Be aware that Ulriken will be closed until mid August 2021 due to rebuild.
Ulriken Cable car takes you to the highest of Bergen’s seven mountains. Enjoy the spectacular view of Bergen and the surroundings. Book tickets online here.
Enjoy spectacular scenery and mountain terrain 643 metres above the city streets. From the summit, you can enjoy magnificent views of Bergen and the surrounding area - the sea, the islands, fjords and mountains.
HOW TO GET TO MOUNT ULRIKEN:
By regular bus:
Bus No. 2, 3 or 12 from city center going south. Get off at Haukeland Hospital and follow the signs.
From the city center follow road number 585 towards Haukeland Hospital, turn left just before the tunnel up Haukelandsbakken.
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On top of the Mount Ulriken you can try the new Zipline! The Zipline is a fun and exciting activity with breathtaking views of the city and the surrounding fjords. Read more about the Zipline here.
Beside the viewing platform, Skyskraperen Restaurant serves "fish in the mountains" and other local specialities. If you fancy a refreshment up on a mountainside, shopping among the clouds, enjoying exciting activities or mountain walks high above Western Norway’s beautiful capital city, then this is definitely the tour for you. During April - September you can enjoy "Ulriken by night" - a 3 or 4 course dinner. You can read more about "Ulriken by night" here
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.
(Ulriken643 closes for rebuilding August 1, 2020. Ulriken 643 will have a shorter season in 2020 than normal. This is due to a planned construction period starting August 1, 2020. During this period it will not be possible to use the cable car, restaurant or cafe at the top. We are aiming to open up a whole new, modernized and larger funicular on June 01, 2021, and we look forward to it. In the meantime, we appreciate your patience and any inconvenience the rebuilding will cause in the period.)
Return tickets bus + cable car 1 April - 01 August:
Adult: NOK 285
Child: NOK 180
Family (2+2): NOK 740
Return tickets cable car only, all year:
Adult: NOK 185
Child: NOK 115
Family (2+2): NOK 490
Single tickets cable car only, all year:
Adult NOK 125
Children NOK 90
Pick-up service available for groups from the cruise terminal and hotels. Meals can also be arranged for groups at the summit.
10% dicount with Cruise Pass and 20% discount with the Bergen Card. (Not valid for family tickets. Cruise pass discount is not available if you book online here.)
If you have booked the by bus from the city center, please show your confirmation on mobile device or bring a printed copy when boarding the bus. You will then receive your ticket to Ulriksbanen.
If you have only ordered the Ulriksbanen, 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.
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.
If you have a Bergen Card, you get 20% discount. Choose the required number of adults and children and then add the discount. One discount per Bergen Card. Not available on family ticket.
When booking, select up to 2 adults and 2 children (from 4 to 15 years old).
Bus no. 5 or 6 from Festplassen heading south. Get off at the stop Ulriksdal or Haukeland Hospital. Follow the signs from there, approx. 10 minutes by foot.
By car: Follow rv. 585 towards Haukeland hospital, turn left just before the Haukeland tunnel and follow the signs up Haukelandsbakken.
GPS: 60.3738, 5.3634
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