Mountain to Fjord Norway

Discovering the hidden gems! The scenic of backcountry epics to mountain biking into Fjord Norway.

A wicked shuttle to the top of a Mountain Pass at one of the highest roads in the area will droop-off at 1.000mts of altitude to ride up to 1.140mts and then downwards until sea level. After the scenic shuttle, the serenity.

The ride starts with a gravel road section including two small uphills of 230mts acumulated, after this point we reach the single-track and from here the experience is off the beaten path with a thousand meters descent, the views are breath-taking and the ride…ops! About the ride you should tell us what is about.

Join our expert guides on this epic Norwegian mountain to fjord bike trip!


The plush ride we got for you!

All our guided trips include a high-end full suspension mountain bike from CUBE , all brand new 2021.

The CUBE Stereo 150  is a machine that delivers almost infinite fun on epic trails. With 140mm, 27.5in wheels and robust components, it’s the perfect setup for any riding situation you care to throw its way – the perfect bike for existing and aspiring enduro riders alike and perfect bike for our backcountry terrain.

With 150mm travel on forks and shock to absorb all the bumps and make it a hell of plush ride and not doubt it will boost your confidence to send that good droop.

Equiped with a 150mm* adjustable seatpost with handlebar lever. The Reverb dropper post gives the rider plenty of scope to move around on the bike and provides a safe and comfortable descent.

All of our rides are guided by friendly, knowledgeable local guides. Secret trails, out-of-the-way swimming holes, they know it all!

*Bike size small come with 120mm adjustable seatpost.

TRIP DURATION
7 hours total including transfer time.
Ride: ~ 3 to 4 hours

ABILITY LEVEL 
Recommended for riders SKILL LEVEL above 4 and FITNESS LEVEL above 3. See the skills & fitness rating system down below.

FROM
July 9th until  September 5th
Trip time: 9:00 am Friday and Saturdays

PRICE
NOK. 1450 Adult
NOK. 1305 Youth

GUEST REQUIRMENTS

Min age 14
Good physical health
Please inform us of any medical conditions like asthma, epilepsy etc

WHAT’S INCLUDED

– Top quality equipment
– Mountain bike Enduro
– Full travel MTB with 150mm suspension and 150mm shock.
– Helmet
– Gloves

WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU

– Confortable clothes to bike with
– Thermal underwear if cold
– Windstoper jacket
– Suncream
– Sunglasses

MEETING POINT

If you are in Voss, the pick up is at 9am at our Outdoor Lounge Tent located by the lakeside of Vangsvatnet in Voss. Only 100mts from the Train station  and the Central Bus station. Visiting address: Evangervegen 14 – Postal code 5704  – Click here to get there via google maps

If you are at Myrkdalen Hotel 10am is the pick-up time.

Please, show up 10 minutes before your scheduled time at designated location.

1- Check-in at our outdoor base 9am in Voss or at Myrkdalen Hotel at 10am
2 – Gear up
3 – Quickly bike check and warm-up
4 – Scenic one hour shuttle ride
5 – Transport to the trails starting point
6 – MTB trail tour
7 – Biking back to our base (stop by Myrkdalen Hotel droop-off is needed)
8 – Gear out
9 – After Bike beer at Tre Brør Bar


SKILL AND FITNESS RATING SYSTEM

We want ensure you will find your adventures appropriate to your ride experience, skill level and interest, is of utmost importance to us.

During the booking time we ask every Rider to review the SKILL AND FITNESS RATING SYSTEM below, to ensure we can offer the most appropriate cycling route so you’re confident to executing the set skill and fitness.

SKILL RATINGS :

SKILL LEVEL 1 – NEWBIE
You’ve never ridden a mountain bike before.

SKILL LEVEL 2 – BEGINNER
You have limited experience with off-road trail riding.

SKILL LEVEL 3 – NOVICE
You’re hooked on riding off-road and wide dirt trails (gravel trails or doubletrack), but still lack the skills and confidence to consistently ride terrain with roots, rocks, tight corners, tight trees and steeps. Singletrack – what is singletrack?

SKILL LEVEL 4 – STRONG NOVICE
Your dedication to mountain biking has led you to your first handful of rides on real singletrack. You enjoy the smooth mellow singletrack, although often the trees feel too tight, the climbs come too quick to shift and have you walking, and the obstacles have you a bit surprised as you did not even know people ride right over logs!

SKILL LEVEL 5 – INTERMEDIATE

TERRAIN

At a controlled speed and on mellow singletrack terrain, you are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack which may include tight trees, mud, loose rocks and sand.

OBSTACLES

You are comfortable and confident rolling over small obstacles (a couple centimeters high) like roots, rocks and small rollable drops (a couple inches high). You do not take your wheels off the ground.

SKILL LEVEL 6 – ADVANCED

TERRAIN

You are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack which may include tight trees, mud, loose rocks and sand and are comfortable doing so on aggressive terrain with little braking.

OBSTACLES

You can hop over obstacles such as small roots and rocks that less advanced riders may wheel lift over.   You are comfortable and confident with a front wheel lift and rear wheel lift to get up and over larger obstacles (up to 20cm) such as roots and rocks that are not rollable.

SKILL LEVEL 7 – EXPERT

TERRAIN

You are comfortable riding a variety of singletrack which may include tight trees, mud, loose rocks and sand and are comfortable doing so on aggressive terrain with little braking. You rarely, if ever, walk.

OBSTACLES

You often hop over obstacles such as roots and rocks that less advanced riders may wheel lift over.   Small drops are no issue for you and you are comfortable with having both wheels leave the ground.

BIKE PARK

If you have ridden a bike park, you are comfortable on all green, blue, black and double black trails.


FITNESS RATINGS

FITNESS LEVEL 1
You are a couch potato.
You cannot ride for more than half an hour on flat terrain at a time, and the thought of climbing on a bike is daunting.
You exercise less than 1 hour per week.

FITNESS LEVEL 2

You live a fairly sedentary life with little physical activity other than walking.
You can handle a 1 hour bike ride on flat terrain at a relaxed pace.
Small, short hills are challenging to climb, but are sometimes manageable.
You exercise on average 1 hour per week.

FITNESS LEVEL 3

You are capable of 2 hours of pedal time in a day at a relaxed pace, as long as there are several breaks.
You can handle one or two easy climbs of up to 100 vertical metres (330 ft.) total.
You exercise on average 2 hours per week (including riding a mountain bike).

FITNESS LEVEL 4

You are capable of riding at a moderate pace for an average of 2 hours of pedal time a day.
You are capable of climbing up to 200 vertical metres (650 ft.) in a day.
You exercise on average 3 hours per week.
Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.

FITNESS LEVEL 5

You are capable of riding at a moderate pace for an average of 3 hours of pedal time a day.
You are confident climbing up to a total of 300 vertical metres (1,000 ft.) in a day.
You exercise on average 4 hours per week.
Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training or running.

FITNESS LEVEL 6

You are capable of riding at a moderate pace for an average of 4 hours of pedal time a day.
You can handle moderate climbs up to 750 vertical metres (2,450 ft) total in a day.
You exercise on average 6 hours per week.
Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training or running.

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