|Ortnevik 71, 5962 Bjordal, Norge|
|Fæle 20, 6893 Vik i Sogn, Norge|
|Mo sentrum, Mo, Norge|
|Fv344 14, 5728 Eidslandet, Norge|
|Unnamed Road, 5962 Bjordal, Norge|
Buses from many parts of the country
There are daily bus departures from Oslo, Bergen and Sogndal that stop in Vik, Modalen, Nordeide and Voss. Local buses can then take you further on to many of the nice starting points that lead into Stølsheimen.
Express boat from Bergen
During the summer, it is possible to take the express boat from Bergen to Nordeide and Vik.
Boat from Nordeide to Ortnevik and Vik
There is a scheduled boat service between Nordeide and Vik that stops in Ortnevik and several of the roadless hamlets on the south side of Sognefjorden. Visitors can disembark at the isolated hamlets on the south side of Sognefjorden. Seeing as this boat does not operate every day, it is a good idea to plan a trip that runs over several days.
Driving by car is the easiest way to reach a starting point that leads into Stølsheimen. There are many roads that visitors can take in order to reach the area.
If you are driving from Bergen, you can exit the E16 at Dale and drive towards Eksingedalen and Modalen, or you can exit the E39 in Romarheimsdalen in order to reach Modalen. If you continue on the E16, you will reach Voss and Vinje. At Vinje, you can take the road over the Vikafjellet mountains on highway 13 in order to reach Vik and Arnafjorden.
If you are planning a trip to Ortnevik, you can exit the E16 in Oppedal and drive along the fjord on county road 5586, or exit at Matre and drive along county road 5442 over the mountains and down to the fjord on county road 5586.
From Oslo, visitors can either drive along highway 50, take the Hol-Aurland mountain pass, or drive over the Hardangervidda mountain plateau on highway 7. You then arrive at Voss and Vinje and may continue on to Vik or Modalen.
If you drive via Sogndal, you can take highway 13 to Hella, then the ferry over to Vangsnes and continue on the highway to Vik.