OUR CABINS AND ROUTES
As a member of the Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) and it's lokal branches, you can stay at our more than 500 cabins in Norway at a reduced rate. 25 of those cabins are located in the fantastic mountains covered by the Bergen and Hordaland Trekking Association's area in Western Norway or Fjord Norway.
Bergen and Hordaland Trekking Association has self-service and no-service cabins that range from small, simple cabins way up in the mountains to spacious, child-friendly cabins that are relatively easy to get to. We also have rental cabins for groups and school classes.
The self-service cabins have fully-equipped kitchens, bedrooms, living areas, provisions, gas and logs. The no-service cabins have the same standard and facilities as the self-service cabins, with one important exception: there are no provisions!
The T-marked trail network offers an infinite number of trekking options. Below are all the areas where we have cabins.
BERGSDALEN AND KVAMMAFJELLA
Bergen and Hordaland Trekking Association has six cabins in the beautiful and varied mountain area between Vaksdal and Bulken, Kvamskogen and Hardanger Fjord. We have self-service and no-service cabins, as well as the rental cabin Alexander Grieg. In summer 2020, you can also book individual stays at Alexander Grieghytten. For the rest of the year, the cabin is only available for groups.
The cosy Høgabu cabin is just three hours from the road and lies in varied mountainous terrain.
Gullhorgabu is one of our most popular cabins, located halfway between Høgabu and Vending.
Vending is approximately two hours walk from Hamlagrøosen, in relatively flat and child-friendly terrain.
The fairy tale-like Breidablik sits at 1160 metres above sea level and is a unique cabin with a unique history.
Kiellandbu cabin is situated in spectacular nature with dramatic views over Fyksesundet.
Alexander Grieg is a spacious rental cabin a short distance from the road, close to Hamlagrøosen.
Torfinnsheim is owned by the Voss Utferdslag, and linked to our route network in the Bergsdalen valley.
WESTERN HARDANGERVIDDA PLATEAU
The Bergen and Hordaland Trekking Association has two cabins in the western part of the Hardangervidda plateau. The plateau offers almost limitless hiking opportunities, whether you want a weekend tour or something longer.
Stavali is partly serviced in the summer months and offers a wonderful hot-tub to weary walkers.
Hadlaskard is centrally located on the western part of the plateau, with the Hårteigen cabin a few hours walk away.
Stølsheimen is the mountainous area between Sognefjorden in the north and Vossefjellene in the south, Masfjordfjellene in the west and Vikafjellet in the east. The area offers green and lush landscapes as well as spartan mountain terrain, and almost unlimited walking opportunities for adults and children. We have a total of nine cabins in this area.
Selhamar is the biggest cabin in Stølsheimen. Easy access makes it well suited for families with children.
Norddalshytten is situated in the rugged mountain terrain in the western part of Stølsheimen.
The pleasant Åsedalen cabin sits at the heart of Stølsheimen with walking routes in all directions.
Brydalseter is a cabin with charm and character. It is easily accessible from Ortnevik in Sogn.
Solrenningen is approximately three hours walk from Stølsdammen in a friendly landscape.
There are many paths that lead to Vardadalsbu, which sits in an open mountain landscape.
Kalvedalshytta is situated in the mountains between Romarheimsdalen and Masfjorden.
The privately owned Fjellvassbu is situated between Stordalen and Vardadalsbu and is a no-service cabin.
CABINS NEXT TO THE FOLGEFONNA GLACIER
The Bergen and Hordaland Trekking Association has three cabins in this spectacular area, which can be reached by following the T-marked routes from Odda or Sunndal. During the summer, the Folgefonna glacier guides offer guided walks over the glacier - an outdoor experience for life!
Fonnabu is a self-service cabin on the edge of the glacier. You can take guided glacier walks from here in the summer.
Breidablikk was built as a place to rest in 1893, and is now a no-service DNT cabin.
Holmaskjer can be reached from either Odda or by a guided glacier crossing from Fonnabu.
BERGEN RAILWAY LINE
As soon as you step off the train, you can hike in wild and beautiful nature at Hallingskeid, next to Rallarvege.
The unusual Skålatårnet tower and Skålabu are located at 1843 metres above sea level and was named Norway's most original cabin in 2014.
There are many walking opportunities for adults and children around the pleasant Træet farm.
BERGEN CITY MOUNTAINS
We are in charge of rental of the Turnerhytten cabin on Mt Ulriken. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.