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We made this hike the first week of May. We were able to experience sun, rain, hail, sleet and even snow within a short period of time. We picked this day because it was forecast to be sunny, cool, and medium winds. We were prepared...More
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The hike took around 2 hours one way. It was little bit hard for the first 0.5km and 1.5km...once pass 1.5km, it seemed easier...
Arrive in the Pulpit Rock very foggy but feeling satisfied.
Went back was a lot faster..
We did finish less than...More
Landed in stavanger, explored a bit and headed to the hike at 4pm. Great decision. Mornings are more crowded w the cruise ships. We saw plenty of people coming down. Much less going up and the top was not super crowded. Don’t know how mid...More
The hike to pulpit rock is not hard; some people may hike it faster than others, depending on their fitness level. The views from the top are incredible... This is a must do if you are visiting Stavanger!
This monolithic rock structure (featured in the 2018 Mission Impossible film) provides breathtaking views of the Fjord and surrounding cliffs. The journey there is a 6km hike in total, and while it is quite steep at points, would be manageable for families, and people of...More
It was much harder than I thought it would be at the start. (Out is shape, no cardio, asthmatic) my husband did fine with it though. Coming down was harder due to people taking up the various stair with their walking sticks. It could see...More
We were in Stavanger for only about 8 hours off a cruise ship and after a lot of advance research decided to try and do this hike in the limited time we had. I am so happy we did as it was truly a highlight...More
We went on the hike up Pulpits Rock. It’s 4 kms each way so depending on your level of fitness can take 4-5 hours. Of the 4 km about 3km is like walking up an uneven and steep winding staircase up a mountain. It is...More