Bergen Walking Tour is a 4.1 mile loop trail located near Bergen, Hordaland, Norway. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
There's more to Norway than fjords. Bergen is a city of natural beauty and colorful history. Bergen is a walker's gem - small enough to get around easily on foot, large enough to be interesting and old enough to be able to transport you to other eras. It also helps from the scenic perspective when such a place is built around a harbour at the foot of a mountain. As the hometown of Edvard Grieg, arguably the world's greatest Romantic period composer, Norway's second city attracts visitors to its numerous music and cultural events each summer but it's the kind of place where just walking the streets is pure joy. Having a destination or 'attraction' to visit doesn't really matter. This trail tries to capture that spirit - starting at a harbour-side market, delving into ancient alleys, taking a funicular up a mountain and walking down again through forest and the cobbled streets of historic districts. It's about the experience - not the destination.