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    Dates: 15-17 June2017

    The trip to new records

    Going east and then south from Bergen you will go through the beautiful landscape of Hardanger. On the way you will be given private tour to power plants, pass the new Hardanger bridge and end up in Stavanger. On the way you will visit the ongoing Ryfast project with three tunnels. You will also get information about the Rogfast Project. The Rogfast will include a tunnel that will be the world’s longest sub-sea road-tunnel, with its length at 26,7 km. It will also be the deepest sub-sea road-tunnel in the world, the deepest point is appx 390 m beneath the sea level.

    All-inclusive price for two persons in twin room NOK 13990.-
    All-inclusive price for one person in single room NOK 8295.-

    Thursday: 15 June


    The Hardanger Bridge

    Travelling from Bergen to Voss with visit to Evanger power plant. Lunch at Voss. From Voss to the Hardanger Bridge with orientation. Suspension bridge (opened in 2013), with a free span of 1320 m.  Further to the Hotel Ullensvang, Lofthus, with dinner and overnight.

    You can find information about the Evanger Power Plant at this site:


    Friday: 16 June


    The old power station at Tyssedal

    From Ullensvang via Tyssedal with orientation on the old power station at Tyssedal and the Norwegian Hydro Power and Industry Museum. Further via Odda and the Åkrafjord to the town Stavanger, via the ferry Årsvågen / Mortavika and through the Byfjord and Mastrafjord subsea tunnels.                                                                                          

    In Stavanger there will be an orientation and visit to the Ryfast project (three tunnels with total length 46 km, of which two subsea tunnels, about 28 km). Information will be given about the Rogfast projects with intersection to the island of Kvitsøy (two subsea tunnels – each of approx. 28 km, total length 56 km).

    Check in at the Scandic Stavanger City Hotel

    Dinner tonight will start with a guided tour of the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, followed by dinner at the Bølgen & Moi restaurant.

    You can find information at this site:


    Saturday: 17 June


    Preikestolen in the Lyse Fjord

    Time for optional tours and excursions or individual departures. The public excursions are bookable through