Line NW161 Oslo–Fagernes–Beitostølen–(Gjendesheim)
Line NW163 Oslo–Oslo lufthavn–Fagernes
Line NW163 wich runs via Oslo Airport has been canceled until further notice.
Valdresekspressen runs every day throughout the year and is divided into 3 different lines. The buses run directly between Oslo Bus Terminal and 3 different bus stations in the Valdres area.
Few regions in Norway have such a varied range of things to do throughout all four seasons. Fagernes is located in the heart of the region, and is a good starting point for many great adventures.
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- for adults
- on single stretched routes (without transfer)
- travels in Buskerud
When your journey consists of more than one leg / change of buses, then it is important to know about NOR-WAY Bussekspress' transfer rules.
When you are going to catch a flight, you should calculate plenty of travel time to the airport and take into account that there may be a queue at the check-in and the security control. Also follow the recommendations from the airline and airport.
Traveltime between Oslo and Årdal: ca. 5 hours
Line: NW 161
Traveltime between Oslo and Beitostølen: ca. 3 hours and 47 minutes
Line: NW 163
Traveltime between Oslo airport and Fagernes: ca. 2 hours and 50 minutes
Power outlet for chargers
- Beitostølen–Gjendesheim: seasonal route
- Gjendesheim–Leirvassbu: seasonal route
Corresponding routes and further connections, see the travel planner.
When Fv. 53 (county road) Tyin–Årdal is closed the bus runs via Lærdal, see info.
Information on closed roads can be found on vegvesen.no or phone 175.
Explore Flåm and Aurland
Within a few hours travel from Oslo or Bergen, you can discover beautiful Norwegian nature, fjords, mountains and the famous Flåmsbana.