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Day trip to the Flørli stairs

  • Strandkaien (Vågen)
  • +47 51895270
  •  /  km From You

Climb the world's longest wooden staircase for an amazing view! Every Saturday and Sunday during summer, Rødne Fjord Cruise takes you on a day trip to the Lysefjord and Flørli where the staircase Flørlitrappene with its 4,444 steps await!

The cruise departs Stavanger in the morning and, after brief stops for boarding at Lauvvik and Forsand piers, continues on into the Lysefjord. You sail through beautiful fjord landscapes past the majestic Preikestolen and arrive at the former power plant village Flørli early in the morning.
Flørli is an idyllic, roadless resort that offers beautiful scenery, unique outdoor experiences, exciting history of hydroelectric power and a cosy café. Flørli is best known for having the world’s longest wooden staircase, with 4,444 steps in all. The top of the stairs is 750 metres above sea level. The climb is really worth the effort since the fantastic views from the top include the beautiful Lysefjord and the mountains surrounding Preikestolen!
Rødne Fjord Cruise offers modern, comfortable boats with sundecks, spacious cabins and kiosks offering refreshments, including beer and wine.
Every Saturday and Sunday from May to September.

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