Day 23 I hit the road with grey sky at 9am and from 11am enjoyed sunny weather until the end of the day. After 3 hours on the road I reachd the 1,257-metre-long Gjemnessund Bridge, the second longest suspension bridge in Norway and around 2pm I arrived in Kanestraum and boarded the ferry across the Halsafjord to Halsa.
I had booked a Airbnb at a farm and the bottom at the Valsøyfjord and received instructions to help me finding the farm with the booking confirmation. But I took the wrong way, following a steep track where I had some difficulty to push my bike. The track ended at a closed gate I fortunatly was able to open and I found myself in a meadow. There was a farm below and I rushed down the meadow to discover that I had eventually reached the Airbnb.
My friendly host offered me to wash my sweaty clothes in the washing machine. I took a shower and had a quickly prepared trekking dinner. Astonishing Norway: the farm was in the middle of nowhere, but offered a 500/500Mbps highspeed internet access.
88.8 km (incl. 6 km by ferry)
Ø 13.5 km/h
↗ 1,050 m
↘ 1,070 m
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