Ulvik Travel Guide

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Ulvik Things to Do

  • by echapman Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Ulvikpollen is a small tidal marsh at the end of Ulvikfjord. The shallow fjord, and the sandbanks that appear at low tide provide many wetland species with favoured habitat. The surrounding farmland and areas of scrub brush and small trees are always worth checking for passerines.

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    by Sharrie Written Apr 21, 2003

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    Fjords ... that's what everyone comes for. On this trip, I couldn't hope for more. Perfect weather, spectacular sights & technology that works, yea, my camera :-) It was a beautiful trip, quiet but full of wonders!

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    by Sharrie Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    From Bergen, take the train to Voss. Then continue to Ulvik by coach. The Explore Hardanger tour costs NOK580.

    Timetables:
    Bergen-Voss-Ulvik-Eidfjord-Norheimsund-Bergen
    Daily (except Saturday) May 15 to September 14, 2003

    Train from Bergen
    To Voss
    Bus from Voss
    To Ulvik
    Boat from Ulvik
    To Eidfjord Sightseeing in Eidfjord daily
    Boat from Eidfjord
    To Norheimsund
    Bus from Norheimsund
    To Bergen

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Ulvik Off The Beaten Path

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    Osafjell

    by Roeffie Updated Aug 13, 2003

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    Osafjell

    A nice ride from Ulvik to the village and fjord of Osa. Just behind Osa is a dead-end mountainroad up to the Osafjell, which is a totally desolate area. At the top you can see the Langvatnet lake. If you are up here it feels like you have landed on the moon.

    One warning though:There are lots of annoying insects up here!

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    by Sharrie Written Apr 21, 2003

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    Fondest memory: In countries like Norway & Finland, one gets the sense of unlimited vision! Question is, what are you looking at? ;-)

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    by Sharrie Updated Apr 21, 2003

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    Fondest memory: This reminded me of those Chinese TV series... the swordfighting type... swordmen retreating into the mountains to practice their skills, hehe...

    I wonder what the Norwegians do up in the mountains?

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    by Sharrie Written Apr 21, 2003

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    Favorite thing: For a few hours, it's wonderful. For a lifetime? It's downright boring, lol...

    Fondest memory: Indulge in the wonders of nature!

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