This traditional Norwegian Hytte is located in an idyllic

location on the North-West facing bank of the Osafjord,

near the fruit-growing region of Ulvik, and the magnificent Hardangervidda plateau.

It constitutes a perfect retreat, and an ideal as a base for hiking.  A narrow sheep track winds its way steeply from the cabin to the mountain plateau more than a thousand metres above.
Babbling streams thread
across the wooded mountainside and

waterfalls are plentiful.

A thirteen foot open boat with outboard motor is included

in the price, and this affords the only direct access

to the isolated cabin, across the 1km wide Osafjord.

The cabin, and its facilities are basic, something that 

will doubtlessly appeal to those who seek a haven from

a synthetic world.This cabin suits those familiar with an

outdoor life, who will appreciate the natural romantic

beauty of the area and the solitude it offers.

The cabin itself has one room, and two beds. 

The facilities include a gas hob, oil lamp, wood-burning

stove, table and chairs.The cabin retains its original

charm with no electricity or running water.Bed linen,

kitchen utensils and wood for the stove are included.

A sink with running water has been installed on a terrace

outside the cabin, and is fed from a powerful

mountain stream.The toilet is located in an uninhabited

partner hytte, about 10 metres away - otherwise used

as temporary storage for sheep as they return from the summerpastures in the mountains.


Panorama 360, Ulvik and Bortom by Andreas Goldhahn

Location  Bortom  (Zoom inn-out)


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