How to get to Kristiansund
Several flights daily from Oslo, Stavanger and Bergen. See www.sas.no
Hurtigruten, the northbound coastal route, arrives at Kristiansund daily (from Molde) or the southbound coastal route (from Trondheim).
The coastal express, Kystekspressen, goes three times a day between Trondheim and Kristiansund. It takes 3 hours and 10 minutes.
Buses to Kristiansund correspond with railway at Oppdal.
Time express buses between Volda and Kristiansund from 06.00 am to 08.00 pm daily and not quite so often in the weekends.
From the south of Norway to Kristiansund:
E 6 up Gudbrandsdalen to Oppdal, take road number 70 to Sunndalsøra, Tingvoll and Kristiansund.
E 6 up Gudbrandsdalen to Dombås. Take road E 136 via Lesja to Åndalsnes, road number 64 (ferry Åfarnes – Sølsnes) to Molde, E 39 to Gjemnes / Krifast and road number 70 to Kristiansund.
E 6 up Gudbrandsdalen to Dombås. Take road E 136 via Lesja to Åndalsnes, road number 64 to Molde, take road number 64 from Molde to Eide, drive along the Atlanterhavsveien (Atlantic road) on Averøy to Kristiansund.
From Trondheim (north of Kristiansund) to Kristiansund:
Drive from Trondheim the E 39 to Orkanger, Vinjerøra, Halsa (ferry) and Bergsøya / Krifast, road 70 to Kristiansund.
Drive from Trondheim the E 39 to Orkanger, road number 65 to Surnadal and further on to Betna, E 39 to Halsa (ferry) and Bergsøya / Krifast, road 70 to Kristiansund.