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Pulpit Rock cruise and hike

Pulpit Rock cruise and hike Photo: Rødne Fjord Cruise
Pulpit Rock cruise and hike Photo: Rødne Fjord Cruise

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Rødne Cruise guides you to see the Pulpit Rock, the Vagabonds Cave, and beautyful nature in Lysefjorden. When you retur to Stavanger you can stop in Oanes for a hike to the Pulpit Rock. A bus will drive you to Preikestolhytta where the hike starts.
After the hike a bus transport the guests to Tau where you take the ferry back to Stavanger.
There is no guide for the hike. (8 hrs)

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Pulpit Rock cruise and hike - Photo: Rødne Fjord Cruise

Pulpit Rock cruise and hike

Rødne Cruise guides you to see the Pulpit Rock, the Vagabonds Cave, and beautyful nature in Lysefjorden. When you retur to Stavanger you can stop in...

Pulpit Rock cruise and hike

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