. After a while we cross over to another valley following a looooong track loaded with pure happiness. The Roller coaster, that’s what we call one of the tracks where we stop to have a fast and furious race to the end of it. If you don’t smile on your way up and down this one, you maybe should concider a Harley and Route 66…
Finally we enter another area with lovely scenery, following a winding river south towards our last hotel, which normally is an old farmhouse with more traditional food made from the owner herself.
Saturday: Everything comes to an end, but real adventurers take the oportunity to take the slow and bumpy way back to the farm. We are now only 70 km from our starting point at Farm Karset, but in our way of riding, it takes a couple og hours to get back. Due to the fact that our last accommodation is pretty close to the Swedish border, most Swedish guests say “Hej då” (Bye bye in Swedish) already in the morning and turns directly back home. But, the rest of us will arrive at Farm Karset in the middle of the day, with plenty of time to start on your way back home, where ever you come from. Hopefully the smile on your face will last for days, and your memories for ever.

Minimum 6 riders
This tour is only for gravel bikes. Motorcycle and tires must be suitable for gravel roads. Allroad/Adventure bikes are recommended. Racing bikes and choppers can not be used.
We recommend knobbies and soft bags/aluminium panniers on your bike
Crash bars are suitable

Packing list:
Casual wear and shoes for the evenings
Drinking system/camel back
Off road boots
Extra pair of gloves
Shorts (also for wellness center at the hotel)
Rain suit (if you do not use waterproof pants and jacket)
Long Johns
Thin wool sweater or fleece (intermediate layer)
Thick wool sweater or fleece
Long, semi-thick socks (preferably wool)
Cloth for cleaning the helmet during riding

Other useful equipment:
Camera (preferably with a powerful zoom)
Action camera (incl. extra batteries and memory card)
Personal medication
Tools (incl. tire plug set an additional inner tubes, even for tubeless tires)
Duct tape, cable ties and straps


Participants meet at Farm Karset, Hamar between 5 and 6 p.m. (17.00 and 18.00) on Sunday.
We meet the evening before first riding day to get to know each other and have a good meal together.
This night on the farm is included in the price.

The address is: Karsetgutua 20, 2323 Ingeberg, Norway

GPS coordinates: 60.823714,11.143441


The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

6 x breakfast
6 x dinner
Accommodation in the mountains
6 days with professional guide(s).
1300 kilometers on gravel roads, tracks and trails.

Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

Alcoholic drinks. Available on the hotels
Transportation to and from Farm Karset, Norway
Motorcycle (1 rental bike available) and gasolin
Personal insurance
Everything not mentioned in “included”




Something about the hotel