Land ahoy! We say goodbye to all things water-related and head 643 metres higher up to Ulriken, the city’s highest mountain. Surrounded by rocky hills and a strong breeze, what awaits you there is what makes Norway so unique: a never-ending view into the distance. In fact, you can see so far that fjords and sky merge on the horizon. And if you look downwards, you get a clear view all the way down to lively Bergen. There are several ways to reach the summit: if you prefer a harder, steeper climb, take the Ulriken opp; if you fancy a leisurely swinging ride, take the cable car.