Peer Gynt Road

Local namePeer Gynt Vegen
LocationEast Land, Norway

The Peer Gynt Road is a 60-kilometre-long tourist mountain road, named for the folkloric character Peer Gynt. It is a toll road. It runs in the east of Norway in Oppland county with views of Jotunheimen, along the villages Skeikampen, Fagerhøy, Gålå, Fefor and Dalseter.

The road is only open in the summer, mostly from the 1st of June, and is closed when the snow starts.

Tags Scenic Route
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Admission

Toll:
The road is devided into two sections:
Skeikampen - Gala: NOK 80
Fefor - Dalseter: NOK 70

Season ticket (Skeikampen - Dalseter): NOK 675

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peer_Gynt_(mountain_road)

Official website http://www.peergyntvegen.no/

Email post@peergyntvegen.no

Phone +47 900 76 081

Address Peer Gynt Vegselskap 2652 Svingvoll, Norway

Coordinates 61°27'13.914" N 9°54'15.03" E

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