How to get here

Notodden is 1 ½ hours’ drive from Oslo, west on route E134 towards Haukelifjell. There are good bus connections to Notodden on Timesekspressen, and it is also possible to take the Sørlandsbanen train to Nordagutu station (between Notodden and Akkerhaugen), or the Bratsbergbanen train from Skien to Nordagutu or Notodden.
Between Notodden and Akkerhaugen it is a 20-minute drive along route rv360. If you wish to take public transportation to Akkerhaugen there is a bus, or possibly the train to Nordagutu and taxi from there on.
Norsjø Ferieland where the finish of the race takes place is close to the community of Akkerhaugen in Sauherad municipality, Telemark County, at the north end of Norsjø Lake on the Telemark waterway. The start of the race is at Notodden, 23 kilometers farther north along route rv360.
Getting here by car:
From Oslo, drive via Drammen and Kongsberg to Notodden along route E134. To get to Akkerhaugen, continue on rv 360 toward Gvarv. Akkerhaugen is about 23 kilometers from Notodden.
From Vestfold and Aust-Agder counties, take route E18 to Eidanger, through Porsgrunn on rv36 to Gvarv. From Gvarv, route rv 360 to Akkerhaugen.
From the southwest, take route E134 over Haukelifjell mountain to Seljord, then route rv 36 through Bø to Gvarv. From Gvarv, take route rv 360 for about 4 kilometers to Akkerhaugen.
Getting here by train:
The Sørlandsbanen route to Nordagutu station, 5 K from Akkerhaugen.
Getting here by plane and bus:
Bus from Gardermoen and Oslo every hour of the day!
Bus from Sandefjord Torp Airport and Larvik Porsgrunn Skien every hour. Stops at Gvarv, 5 K from Akkerhaugen.

Bø – 11 kilometers
Notodden – 23 kilometers (nearest airfield for light aircraft)
Skien/Porsgrunn – 50 kilometers
Oslo – 130 kilometers
Kongsberg - 60 kilometers
Drammen – 90 kilometers
Larvik – 80 kilometers
Arendal - 140 kilometers
Kristiansand - 210 kilometers
Haugesund - 350 kilometers
Bergen - 500 kilometers
Sandefjord - 110 kilometers






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