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#33 of 33 things to do in Sandnes

Kjerag

Forsand Municipality 8.2 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Forsand Municipality
Just wanted to pass on that if you're travelling on from Kjerag by road after, it starts with the most amazing tunnel and then switchback road out of the fjord, but then turns into a long, long single track road.
The mountain also offered amazing views and everything else that makes her so special (drinking her fresh water directly from the creek is just one of the bonuses).
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Outdoorlife Norway

Stavanger 8.4 mi away
#65 of 65 things to do in Stavanger
I did managed to book both Sunrise Hike to Preikestolen as well as Beat the Crowd Kjerag Hike with Outdoor life Norway and the whole trip was amazing and very well organised.
The terrain might be far more challenging during these times and i do feel safer with a guide 3) Our guides Erlend and Fabrizio were extremely friendly, punctual and helpful, providing commentary and encouragement...
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FjordEvents

Stavanger 8.4 mi away
#65 of 65 things to do in Stavanger
Just have to say that if you want to see the fjords and typical landscape of the south west of Norway, throw in some good stories, the pulpit rock and a waterfall shower whilst sitting in a RIB with 400 HP.
From putting on the suits provided, through to the fast ride up the fjord, together with the stops to gaze at the natural beauty, it was just an incredible experience.
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Pulpit Rock Experience

Jorpeland 8.6 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Jorpeland
Though I can’t credit him with the fantastic weather we were lucky to get, I can credit him for making each minute of the trek entertaining with stories and history as well as delicious Norwegian snacks.
The view from the top is worth all of the effort of the climb :-) Definitely recommend you wear comfortable/hiking boots and bring plenty of water - the soup at the Preikestolen Mountain Lodge is lovely and a grea...
#2 of 2 things to do in Lysebotn