Bergtatt – Et Eeventyr i 5 Capitler ("Taken into the Mountain - A fairy tale in 5 Chapters") is the debut album by the Norwegian band Ulver.
Unlike the more straightforward black metal of their contemporaries, Ulver began their career by incorporating elements of Norwegian folk music, sometimes using acoustic guitars, melody-focused songwriting and clean vocals. The lyrics are primarily in archaic Danish, while some parts are in Norwegian dialect. The acoustic aspects of the album were later isolated in their second release Kveldssanger, while the third album, Nattens madrigal, consists entirely of a "raw" black metal production and sound.
AllMusic praised the album, writing, "Bergtatt is not the heaviest or most aggressive black metal around by a long shot [...] nor is it the most evil or blasphemous. What makes the album stand out, along with the varied vocal styles and the excellent songwriting, is its unique atmosphere—mysterious, melancholic, eerie and oddly tranquil."