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Kinsarvik is a good starting point for hiking on the Hardangervidda plateau but it is also a port with a ferry terminal. You can take a ferry to Kvandal via Utne on your way from Kinsarvik to Bergen but, if you are on a budget, go a little further along road 13 and the ferry Brimness - Bruravik will be less expensive.
There are some organised round trips on the Hardangerfjord as well. You can find information about them at the tourist office right opposite the ferry terminal or on Kinsarvik Campsite.
The photo was taken past 9.30 pm. on 21 August. We were sitting on a bench by the fjord, enjoying the warm end of the day. I had just been talking on the mobile to my mother in Warsaw. It was night there already.
Updated Dec 27, 2008
Phone: 53-66-31-12, or 53-67-15-77
The shortest rout west is highway 7 over the mountain plateau Hardangervidda. It used to be the main rout between East and West, but now there is a highway further north that can boast of one of the worlds longest road tunnels. I still prefer the Hardangervidda rout because of the fantastic nature that I never get tired of.
Keep in mind that the weather can be rough up there at times and can change in seconds. In the winter it is close at night and if the weather is rough they use “convoy driving” with a snow plough in the lead. If it gets real bad they simply close the road.
Driving East is no problem.
Written May 23, 2003