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There are over 900 road tunnels in Norway. The map below shows the location of the Norwegian tunnels that we know of that are banned to cyclists. It also shows some of the tunnels that are open to cyclists with comments from the contributors that have cycled through them.

Each of the markers on the map below indicates a tunnel, if you click on the marker an information window will pop up. Some of the tunnels have photos and if you click on the thumbnail image a larger photo will appear in a separate window.

green markerTunnels open to cyclists and considered to be OK to cycle through. Yellow markerTunnels open to cyclists but caution required. red markerTunnels officially prohibited to cyclists by the Statens vegvesen. white tunnel markerTunnel that we know of but we currently have no information on it.

Watch our HD Video on the left which shows how to get the best out of the tunnel map including 'Street view' where you can virtually cycle through the tunnels.

This map is best viewed and loads quicker in Safari, Firefox or Chrome rather than Internet Explorer.

If you would like to contribute information on a Norwegian tunnel you have cycled through, please fill in our form here to have it included on this map.

If you would like to view the map to the full size of your screen please use this version here.

Norwegian Tunnel Database

The Norwegian Tunnel map runs from a database which we have put together with the grateful help of the contributors mentioned below.

You can search the database for tunnels by road number on our tunnels search page.

You can also see a complete listing of the tunnels on the database here. If you want to print off the database listings in order to take it with you there is a printer friendly listing here.

Norwegian Tunnel POI file

The Norwegian Tunnel map database is also available as a POI (points of interest) file† which can easily be loaded into a Garmin GPS as a Custom POI file. You will need to use the Garmin POI Loader software available here.

gps tunnel map imageThere are several databases in the Tunnel map POI file that correspond to the traffic light colour scheme used to denote the type of tunnel.

gps tunnel map comment imageEach tunnel has a basic description of the tunnel.

It uses the format [name]. [road no.], [tunnel length], [open or closed to cyclists], [lit or unlit], [alternative route.}.

The Tunnel map POI file is available for download as a 37Kb zipped file . To keep up to date with the changes in this file please subscribe to our RSS feed as any changes will be notified there. (File last updated on 10.6.2013)

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†We have only tested these files on a Garmin gps but as the files are in gpx format they could be imported into other mapping software and will then probably work with other makes of gps. You may loose the custom icon but the descriptions should be intact. Please let us know if you have any success with these files on other makes of gps, please contact -

Norwegian Tunnel Map Data pdfNorwegian Tunnel ebook file

The Norwegian Tunnel Map data is now available as an ebook file which you should be able to load into most ebook readers. This could be useful to anyone who takes an ebook reader with them on tour as you will be able to refer to the data as you plan your route each day.

So far we know this file will work on the following ebook readers:

  • Kindle 3
  • Kindle Fire HD
  • Sony PRS-350

If you have successfully loaded this file on to another make or model of an ebook reader please let us know so we can add it to the list.

The ebook file is in 'pdf' format so if you have a smartphone with a 'pdf' reader app installed you should be able to read the file OK, included in the download is a version more suited to monochrome ebook readers.

The Tunnel Map Data ebook file is available for download as a 1Mb zipped file. To keep up to date with the changes in this file please subscribe to our RSS feed as any changes will be notified there. (File last updated on 28.04.2013)

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Contributors to our Norwegian Tunnels Database

Many thanks to the following:

Brian & Karen Jerry Webb Mark Olaf Schultz Alastair Jenkins
Grelus Stan & Damae Otto Mayr SLF Lasse Meholm
Durrin Anthony Cycling Dude Cycle tour leader Andrew McGill
Liz & Bernard Norman Atkinson SatNavSaysStraightOn PAL Gunnar
Suonio Jutta Torodd Silje Kristiansen Gerrit
Jim P Markus Igor Timoshin Gu Steve Selwood
Asger Yding Nielsen meteor2017 PeterM Bernd mooncycler
L-Green Thomas.Hilde Alexander    

* Special mention must be made to Brian and Karen of Wheel Buddies for allowing us to use the tunnel information of the current banned tunnels from their web site and for providing the data in a very helpful spreadsheet format. This page would not be the same without their considerable input and encouragement.

*Please note that this map, database and associated files are for guidance only to help someone in planning a tour in Norway, we hope that the information supplied by the contributors is given in good faith, however we as owners of this site cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies in the information contained on the map, database and associated files.

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