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Flørli is a tiny village on the Lysefjord. You can only get here by ferry or on foot across the mountains. Flørli is popular for its giant stairway with 4444 steps right up from the fjord - the longest wooden stairway in the world. Its rich hydropower heritage can be observed in a free exhibition in the historic hydropower factory, which also hosts the hostel's reception and a summer-open café.
Our guests love Flørli. It is a place with an authentic and good feel to it. You should come here to relax, enjoy the beautiful fjordsetting, do a couple of spectacular hikes or some kayaking and fishing. You can also use Flørli as a stepping stone for visiting Kjerag and Preikestolen, but this involves some planning with ferries. Welcome to a fantastic hostelling experience in the heart of Fjord Norway!