Traditions are still strong in Hardanger. For generations, the locals have produced fruit and other specialties, worked with Hardanger embroidery and tourists. Gradually they perfected all this. The “Harding” has always seen opportunities, worked hard for them, and thus created extraordinary experiences for visitors at the same time. And today's Harding is no exception - even as we have evolved, our identity is still the same. In Hardanger, we maintain traditions and, as we have done for hundreds of years, we like to share the best that Norway has to offer with you.
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Most people choose to visit Hardanger in spring or summer. Then, hundreds of thousands of fruit trees are blossoming, waterfalls are roaring at their loudest, and hiking trails, like the hike to Trolltunga, shine as bright as the sun. In autumn and winter, you will meet a Hardanger with an entirely different landscape. The apple blossom has become to juice and cider, the rushing waterfalls are frozen to ice, and hiking trails are covered by snow. But even though nature changes from season to season, the wow factor is the same. Experience the contrasts yourself! Hardanger is worth a visit at any time of the year.