We make sure you get the most out of your day in the mountains! We offer day-tours, half day-tours, introduction courses and technique courses.
Beginner to advanced
- Group size
- The area
- Practical info
From our base at Urørt Bike Lodge we have an endless network of trails to choose from, amongst other almost 100 km of descents just outside of our front-door! We tailor the tour to your level and needs, and we also offer fully suspended E-bikes for rent.
We offer guided day-tours in the areas around Røros, Alvdal and Rondane national park. Transport needed for the biking is included in the price.
Day-tours (up to 7 hours):
1 person: 1900,- NOK
2-8 persons: 1090,- NOK per person
Day-tour + lodging at Urørt Bike Lodge: 1490,- NOK per person
Half day-tours (up to 4 hours):
1 person: 1700,- NOK
2-8 persons: 850,- NOK per person
Mountain biking in Alvdal, Tynset and Folldal
Most of our tours are hosted in the beautiful mountain landscape neighbouring Rondane national park. The mountain biking in Alvdal, Folldal and Tynset is known for it´s unique combination of trails above and below the tree line. The mountains in the area are almost hand tailored for mountain biking, with summits that are steep enough for fantastic descents, but also mellow enough so you don´t have to push your bike too often. It is one of the driest areas in Norway, well protected from western low pressures by the mountain regions of Rondane and Jotunheimen. This means mostly dry trails throughout the season!
In Alvdal you find Mt. Tron, with Norways highest mountain road all the way to the summit. This provides a unique starting point to a magnificent network of trails. The area is also famous for the mountains farms, spread all around in the mountains of the region. Most of the trails we use for biking are either used as trails to the mountain farms, or to the old mines, which you also find scattered around in the area. Both result in a unique network of trails in the mountains.
Mountain biking in Røros
The mountain plateau surrounding Røros is a very special place, with its wide, mellow mountain-terrain stretched across the old mining-landscape. The mining and the logging that came with it, has resulted in a unique network of trails in the mountains surrounding Røros. Most of our tours are hosted in the southern part of the plateau. The mountain biking around Røros is especially known for the mellow and dry singletracks in the mountains.
Level of difficulty
You’re hooked but still lack the skills to tackle terrain beyond beginner level
You can handle undulating terrain, have good control of your brakes and know how to shift gears appropriately so that you don’t get off your bike too often
You can handle terrain that is slightly technical, with smaller rocks and roots and can climb on single-track as long as it’s not very technical
You can ride 2-4 hours at a moderate pace with several short breaks, over a few days
You’re capable of climbing up to 200 vertical metres (650 ft) in a day
(Levels: 3-4 skill level, 3-4 fitness level)
You’re confident in your climbing and descending skills
You can handle moderately technical terrain and obstacles such as small logs and rocks (up to 10-12 cm high).
You have very good control of your bike on intermediate and slightly more advanced terrain, and are comfortable climbing quite technical single-track
You can ride 4-6 hours a day at a moderate pace with some short breaks, over a few days
You can handle moderately steep climbs of up to a total of 600 vertical metres (1,650 ft) in a day
(Levels: 5-6 skill level, 4-6 fitness level)
You are confident in all aspects of mountain biking
You can handle most technical terrain, include rocky and root trails, along with features such as switchbacks, medium logs (15 cm high), and low-level obstacles
You’re comfortable with most advanced level trails (although you may walk a few sections)
You can ride 6 – 8 hours a day at a steady pace over several days
You have little trouble climbing 1,000 vertical metres (3,280 ft.) in a day on fairly steep terrain
(Levels: 6-7 skill level, 7-8 fitness level.)
You’re fully confident riding all types of terrain and distances
You ride as often as possible and can handle technical terrain and medium-level stunts, such as large log rollovers (over 30 cm) and small bridges
You can descend steeps and climb technical single-track with little to no problem
You rarely – if ever – get off your bike to walk sections except on extremely technical terrain
You can ride up to 10 hours a day at a fast and steady pace over several days
You have little trouble climbing 1,500 vertical metres (3,280 ft.) in a day on steep terrain
(Levels: 7-8 skill level, 8-9 fitness level.)
How to get there
Our tours are centrally located in southeastern Norway, only 3-4 hours from Oslo international airport. From Oslo international airport you could either jump onboard on one of the northbound trains towards Trondheim, rent a car, or we can organise pick-up at the airport. There is also a local airport at Røros with daily flights from Oslo. Prior to your tour we will send some practical information amongst others including info on transportation.
We recommend full suspension bikes on all of our tours. We also provide rental bikes, specially tailored for our tours. We will issue a recommended packing list for every tour. Please note that the packing list is issued as a reference, and Urørt ski og sykkeleventyr AS is not responsible for failing to include any particular item or misspellings on this list.
Terms of payment
When the order is placed an invoice for the deposit, equalling 30 % of the total price, will be issued. Final payment is due 60 days prior to departure. The agreement between the parties is not binding until the deposit is paid in full. To read our full terms and conditions click here.
CEO at Urørt and NMIG certified MTB-guide
Audun holds a passion for mountain-adventures, and especially secret gems off the beaten path. Through Svaneti Backcountry and Urørt, he has been organising guided ski-tours to Svaneti since 2013, and he has first-hand knowledge of the skiing, culture, and local partners of the area.
As a mtb guide he is at the top of his game in this own backyard, in the neigbouring mountains to Rondane national park, or at exotic destinations like Georgia. Wherever the tour goes he is ready to show you the best trails adjusted to your level and needs.
Even though most of our tours are hosted in some of the driest areas of Norway, we will still be in the mountains and above the tree line for a longer period of time on most of our tours. We encourage all our guests to be prepared for all kinds of weather, and all seasons, even during mid-summer. At all times follow the instructions of your guide, and use the issued packing lists as reference to get the most out of your tour!