Occasionally along a busy road
Signed with red signs Route 9 Villmarksruta, but there are signs missing and somewhere misleading, so make sure to download the map upfront in your smartphone.

You cycle on gravel roads with trees around you and you´re getting really close to the Swedish border today. After about 14 kilometers you should park the bike and walk the short path up to the Lebiko cabin for a nice break. This is owned by the Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) and open for booking and camping if you´re a member of DNT and/or have the universal key. Read more about DNT here.

When you reach Austmarka after about 35 km, it is possible to do grocery shopping at the local Joker. Destination of today is Magnor, where you can stay at the Hotel Magnor Bad or camp at The Plus – probably the world’s most environmentally friendly furniture factory. See illustration from BIG/Vestre. In Magnor you will find shopping and restaurants as well.

Public transport: Bus transport to/from Magnor. Check for information.

Elevation: 700
Surface: 50/50 asphalt/gravel
Safety: Roads with little traffic

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Points of Interest

  • local_seeGrocery store, Joker Austmarka
  • local_seeHotell Magnor Bad
  • local_seeLebiko self-service cabin, DNT Finnskogen
  • local_seeNedre Øieren Gård
  • local_seeThe Plus free camping