See why a winter adventure to Trolltunga & Hotel Ullensvang should top your bucket list.
Check in and find peace at Hotel Ullensvang this fall! With a wealth of activities and attractions in close proximity, Hotel Ullensvang is the perfect destination for both short and longer stays in Hardanger.
Get inspired and see our list of the most popular among tourists in Hardanger this season.
Bring a touch of luxury to your Christmas celebration this year with chef Jon Aga's extraordinary festive menu!
Christer Økland shares two of his cherished Christmas baking favorites. How about infusing a touch of Hardanger into your gingerbread cookies this holiday season?
As the December days settle over the Hardangerfjord, the region is enveloped in a pure Christmas magic atmosphere. Come and enjoy the Christmas season in Hardanger.
Jon Fosse, the Nobel Prize-winning author from Strandebarm in Hardanger, showcases the region's rich literary heritage. Experience Fosse's inspiration firsthand in Kvam and throughout the Hardangerfjord region.
Visit Rosendal – A Must-see village by the fjord!
Autumn in Hardanger is spectacular! As it is less crowded you get to explore Hardanger almost all by yourself. Check out this travel itinerary to experience some of the best autumn in Hardanger has to offer.
Spend your summer vacation in Hardanger and experience why the region has been a popular travel destination for several hundred years. Here you can experience nature and activities that you won't find anywhere else.
Explore the Hardangerfjord region on a family vacation with your children! Get great tips for exciting and child-friendly experiences that are perfect for the whole family.
Fjord safaris with farm visits, private fjord cruises, speedy rib boat rides, meditative kayaking – With 179 km of fjord there are plenty of adventures to explore on the Hardangerfjord.
Tired of the everyday office work? Here are five reasons to why you should bring your work to Hardanger!
From cider and apple juice to lamb meat, cured sausages, and jams, Hardanger is a region with rich traditions when it comes to food and drink.
Experience the Hardanger region during winter time and see the fjord landscape in a different attire. A wide range of activities, attractions and accommodations are available all year around.
Trolltunga, snow, cider and ski is just the start of it. Hardanger is the ultimate winter destination for anyone who wish to combine action with relaxation in national romantic surroundings.
Trolltunga winter expedition, skiing in powder paradise, panoramic mountain peaks and sauna by the fjord - Whether you want to explore the winter mountains or recharge your batteries, Hardanger is the ultimate winter destination.
3 tips for where you can find traces of trolls in the adventurous nature of Hardanger.
Hardanger holds several of Norway’s most popular hikes, like Trolltunga and H.M Queen Sonja's hike, but there were more reasons that made Celine in Trolltunga Adventures fall for Hardanger.
Delicious cider and apple juice, homemade jam, lamb and cured meat. Come explore Norway's biggest fruit garden, visit the fruit farmers and enjoy delicious drops of gold, local food and culture in Hardanger.
Some things just belong together! It is the same with fruit and Hardanger.
In Hardanger, you will find the most spectacular rock formation in Norway. When standing on the plateau and floating 700 meters above lake Ringedalsvatnet, it is easy to understand why tourists from all over the world come to experience Trolltunga.
The Hardangerfjord region is also known as "the kingdom of waterfalls," and it is not without reason. In Hardanger, you will find several of the most spectacular waterfalls Norway has to offer.
Experience several hundred thousand fruit trees in full blossom in Hardanger during the spring. A more beautiful sight is hard to come by.
Trolltunga, Dronningstien, Lake Bondhusvatnet, Mount Oksen. There is no shortage of well-known hikes in Hardanger. Here in the region, you will find several of the most popular and spectacular hikes Norway has to offer.
Røldal is known as the destination in Norway with the most stable and guaranteed snow conditions. Skiing and other Winter adventures are lined up and waiting for you here!
Experiencing the Hardanger-autumn is a must! With beautiful colours and hiking opportunities, stunning landscape, and most tourists returned to civilization, this is where to travel.
Explore the southernmost glacier in Norway - take part in exciting activities that you will remember. The Folgefonna Glacier offers unique experiences for the whole family.
A historic castle, majestic mountains, and a dramatic landscape with impressive contrasts - in and around Rosendal, you will find some of the best the Hardangerfjord region has to offer.
Over the last years, Cider from Hardanger has become trendy. Arita Åkre from Nå is one of those who contributed to the rising popularity of this regional specialty.
Not sure which hike to take? Here are five suggestions for great hikes in the Hardangerfjord region.
Local delicacies, glacier- and mountain hikes, and scenic nature - the local enthusiast Elisabeth Wesenlund Hauge has plenty of insider tips for those who wish to visit her region.
When travel restrictions were introduced in 2020, Norwegians quickly replaced their international travel plans with vacations in their home country. In 2020, Norwegians discovered their own country, and many took a trip to Hardanger - not without reason.
There are plenty of beautiful walks in Hardanger. The combination of mountain, fjord and glacier landscapes offer numerous possibilities. Here are some insider tips on which tours you should choose when you are in Jondal or the surrounding area.