Lysefjord, with its enormous variety of landscapes, is an extreme natural experience even by global standards. It is with considerable humility that we escort guests into this stunning, never-ending fjord with so much history hanging on its vertical walls.
Lysefjord offers the most fantastic cliff formations you can imagine. The Pulpit Rock, a plateau 600 m above the fjord, is the most famous, but also Kjerag, with its precipitous 1000 metre rock cliffs, is a mighty rival.
Would you like to climb the world’s longest wooden staircase? At the Flørli hydro-electric plant there are 4444 steps waiting for you. A fantastic climb in beautiful surroundings. Then there is the wonderful beach at Dørvika, ideal for stepping ashore and enjoying a ship’s biscuit or two.
Perhaps our cook will have gone ashore before us, boiling up the cooking pots with something delicious?
A trip to Fantahålå is another must – you will be awe-struck by the power and scale of this “Knave’s Cave” – which dwarfs the travellers believed to have sought shelter there.
We navigate the Lysefjord in our fast, open RIBs, with stops and activities to suit your preference.