Ever hiked along a fjord? Join Outdoorlife Norway and experience the majesties of the Lysefjord. Besides admiring the world-renowned Preikestolen from the fjord and hiking to the Kjerag Boulder, you will also be given the opportunity to get off the beaten track and explore Flørli, home of the longest wooden stairway in the world (4.444 steps).
On Friday, we will be enjoying a fjord crossing to get to our starting point of the hike. Flørli, beautifully located halfway along the roadless Lysefjord, amidst 100-meter-high mountains, will be your home for the night.
Your hike starts on Saturday. We’ll split the 20 kilometer long trail from Flørli to Kjerag in 2, while bridging a total ascent of 2.000 meters. We’ll enjoy the stunning views on the fjords, and surrounding mountains, cliffs and waterfalls, while spending the night in tents near one of the many mountain lakes.
On Sunday, we’ll hike to Kjerag and cross the fjord onces more.
- Last Updated: 01/23/2017
- Source: Region Stavanger
Friday, August 4, 2017
Friday, August 25, 2017
Lysefjord Hike – Flørli to Kjerag
- July 21, 2017 - August 25, 2017