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Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours

Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours Photo: Rolf Kristiansen
Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours Photo: Kai Gangstad
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Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours

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Departure from Skagenkaien in Stavanger – June, July and August

The guests will get to see the majestic Pulpit Rock, the Vagabonds Cave, idyllic islands and magnificent scenery. On the return from the fjord, the boat stops at Oanes and and drops of the guests who want to hike to the Pulpit Rock. From here the guests will be transported by bus to Preikestolhytta where the hike starts. On average it takes approximately 2 hours to walk one way. When the guests have finished their hike, they will be transported by bus to Tau, where they take the ferry back to Stavanger. There is no guide for the hike.

For more information, prices and booking, please visit http://www.rodne.no/sightseeing-en/pulpit-rock-cruise-hike-8-hours/
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Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

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  • Sightseeing Sightseeing
  • Sailing & Boat Activities Sailing & Boat Activities
  • Hiking Hiking

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Where:Skagenkaien (Vågen)
6/1/2014 - 8/31/2014
Mon - Sun
10:00 AM
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Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours - Photo: Rolf Kristiansen

Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours

Departure from Skagenkaien in Stavanger – June, July and August The guests will get to see the majestic Pulpit Rock, the Vagabonds Cave, idyllic isla...

Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - 8 hours

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