|Season (1 Apr 2024 - 30 Oct 2024)
|Friday - Sunday
* Several days may become available at short notice. See the Norway Mountain Guides website for more information. Private tours every day.
If you want to experience hiking by the fjords during your stay in Bergen, join Norway Mountain Guides on an exclusive tour and make great holiday memories.
This fjord hike starts and finish in Bergen city center. The hike gives a real sea-to-summit feel and offers stunning views and scenery.
The guide will meet you at the Tourist Information in Bergen and take you by car to the starting point of the hike. The drive takes about 30- 45 minutes.
The destination will be decided according to the weather forecast and your wishes. It can be a hike to Mount Hananipa, Mount Bruviknipa, or Mount Arnanipa. Common to all is a trip off the beaten track with fantastic views and very few other hikers.
The guide will take you through beautiful open countryside, wild nature, and stunning fjord views. The hiking path is in uneven and rugged terrain, so some experience of mountain hiking is necessary. The hike will last for 3-4 hours and ascend to 300-400 altimeter to the summit above the beautiful fjord.
Duration: 6 hours (Hiking time: 3-4 hours)
Distance: 5-9 km
Terrain: Uneven and rocky. Partly wet soil / bog.
Starting point/ Ending point: Tourist information in Bergen (located on the Fish Market).
Available on request every day.
What to bring:
Bring a small backpack with your own packed lunch, plenty of water, warm/waterproof clothing, sunglasses and proper hiking shoes. Our guide will bring a light Norwegian snack and ensure you get safely to the top and back to Bergen city centre, learning as much as you want about the local area and culture along the way.
Various Fjord Hikes:
We also offer different Fjord hikes on request depending on your preferences, for example hiking above the Hardangerfjord or the Aurlandsfjord in Flåm.
The tour can be booked at the home page of Norway Mountain Guides.
Minimum 3 participants.
|Adult from 18 years
|Group 1-4 people
|Group 5-6 people
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