In Flørli you will find one of the world longest wooden stairs, totally 4444 steps from the fjord to the Ternevass dam in the mountains. Hiking to to the top of the stairs is very demanding and will take approximately 1,5 hours and 750 m up. This hike is not recommend for people with fear of height. From the top of the stairs you can hike in the Frafjordheiene Landskapverneområde (protected landscape) following tracks marked by DNT. You can also hike to Kjerag, but you need to stay overnight once.You can do a roundtrip, following an old trail down to Flørli again. The trail starts at the weir western side. On top you'll find a solid beacon showing the way. Down the path you will see several large boulders that are set up as wizards. The trail goes for a while on the bare mountain until crossing a scree. After the scree you reach down to the area where trees grow and crossing the service road. The trail crosses Flørliåa bridge and follows the main trail that goes down to Flørli. Estimated time for the roundtrip is 3 hours.A shorter roundtrip is to hike 700 steps up and follow the trail down through the village.Down in Flørli again take a break in the old power station building where there is a gallery and cafe.