Floerli Stairs

Floerli Stairs, Florli: Address, Phone Number, Floerli Stairs Reviews: 4.5/5

Floerli Stairs
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Jan_Tore2013
Oslo, Norway41 contributions
A must see if you're close to Stavanger
Jul 2020 • Family
A fantastic place. Good hiking and cliff routes too, not only the famous steps. And best of all, the host; 100% dedication has lead to a fantastic resort with a first class restaurant, a nice glims at old times, a bar in the old school and a hot tub on the pir. Spend at least two days here. You will fall in love! Bring your family and friends, good boots and that positive spirit.
Written July 20, 2020
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MarinaAagaard
Aarhus, Denmark264 contributions
Wonderful wooden staircase to spectacular views
Jun 2019
World's longest wooden staircase as it is. 4444 stairs to the top. And worth every step of the way. Not for those easily out of breath or with a fear of hights, but for everyone else. It may be good to wear gloves though as the railings above 1000 stairs are wire.
There are three place where you can sit and rest along the climb and several small stops with a rail. The view is so spectacular you don't want to come down. Go. Go. Go. Only thing: There is no road, so you have to take a steep and rugged path down, so it will take a while, 3-6 hours for the unfit (or for photo fans). Or take the stairs (or maybe not.
You take the ferry FLAM or Kolombus there and can stay in BnB right below the stairs.
Written September 7, 2019
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Helle Therese Olsen
Sandefjord, Norway54 contributions
What a view!!!
Jun 2019 • Friends
You actually enjoy climbing 4444 wooden stairs and on the way you also try to look at the fantiastic view while takeing photos for you to remember. that said: no photo can ever truely capture what you see - so just enjoy!
Written June 26, 2019
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Rooindie
Farmington, CT861 contributions
a real effort to get to
Sep 2018 • Couples
So you can only get here by ferry, and at least at the end of September, the ferry schedule is quite limited. We did Pulpit Rock in the morning, and that meant we could either catch a ferry here for 1 hour or 3.5 hours - and that was the last ferry - if we missed it, we were in trouble. The ferry showed up more than a half hour late, which made us nervous about when it would come back. So we opted to do the short "family friendly" 700 steps loop. We were surprised how narrow the steps are - I don't know how on earth this is "family friendly" - I can't help but think it would be very very difficult with young kids, and there is not much room for passing people. When we got to the trail leading off the stairs to make a loop, we were surprised to see how steep and slippery it was - since there was no one else on the stairs, we just turned around and went back down. The town seemed pretty shut down - the museum and cafe at the bottom were not open. It seemed like a lot of effort just for the oddity of climbing some stairs.
Written October 2, 2018
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jonaslundquist
Uppsala, Sweden268 contributions
More stairs than you want to climb
Jul 2018 • Friends
Seriously, it's insane. I made it roughly 1/3 of the way up before turning back and I don't regret that for a second. The views are nice, and if you go across the stairs at around 900 steps from the bottom you'll find a path that leads to the small river where you can bathe in the shallow water. Very nice and refreshing!
Written September 18, 2018
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Lindy H
Melbourne188 contributions
Hard but great
Aug 2018 • Family
Up is hard; down is harder. 3 hours down over rocky, muddy, slippery terrain. Pretty scenery but a very physically demanding walk. Take your poles.
Written September 1, 2018
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Moho1803
Nuuk, Greenland89 contributions
Beautiful and different walk
Aug 2018 • Solo
Small stairs and a loooong way up, but it’s beautiful and so worth doing. They marked the stairs every 500, they view on the way up is beautiful and it’s very different from all other hikes, to walk up all the stairs.
Great view from the top.
Written August 19, 2018
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GoLiveYoung
Abergavenny, UK427 contributions
An amazing hike
Jul 2018 • Family
Would you climb 4444 steps up the longest wooden staircase in the world? Florli 4444 is a climb of 4444 steps (more than that in fact!) up the side of an old trolley railway beside the water pipes of an old hydro-electric power station. The hike up takes about 2 hours and is hard work. This is a hike for adults and older children with a decent level of fitness. You are not supposed to come down the steps so the hike down is by another route, taking about three hours. The descent is steep, uneven and slippery at the top. The most fantastic hike with beautiful views throughout. A hidden gem compared to the other more famous Stavanger region hikes.
Written August 6, 2018
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Sophie F
Aubiere, France1 contribution
Vertigo
Jul 2018 • Friends
I would not advise doing it if you have a fear of heights. Steps can be very impressive and there is no turning back.
Written July 1, 2018
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STAN49_12
Powell River, Canada479 contributions
A trip to remember for a lifetime
Jul 2017
We had planned this trip before visiting Norway and were not disappointed. The hike up the steps was fairly straightforward if you are in good shape, but the gale and pelting rain at the top wasn't as much fun. The hike back down the mountain was a bit treacherous as the ground was slippery from all the rain, however it was definitely worth the effort. The history of the place and the views are amazing. We came by ferry from Lysebotn and took the ferry from Florli to Lauvik. The trip down the fjord is fantastic.
Written August 18, 2017
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