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We went to Preikestolen on the 14th of May, 2019, in the afternoon. It was not very crowded at that moment, which meant we didn't run into many people on the small steps leading up the first part.
The thing with Preikestolen is, yes it...More
All though the end view is incredible, there is steep rock climbs for over 2km that is a killer on the knees. It took our group (who are not avid hikers) four hours (with breaks) to get to the top, spent our 15 minutes taking...More
We hiked the 1/3 of a mile out to see Pulpit rock. It was worth the hike. The hardest part is the small hike back up the hill to the parking area. If you have problems hiking up and down trails with rocks and roots...More
This is a nice daytrip from Stavanger.
If you dont have a car dont panic. You can visit the rock by public transport as well. I stayed at Best Western in Stavanger. You can buy ferry and bus ticket at the recepcion. The ferry will...More
Had 3 nights in Stavanger and weather looked to be clear & sunny for all the days (May) but decided to take the first opportunity in case there was a weather change. Ticket covers ferry fro Stavanger to Tau, then bus to beginning of Preikestolen...More
Arrived in Bergen from Copenhagen. Flew to Stavanger the following day, left our stuff in our AirBnB. Then we walked to the port to catch the ferry going to Tau which took less than an hour to reach Tau. Upon arriving at Tau, a bus...More
It's a good hike of 2 hours. There is a ferry from Stavanger to tau and you can continue in bus to preikstolen foothill. If anyone has Kolumbus Pass then they can use that in ferry till tau. If you care going in group, you...More
Response from TitoFromAtlanta | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry as we took the ferry as walk in passenger and we didn't have a car. We just bought our ticket for the ferry + bus from Stavanger to Tau. At Tau port, we immediately got into the bus taking us to the parking lot... More
I'm sorry as we took the ferry as walk in passenger and we didn't have a car. We just bought our ticket for the ferry + bus from Stavanger to Tau. At Tau port, we immediately got into the bus taking us to the parking lot below the Pulpit Rock route...