$490 / person
This guided tour starts from Bergen Railway Station and a train ride on the Bergen Line to Voss. The 1,5 hours train journey takes us through beautiful scenery along fjords, rivers, lakes and mountains. We leave the train at Voss and enter the newest attraction here, the Voss Gondol, (opened in July 2019) that takes us from the train station and up to the Mount Hanguren (820 masl) in less than 9 minutes. At the top you will have a panoramic view to many of the mountains surrounding the town of Voss.
Hiking at Hanguren Panorama - The round tour starts just outside the top station at Hangurstoppen. This is an easy walk that is suitable for all ages and levels, and you can even bring a stroller. The trail is around 800 meter and offers beautiful panoramic view of Voss’ mountains, lakes and part of the town centre. You'll also find a variety of activities here - in the summertime it is popular to go hiking, biking, padagliding or rappelling. In the winter the gondola takes you to the big ski resort, Voss Resort, where you can have fun in the snow all day.
Lunch at Hangurstoppen Restaurant - At the top station of the gondol you'll also find Hangurstoppen Restaurant. The restaurant has room for 450 people and serves cold and warm dishes made from local ingredients. Here we will be served a lunch meny, special made for us. The tour goes back to Bergen by train and ends at Bergen Railway Station 3.15 pm .
|Tour type||Group tour|
|Age requirement||All ages accepted|
|Your group size||Minimum 2 people|
Bergen Railway, Voss Gondol, Lunch at Hangurstoppen Restaurant
Dress for the weather and wear good shoes.
Meet our guide at the entrance of Bergen Railway Station 9.30 am.
Join us on this private half day tour from Bergen to Vossevangen. Experience the Voss Gondol to Mount Hanguren and lunch at Hangurstoppen Restaurant.
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