Haukeliekspressen drives through stunning mountain scenery, fjords and cities on its journey between East to West in Norway. Travelling from the East, the route goes from Oslo, through county Telemark, across beautiful Haukelifjell close to the Hardangervidda nature reserve. Decending to Røldal, the journey continues through the fjords to cities Haugesund and Bergen.
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Photo: Håkon Aarthun / haukeliseter.no
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"Heimat" in Vinje is a nice café at the E134 between Bergen and Oslo. You can get real home cooking, dinner, lunch, sandwiches and à la carte. If you take the Haukeliekspressen between Oslo, Bergen or Haugesund, you can pre-order food in their online shop Heimat.no, which can be collected at Åmot during food break.
Route NW180 Haukeliepressen runs over the Haukelifjell mountain pass, and the weather can sometimes be challenging and delays may occur. We ask you as travellers to take this into account when planning your trip and that you calculate plenty of time for any further travel.
When Haukelifjell is closed due to storms, Haukeliekspressen runs as follows:
The buses from Oslo normally travel to Åmot and heads back to Oslo.
The bus travels back from Åmot to Oslo in regular scheduled times if the shutdown persists.
The buses from Haugesund run as normal to Røldal and heads back to Haugesund. The bus travels back from Røldal towards Haugesund in regular scheduled times if the shutdown persists.
For information about weather, driving conditions, column driving or other messages, please visit vegvesen.no or call 175.
Changes to ticket purchasing in Vest-Telemark
From 1 July, Telemark Bilruter will not be responsible for local buses in Vest-Telemark. From this date onwards, it will not be possible to by a through ticket when travelling both on express buses and local buses.