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Eastern Norway Oslo

Trolltunga, Preikestolen and Kjerag

  • Madserud Alle' 34, Oslo
  • +47 23213070
  •  /  km From You
Overview

This trip combines the most famous trekking destinations in Norway; Trolltunga, Preikestolen and the Kjerag. In addition we go trekking on one of Norway's biggest glaciers, as well as the longest wooden stairway in the world!

On this trip, you need to have your camera at the ready at all times! Trolltunga is Norway's coolest viewpoint, and photos from this spectacular outcrop are widely spread throughout the world.

In small and social group we will experience Folgefonna, one of Norway's biggest glaciers. Along with our new friends we will visit Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock), situated high above the Lysefjord, which has long been one of Norway's most photographed and famous destinations. From the deck of the boat, we have a panoramic view of the wild and beautiful Lysefjord. An important part of our trips is getting off the beaten tracks, the roadless hamlet of Flørli is a true gem in the fjord landscape. Flørli has the total number of 13 residential buildings. From here we will hike 4444 steps up from the fjord to the mountain – the longest wooden stairway in the world!

Before we return to Oslo, we trek to Mount Kjerag where the bravest members of the group might even dare to stand on the Kjeragbolt (The Kjerag Rock). We stay at very nice lodges along this trek; we start on a popular trekkers hut hight up in the mountains, a nice hotel by the fjords in Jondal (Hardanger), at the prize-winning and architecturally unique Preikestolen Mountain Lodge near Preikestolen, and in a roadless hamlet by the Lysefjord.


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