I have norhing but positive feedback on the tour, where we had Christopher as our guide. He has been to Preikelstolen, hundreds of times ever since he was a small kid. So, he knows the area. He also had a training for mountain rescue and paramedic, so that made me feel safe as well.
I thought I would have problems, because I’m afraid of hights. I did not fear at all.
The wind on the rock was blowing hard, but our guide would not have taken us there if it was unsafe.
When hiking in the winter, you get the luxury of having only a few other people around. So, I think, you get better pictures.
If you have good, waterproof gear and spikes for the shoes (which the company will provide, you will be ok.I think. The difficulty is more than medium, so it’s not for people, who have difficulties walking up- or downhill or have really bad knees.
I highly recommend Outdoorlife Norway’s hike to the Preikelstolen