|Season (1 May 2022 - 30 Sept 2022)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:00||- 23:00|
* Ulriken closes at 21:00 July 4 - July 7 due to maintenance.
The new Ulriken Cable Car takes you up to the highest of Bergen's 7 mountains with Norway's largest gondolas.
(Buy your one way ticket here, use the booking widget on top of this page for buying round trip tickets.)
The trip gives you a spectacular nature and mountain experience 643 meters above sea level. From the top you have magnificent views of Bergen and the region with sea, skerries, fjords and mountains. During the summer season, it is possible to buy bus transport as an additional product for a ticket to the track.
Skyskraperen Restaurant :
Beside the viewing platform, Skyskraperen Restaurant offer dining experiences based on local ingredients.The restaurant has been renewed in connection with the new opening of the gondola and the capacity has doubled.
Mount Ulriken is perfect for hiking. Spectacular views and beautilful terrain whether you take a short 10 minute hike or venture out on a full day hike. It is also popular to walk from Mount Ulriken to Fløyen across "Vidden". The tour takes about 5 hours. You can walk from Fløyen to Ulriken or from Ulriken to Fløyen. The latter is most popular because you get a more gentle walk and you finish right in the city center.
You can also choose to take the cable car up to the top and walk back down. Or the oposite. Read more about hiking up Ulriken here.
How to get to Mount Ulriken:
From 1 May until the end of the summer season, Ulriken643 offers shuttle bus service from the city center to Ulriksbanen. The bus stop is close to the Tourist Information outside the entrance to the restaurant called Bjerk (Torgallmenningen 1A). Departure approximately every 30 minutes. (on the hour and half past). Prices: return ticket adult NOK 100, children NOK 50. You buy the ticket when boarding.
Bus no. 5 or 6 from Festplassen OR no. 12 or 16E from Xhibition. Get off at the stop Ulriksdal. Follow the signs from there, about 10 mins. walk.
Follow rv. 585 towards Haukeland hospital, turn left just before the Haukeland tunnel and follow the signs up Haukelandsbakken.
GPS: 60.3738, 5.3634
Please show your confirmation on your mobile device or a printed copy in the ticket office at Ulriksbanen. You will then receive your ticket to Ulriksbanen. The ticket is valid one year from date of booking.
Tickets cannot be canceled and are non-refundable. If the cable car is closed due to bad weather or strong winds, you will be given a full refund.
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