Hiking up Mt. Ulriken is in my opinion more fascinating than using Ulrikenbann or trump. The city emerges slowly as one goes up and becomes very fascinating when on top. Give it a try if you can.
Four of us traveled on the cable car to the summit of Mount Ulriken on Friday on 25 October 2013. As it is now off season the ticket booth was closed and we purchased our tickets from the automated ticket machine.. Great scenery on the journey up to the summit and also upon reaching the summit although some cloud. We... More
My friends and I wanted to save money and so we decided to hike up the mountain! And we accidentally took the wrong turn and in the end, took the toughest route. Not physically trained and do not have the right hiking wear (at least for me), but it was quite an adventure! The sense of achievement that I felt... More
I love this mountain! I live nearby and like many citizens of Bergen, I often go there to do some workout, jogging - or simply a nice walk, when the weather is fine. You can have a wonderful view over Bergen, and the fjord, and walking there is not too difficult, even for untrained hikers.
We took the bus to the hospital, then walked up a hill to catch the cable car. It looked like there was a free bus that might go up to the cable car station - perhaps run by the tourist office? It's a quick cable car trip (thankfully, for those of us who aren't great with heights and get a... More
Take the bus from the fish market and the rather expensive ticket includes the cable car fare. At the top there is not only an excellent view of Bergen and its harbour, but also a surprisingly good restaurant. There are also a number of marked hiking trails, should you not be tempted by the restaurant.
It was a rainy day - and still the trip up to Ulriken was worthwhile. We took the bus-cable package tour - It's quite do-able even independently, though. The cable-car ride is a joy and the view of Bergen from the peak is epic! A must-do in Bergen for all travelers.
On a clear day like the time we were there, the view expands for miles. Such a pretty site.At the top, there is a rest/café and toilets facility and some indoor and outdoor table but not much else. One can ascend on foot or via cable car. Unfortunately, if you choose cable car and don't intend to do any walking... More
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