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European route E14

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European route E14

E14 shield

Route information
Length: 461 km (286 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Trondheim (Norway)
East end: Sundsvall (Sweden)
Countries:  Norway,  Sweden
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 14 is a road part of the International E-road network. It begins in Trondheim, Norway and ends in Sundsvall, Sweden. The road is 461 kilometres (286 mi) in length.

The road follows the route Trondheim - StorlienÖstersundSundsvall.[1] Just east of Trondheim, the road goes through the 3,928-metre (12,887 ft) long Hell Tunnel.

After crossing the border from Norway it runs through the mountainous western Jämtland County of Sweden, passing the well-known Ånnsjön mountain lake.[2]


  1. ^ "Road Transport Infrastructure; Intermediate roads".  
  2. ^ Näslund, Ingemar (2012-08-20). "Fisket i västra Jämtland – en viktig och omstridd resurs". A.W. Bergsten. p. 1-2. Retrieved 2013-10-17. 

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