The Turtagrø Hotel is located in the western part of Norway. Lom is 66 km east from the hotel and Sogndal is 60 km west. The nearest towns are Skjolden along Sognefjord (17 km), Fortun (10 km), and Øvre Årdal (32 km).
The Sognefjell road normally opens May 1st.
The road from Øvre Årdal to Turtagrø, Tindevegen, opens around May 1st.
– CAR –
Car from Oslo: 440 km, 6 hours
Oslo -> Gol -> Hemsedal -> Lærdal -> ferry Fodnes – Mannheller, 15 min -> Sogndal R55 -> Gaupne R55 -> Fortun R55 -> Turtagrø
Car from Bergen: 304 km, 5 hours
Bergen -> Voss E16 -> Aurland E16 -> Lærdal E16 -> ferry Fodnes – Mannheller, 15 min -> Sogndal R55 -> Gaupne , R55 -> Fortun R55 -> Turtagrø
Ferry: Fodnes-Mannheller runs three times per hour until 21.20. After that it goes once an hour throughout the night.
– Car –
Car from Oslo via Hemsedal: 330 km, 5 hours
Oslo -> Gol -> Hemsedal -> Lærdal -> Årdal -> Tindevegen, private toll road with card slot -> Turtagrø
Car from Oslo via Sognefjellet: 421 km, 6 hours
Oslo -> Lillehammer E6 -> Otta -> Lom R 55 over Sognefjellet -> Turtagrø
Car from Bergen: 291 km, 4 hours
Bergen -> Voss E16 -> Aurland -> Lærdal -> Årdal -> Tindevegen, private toll road with card slot -> Turtagrø
Car: See distances here.
– VIA SOGNDAL –
Plane from Oslo or Bergen with Widerøe:
To Sogndal airport-> airport shuttle bus to Sogndal, 20 minutes -> bus to Fortun, 1 h and 40 min -> bus or taxi to Turtagrø, 15 min
Luster Taxi Central 57 68 16 20
– Public transport –
Sogndal – Turtagrø, 2 buses daily
Local bus connections to Turtagrø from Otta, Årdal and Sogndal during summer season.
Otta – Lom – Turtagrø. 2 buses daily.
Øvre Årdal – Turtagrø. 1 bus daily.
Nor-Way express bus drives to Lom, Sogndal and Øvre Årdal (search routes) from most parts of southern Norway. Call 177 for timetables