Ulvik with it´s high mountains and steep mountain sides
Ulvik is known for its high mountains and fruit gardens. The town is beautifully situated by Hardangerfjord. Its boundaries stretch from sea level to an altitude of 1800 m and include the villages of Vangsbygda, Ulvik, Osa, and Finse on the Hardangervidda plateau.
Warm summers, relatively cold winters and vibrant natural beauty have attracted tourists for over one hundred and fifty years.
Olav H. Hauge – center
The Olav H. Hauge Centre is a cultural, research and and visitor centre celebrating the life and poetry of Olav H. Hauge (1908-1994), as well as providing a focus for Norwegian poetry.
Juice- and Cider Factory
Make a visit to Sysegard for a taste of our wonderful local cider and juice!
The park in Ulvik
The town’s attractive park has many rare trees and is a great place to walk and chat with friends.
The Ulvik waterskiing Club arranges waterskiing from the clubhouse located in Holmen during the summer season. Skis, wetsuits and life jackets are available for hire.
Ask for more information at Ulvik Tourist Office or visit:
Rod-angling for mountain trout and small game hunting is permitted provided you have purchased a license. Fishing and hunting licenses are for sale at the Ulvik Tourist Office.
This scenic mountain area 1,250 m above sea level is located between Bergensbanen – Rallarvegen and Osa. The Hardangerjøkulen glacier is one of the highest peaks in the area. A mountain passage road is open to traffic between May and September.