Sauda Tourist Information is located at Brugata 4, right by Storelva river.
Here you can get the latest updates on guided tours, seasonal hikes, tourist attractions and what’s on in Sauda.
Phone: +47 52 78 42 00
E-mail: [email protected]
Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 3 PM
Monday – Sunday: 10 AM – 5 PM
You can rent equipment for outdoor activities and events at the Tourist Information Office. Send us an e-mail or stop by the office to get a price list.
Sauda lies to the far north in Rogaland, a 2 hours drive from Haugesund and 2.5 hours drive from Stavanger, along the National Scenic Route Ryfylke.
You can also travel from Stavanger by boat – The journey takes you through gorgeous fjords or you can get the bus from Haugesund or Ølen. Public transport schedules can be found at kolumbus.no.
There are no trains in this part of Norway.
Saudavegen (Fv. 250) is a spectacular mountain pass between Røldal and Sauda. Saudavegen road between Hellandsbygd and Røldal is closed in winter.
Worth knowing that the road up to Breiborg (a bit further along the mountain road from Hellandsbygd is open from the winter holidays, usually in the month of February. Keep up to date on road closures at Statens Vegvesen.
Skiing & hiking
In winter Sauda has over 100 km marked ski trails. To keep up to date about when the ski trails are being maintained check out S\ skisporet.no
Check avalanche and landslide risks on varsom.no
Sauda is great for both skiing and hiking. Get to know the Norwegian Mountain code when planning your next adventure.
Sauda is surrounded by nature and our house rules or Norwegian Laws of Nature will help you get a better understanding of how you can travel responsibly in this gorgeous environment.
The Right to Roam
We give you almost unhindered access to the countryside here in Norway. Learn more about how the right to roam is relevant to you and your travel plans here.
What lies beyond Sauda?
Sauda is in an area with endless wilderness. For more inspiration for your next adventure, check out VisitRyfylke, the digital portal to Ryfylke.