Montana Hostel is open from January 2 till December 22

Reception opening hours:

November 1 till April 30:

07:00 – 23:00


May 1 till October 31:

24 hours open

How to get to Montana when You arrive in Bergen by...

Once You have arrived at the central bus terminal called Bergen Busstasjon, change to the local bus nr 12 "Montana", it departs from platform B.

The bus ride to Montana takes about 15 minutes. Don’t hesitate to ask the driver to tell you when to go off (the bus stop is about 200 meters from the youth hostel, look for a hostel sign indicating the direction). The last bus leaves the city centre between midnight and 01:00 depending on week day and time of the year. You can check the timetable on the local transportation website skyss.no

If you prefer walking all the way from downtown to the hostel, it will take you 50 minutes. Take the walking path along the waterfront of Store Lungegårdsvann and take the shortcut past the Ulriken cable car station instead of walking the long route along the highway.

Local bus nr 12 "Montana" is a convenient way to get to the hostel from downtown. Once You have arrived at the train station, walk across the street to the central bus terminal called Bergen Busstasjon where bus nr 12 stops by at platform B . 

The bus ride to Montana takes 15 to 20 minutes. Don’t hesitate to ask the driver to announce the Montana stop for You. When you exit the bus, you'll be about 200 meters from the youth hostel. Look for a hostel sign indicating the direction.

You can check the timetable on the local transportation website skyss.no

If you prefer walking all the way from downtown to the hostel, it will take you 50 minutes. Take the walking path along the waterfront of Store Lungegårdsvann and take the shortcut past the Ulriken cable car station instead of walking the long route along the highway.

Local bus nr 12 "Montana" is a convenient way to get to the hostel once You have arrived in Bergen. A centrally located bus stop for bus nr 12 is at a place called Festplassen on the street named Christies gate.

The bus ride to Montana takes 15 to 20 minutes. It passes by the central bus terminal, platform B, and then drives further up to the hostel. Don’t hesitate to ask the driver to announce the Montana stop for You. When you exit the bus, you'll be about 200 meters from the youth hostel. Look for a hostel sign indicating the direction.

You can check the timetable on the local transportation website skyss.no

 

From Voss: Follow E16 towards Bergen. After approximately 85 km (at Ulset) your road will be E39. After the 3km long tunnel, "Fløyfjellstunnelen" choose the right hand lane marked "Stavanger". After a few hundred meters this leads you onto a multilane street where you should get to the farthest left lane as soon as possible. Keep left up to the traffic lights and turn left into Ibsens gate. Follow this street to its end - where you turn right onto road number 585. At the first hilltop, after about 1/2 - 1 km, you'll see a sign pointing to Montana. Turn left and follow signs all the way to the youth hostel.

From City Centre: follow Kong Oscars gate, Road 585 southwards. After driving through the tunnel in Haukeland hospital area you soon get to a hilltop where you see a sign pointing to Montana. Follow the signs until you get here.

The airport bus journey to the city centre takes about 40 minutes. Go off at the central bus terminal called Bergen Busstasjon. Transfer to the local bus nr 12 "Montana" that departs from platform B. Show the airport bus ticket for a transfer discount.

The bus ride to Montana takes 15 -20 minutes. Don’t hesitate to ask the driver to announce the Montana stop for You. When you exit the bus, you'll be about 200 meters from the youth hostel. Look for a hostel sign indicating the direction.

You can check the timetable on the local transportation website skyss.no

If you are 4 travelling together, a taxi directly from the airport to Montana can be cheaper.

Your journey to Bergen

…by Bus

Express busses go to and from Bergen in all directions. Nor-Way Bussexpress is an inter-regional bus network that makes it possible to get around to most destinations in the country.  Besides, everyone is guaranteed a seat aboard without making any reservation!

…by Train

The scenic Oslo-Bergen railway is an exciting and beautiful train ride and is highly rated by various international travel guides and reviews.

If you have spare time, you can combine this trip with fjord sightseeing by taking a detour from Myrdal to Flåm with the Flåm Railway and a fjord cruise along Sognefjord and Nærøyfjord – a UNESCO’s World Heritage listed landscape. You can find detailed information on visitnorway.com.

 

…by Plane

Direct flights connect Bergen to many other European cities. Bergen Airport Flesland’s website will provide you with more information and practical details relating to your flight.

 

…by Car

 

If you travel to Bergen by car you’ll be happy to hear that our hostel offers can park for free to our guests!

On a road trip from Oslo you will pass by several exciting sights worth checking out – see the website eventyrveien.no for details.

If you are driving along the coast from Ålesund in North or Stavanger in South, there is a lot to see on the way. Check out norsjovegen.no for some inspiration and detailed information.

Whatever direction you drive from, carwalks.com will provide you with the necessary maps and descriptions on the most splendid stopovers for stretching your feet along the way.

 

…by Boat

Fjord1 passenger boats and ferries is a good public transportation offer if you plan to go to Bergen from Sogn og Fjordane region.

Danmerk (Hirtshals) is linked by ferry to Bergen, the ferry runs several days a week. Check the schedule here.

If You want to find out more about the classy cruise voyage along the the Norwegian coast, visit hurtigruten.no