|Season (1 June 2019 - 30 Sept 2019)|
From June to September you can book a Guided walk at Mount Fløyen with great views of Bergen. On request only. For groups of 4 - 25 people.
Hiking Mount Fløyen is a guided tour off track to some of the many paths nearby. The tour is a good choice if you want to see and experience the mountains surrounding Bergen. Our guide will bring you through the forest and along the hills. The tour includes uphill and downhill walking along well-marked paths. You will experience nice views of Bergen and nearby areas from diff erent angles.
What does it require?
The activity is suited for all ages provided you are generally fit and are dressed for a good walk and the weather. Please remember that the weather can change rapidly in the mountains.
Where to book?
The guided tour may be booked for groups of 4-25 pax in advance. Please make reservations no later than two weeks prior to arrival in Bergen. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Voucher will be needed and note that tickets for Fløibanen is not included. Also note that the rates will change depending on group size and duration of the hike.
Where to meet?
The meeting point is at ”Fløyen Aktiv” (information cabin at the top station).
Cancellations made later than 1 week before arrival, will be charged with 50 % of the agreed rate. We recommend arriving at Fløibanen’s lower station no later than 45 minutes before the ride starts.
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