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And easy hike for about 1,5 hours and beautiful view on top. Make sure to bring extra clothing if it's a hike out of season. And be careful on the top. Don't waste all your energy running to get there, you'll have to walk down...More
We visited this fjord on a boat whilst in port for the day on a cruise ship and it was great. Fabulous scenery....even saw some dolphins. And the view of the Pulpit Rock from below was very interesting. Would highly recommend cruising this fjord.
I can’t really rate the nature with anything but 5 stars or even more. It’s just amazing! Lysefjord is just one of the many places that leaves you in awe of how beautiful it is! It is to be seen at least once in a...More
The round trip is three hours the scenery is spectacular the commentary is to the point and brief. The onboard food is very poor bring you own as they don't appear to be really interested in selling it they were closed more than they were...More
I was there in early June on cloud-filled days, so I`d expect it to be cloudy, rainy, and windy. I`d still recommend the boat cruise up the fjord as the boats are quite comfy. I was dressed for any weather and had a... More
I was there in early June on cloud-filled days, so I`d expect it to be cloudy, rainy, and windy. I`d still recommend the boat cruise up the fjord as the boats are quite comfy. I was dressed for any weather and had a wonderful time, walking everywhere. The hike to Pulpit rock is in the open after leaving the ferry, so I`d recommend the fjord cruise if its scheduled to rain. The fjord cruise goes below Pulpit rock and is quite fun. I love Stavanger, so don`t let the weather get in your way.
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According to the local newspaper (Stavanger Aftenblad), they have just upgraded the quay Refså kai. This was the original starting point to get to Preikestolen before the road was built up to Preikestolhytta.