Information and map
The snow coach trail is for the most part groomed on top of the closed summer road. The starting point for the snow coaches are at Tyin parking.
All luggage (except a minimum amount of personal items) are placed on the roof of the snow coach exposed to snow, rain, wind and cold. We appreciate that skis and poles are put in a skibag or at least tied together with straps, tape or similar.
Arrival by express coach
Nor-Way Bussekspress route NW160, Valdresekspressen, services Tyin in immediate distance to the snow coaches. Please let the bus driver know that you are connecting to the snow coach when you board the express bus. The snow coach drivers have regular communication with the bus drivers and in this way we know that you are arriving.
Note! Arrivals and departures marked in the timetable arr/dep Tyinkrysset (NW162 Øst-Vest Ekspressen and Innlandstrafikk) only have connection between Tyinkrysset and Tyin (4km/2,5mi) with taxi. Contact JVB to book your taxi ride (NOK 50,- per person). If you have booked both the snow coach and express bus ticket as one single ticket at Nor-Way Bussekspress, then you do not need to take any action. In these cases the taxi is included and already booked.
Arrival by car
If you arrive by car from Tyinkrysset (Oslo/Bergen) you will find the parking on the right hand side of Fv53 when you arrive at Tyin. The parking lot is a self service and payment are made by phone. You will find prices and payment information on a sign at the entry. (Please note that JVB is not affiliated with the parking lot).
There is no charging station for electric cars at Tyin. The closes charging station is at Tyinkrysset Fjellstue (4km/2,5mi). This charging station is operated by Fortum.
This map shows the starting point (green area) for the snow coaches at Tyin. If you use a map service like Google Maps to calculate your driving time, please add enough time to compensate for delays caused by traffic jams in combination with weekends, easter holiday etc. Also calculate extra time for stops and when there are reports about difficult driving conditions.