|Season (1 Jan 2019 - 10 Apr 2019)|
Enjoy a guided walk in the snow at the city mountain, using snowshoes. This is an easy walk taking you through the landscape around the summit at Mt Ulriken.
Mt Ulriken is the highest of the city mountains and we will take a cable car to the summit where we put on our snowshoes.
The summit offer an incredible panoramic view of Bergen, the islands, the fjord, the countryside and the other mountains (weather permitting). We will end the tour with a hot chocolate, tea or coffee before we take the cable car down.
If the snow conditions permit, it will also be possible to do the snowshoe walk at Mt Fløyen as an alternative.
Snowshoeing is not very physical demanding and do not require any previous knowledge or training. but normal fitness is needed – as for walking in general.
Meeting point at our office at Bryggen at 10.30, we take the bus (10 min.) to the cable car, cable car to the summit, snowshoehike and return to the city same route.
Price 1550,- per person incl.guide, bus, cable car, hot beverage, snow shoes and poles
Duration: approx 3,5 hour return city center
Season: From january to march/april
The trip is not suitable for children under 12 years.
Minimum: 2 pax, maximum : 20 pax
NOTE: If there is not enough snow for a snowshoe trip, the trip will be walked on foot.
Cancellation with full refund up to 48 hours before departure. Cancellation fee NOK 50 per person.
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