The ferry from Nesna arrives at the southern end of the island, offering two possible routes to cycle. If you turn right, the eastern side of the island, it is approx. 12 km to the end of the road – Skaga. You can also ride 1 km on a tractor road to Kalvgården. If you turn left from the ferry landing you will come to Hanstein, a distance of approx. 7 km one way.
The ferry from Nesna arrives at Vikholmen on the north of the island, and you can cycle half way round the island before you have to turn and return the same way. En route you will pass Litlehaugen Staude og Urtegård (perennial plant and herb farm), which is well worth a stop. It is approx. 8 km by road to Ytterskjerodden, which is the end point of the cycle trip.
Tomma is the largest of the three islands and the ferry from Nesna arrives roughly in the middle of the island. If you turn right you will end up at Forsland approx. 4.4 km from the ferry. En route you will pass the starting point for the hike to the summit of Tomskjevlen in case you want to combine your bike ride with a summit hike.
If you turn left from the ferry landing you will ride first southwards then northwards on the outer coast of the island. On this route you will pass the village of Husby and the valley of Finnvikdalen, which is a wonderful recreation area. The distance from the ferry landing to Husby is approx. 4.7 km and to Finnvikdalen is approx. 16 km. If you wish you may continue all the way to Sellot, which is at the end of the road and at the north of the island, a distance of 20 km from the ferry landing.
For ferry schedules, visit Boreal Transport and check route 18-336.