Tours and Tickets by Lysefjorden Adventure
Guided hike to Kjerag and Kjeragbolten
The fjord adventure would be incomplete without a guided trip to Kjerag bolt. The five cubic meter glacial deposit is mysteriously suspended between two rocks, with the location being a world of its own. It inspires to humbleness and gratitude for having been allowed the privilege to experience nature in its utmost purity, from the top of the world. Standing on the boulder itself is not for the faint of heart and visitors to Kjerag should be reminded that what this place has to offer is more than just an impressive boulder. Chances are you will be in awe of nature’s unmistakable beauty the entire trip, culminating with the breathtaking vistas over the Lysefjord. BASE jumpers challenge their limits on a regular basis from this majestic location and visitors may get the chance to see the “flying” daredevils in action.
Guided hike to Pulpit Rock Preikestolen
It can be daunting as a visitor to navigate to Norway’s Pulpit Rock, so enjoy a stress-free adventure by going on a guided hike. Let a guide take the lead and ensure you travel along a safe and accessible route. Get great photo opportunities of the striking blue fjord, and enjoy time to relax, refuel with some snacks, and admire the views.
Guided sunrise hike to Pulpit Rock Preikestolen
Experience unbeatable morning views from Preikestolen on a 10-hour group tour from Stavanger. After hotel pickup and a relaxing ferry ride, follow your guide on a 2- to 3-hour hike to Pulpit Rock. Traversing easy to moderate terrain, the trek is suitable for both amateur and seasoned hikers alike. Once at the top, enjoy ample free time to take photos, explore, and rest.
Guided winter hike to Pulpit Rock Preikestolen
Surround yourself in the winter landscapes of Lysefjorden on a 10-hour tour to Preikestolen. There’s no need to worry over logistics as round-trip hotel transfer and ferry fare are included. Your guide takes care of navigation during the trek, so you’re free to enjoy the spectacular scenery. After an invigorating hike to Pulpit Rock, enjoy free time to snap the perfect photo of you at the edge of the cliff.
Guided hike to Florli 4,444 steps
Consider spending a day climbing the world’s longest wooden staircase. With its 4444 steps, Flørli is known to be one of the scariest stairs in the world. The climb is long and strenuous, but provides great lookout points where you can stop to catch your breath while enjoying the vista over the Lysefjord down below. This is a two-part hike that does not take you through the same scenery more than once. The descent follows the hundred-year old marked trail that was once used by the “Rallarer”. Rallarer were often underprivileged men that were employed in the 1800s Norway to help build infrastructure. They are remembered to have carried up to 80 kg loads on their backs, and are the ones that built the stairs along with the Flørli Hydroelectric Power Station at their base. The dam at Ternevatnet, which the return trail passes, also stands as a reminder of their mastery.
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Angelita F wrote a review Aug 2020
Alesund, Norway17 contributions
Review of: Guided hike to Kjerag Fjord cruise included
A must hike when visiting Stavanger, Norway! Eventhough we are only two people Geir pick us up on time. He is very friendly, informative tour guide. Very nice picture he took including USB. Lunch was great! Great once in a lifetime experience. We had so much fun!
Bilge Cakmak wrote a review Aug 2020
Frankfurt, Germany1 contribution
The trips are max with 8 people. It is more comfortable than the bulk hiking groups. Although some people in our group are faster than the others our guide Geir was ok with that, he supported the others stay behind. Our guide was very friendly and during the car trip we talked a lot about life in there and the culture. Thumbs up! All the best!…
Date of experience: August 2020
Aoife Ø wrote a review Aug 2020
Review of: Guided hike to Pulpit Rock Preikestolen
Wonderful guided tour with Geir, an excellent guide. Preikestolen is incredible but the hike up and down is just as memorable, especially with such a knowledgable guide and we learnt so much about the area, local nature, history and even foraging for wild blueberries on the way back down. Would recommend to everyone hoping to do this hike and would love to come back for the Kjerag and Florli hikes one day too.…
Date of experience: August 2020
Nahum W wrote a review Jul 2020
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Our guide (Geir) made this hike a phenomenal experience. He is very attentive, funny and just a cool dude. I was a solo traveler, so he made sure I felt welcomed and incorporated me into the group. He knows his way around the mountains, and he was always checking on us to make sure we didn't take a wrong step. I also recommend buying the photo package so that you don't have to stop all the time on steep slopes to take pictures. The guide will take some great pictures so you can just focus on enjoying the hike and views.…
Date of experience: July 2020
Stefan Krist wrote a review Jul 2020