Wegenkaart - landkaart 08 Nasjonale Turistveger Sognefjellet | Nordeca

Speciale map met daarin een wegenkaart van een Nationale Toerist Route in Noorwegen. Naast een gedetailleerde landkaart van schaal 1: 80.000 met hoogtelijnen en toeristische aanduidingen staat op de achterzijde toeristische informatie, alsmede adressen voor eten, drinken en overnachting.
De kaart beschrijft spectaculaire uitzichtpunten, natuurfenomenen, attracties, accommodaties, horeca en bezienswaardigheden langs de Nationale Toeristenweg. De teksten op de kaart zijn drietalig: Noors, Engels en Duits.
En elke map is ook nog eens voorzien van 5 XL-ansichtkaarten van het gebied. Als aandenken of om te versturen.
This journey along a route that has connected Norway between east and west for centuries includes Northern Europes highest mountain pass, at 1 434 metres above sea level. The Sognefjell road starts in the lush cultural landscape of Bøverdalen valley in the east and crosses the mountain plateau, with panoramic views of glaciers and towering mountains, before descending through valleys to the inner reaches of the Sognefjord with their tranquil villages in the west. Travelling this route across the roof of Norway provides the opportunity to experience vast mountain expanses, dramatic fjords and valleys and a landscape brimming with cultural heritage sites. Lom stave church, one of the biggest and most beautiful stave churches in our country, is one of its many highlights. In a former era, this route was the main artery connecting the coast with the inland regions. Salt and fish were brought eastwards and exchanged for butter, tar and pelts for the return journey. In those days, farmers and merchants travelled together when crossing the mountains so as not to be waylaid by highwaymen. Today it is safe to travel here, and the adventure along the road is found in the combination of magnificent mountain scenery, art and architecture. National Tourist Route Sognefjellet runs from Lom to Gaupne over a total distance of 108 kilometres (County Road 55). The mountain crossing is closed in the winter season; when it opens in early May, the road may be lined with banks of snow up to ten metres in height.
Fakta: – Eksklusiv innpakning – Unikt innhold – Flotte og illustrative bilder – Tre språk(norsk, engelsk og tysk) – Bilder og informasjon rett i kartet – Egne postkort medfølger