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I have only tried a cofee.. a I have to recognise that only the location and the building itself is special.. nothing to comment about the food. I would expect a very good polse :))
Written Aug 25, 2010
At the lower end of the Lysebotn hairpin road there's a straight tunnel, in the middle a turn of 340 degrees. The tunnel is without lights, traffic in both directions, and with lots of bicycles without lamps and even without reflectors. Those coming towards us were only seen as a silhouette in front of the car lights behind them, when there were any cars. We drove the tunnel three times, and I was glad when we were out.
The drive on the hairpins themselves was no problem.
Written Aug 12, 2007
Lysebotnvegen or the road Adneram - Lysebotn is a great challenge to lovers of bikes and motorbikes. I wouldn't recommend it to beginners though and I even think we could put a ride up or down this road under extreme sports. Steep, narrow and with precipices on both sides, it requires an experienced rider to negotiate it safely. You won't see most of the wonderful views as you will have to continuously watch the road instead: the risk of falling off the cliff is too great. Still, we did see groups of motorcyclists going up or down the road and cyclists, including girls, setting off from Lysebotn on this murderous 34 km climb.
Equipment: You must bring your own, probably on the ferry from Stavanger. There is a charge for bicycles on this ferry!
Updated Oct 14, 2005