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Knuten The Knot

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Knuten The Knot


I read about Knuten The Knot (GPS: 62°04'37.3"N 7°14'04.9"E or 62.077024, 7.234693) and find it interesting, would like to find out more about this place:

1. I read in some sites says it is still drivable, but not mentioned in the official site such as visitnorway.com. The picture at the official site, seems like there are a lot of people visiting there on foot instead. Wound like to confirm if this road is still open for cars in 2018?


2. If it is drivable, is this road a 1 way road? or I can drive from either from North entrance (from the Geiranger town/village direction, go under the bridge) or South entrance (from Djupvasshytta direction, on the top of bridge)?

From Google Street View dated year 2010, the road seems very narrow and looks like Google Street View crew accessed from north, go under the bridge and stopped without completing the knot.

3. If both direction is drivable and given the narrow road, access which direction would you recommend? I will be driving a compact car such as Toyota Auris or VW Golf.

4. If it is not drivable or better on foot, then can I know where is the nearest parking? I could not seems to find it. There is a small hotel about 200 meters away (3 minutes walk), not sure if we can park there.

Thank you in advance for your time and guidance.

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1. Re: Knuten The Knot

Yes, I think it’s drivable, shown by a sign when driving up the valley, but I also think it’s drivable either way. Narrow one lane road.

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2. Re: Knuten The Knot

You can of course drive there if no gate, but it is just 10 meters from the main road and only a short section. So you might as well park and stroll for some 10 or 30 Seconds



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