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Fjord Norway Rogaland STAVANGER

Kjerag Express Bus

  • Stavanger bus terminal, track 7, Stavanger
  • +47 48060333
  •  /  km From You

One of the world's most spectacular hiking experiences. Wedged in a mountain crevice sits the Kjerag boulder. This famous natural attraction lures thrillseekers from all over the world.

Hike to Kjerag
Kjerag is one of the world's most spectacular hiking experiences. Why? Well, because the experience to stand on the rock elevated above the Lysefjord is spectacular. Standing tall at a mind-blowing 1084 metres, Kjerag towers above the other peaks surrounding the picturesque Lysefjord.
Join Go Fjords on this round-trip tour from Stavanger to Øygardstøl, the starting point of the Kjerag hike. You will have 6 hours to complete this majestic trip. The reliable service gives you time to explore the Kjerag mountain and enjoy the stunning views when you reach the top. 

Practical information
The bus arrives at Øygardstøl at around 10 am, returning at 4:30 pm. The hike itself is around 10 kilometres long. The path is marked and chains have been installed to hold on to in several places. It is a demanding route with several steep sections and an altitude difference of 570 metres. You should allow 5-6 hours to walk back and forth - longer if you want to take plenty of breaks along the way. It is important that you dress appropriately and well. A hike in the high mountains requires hiking boots, warm clothing and windproof and waterproof outerwear.
This tour is without a guide and is undertaken at your own risk. Always check the weather forecast for Kjerag before you set off on your trip. The weather can change rapidly in the mountains and extra clothing, food and drinks are required if the hike takes longer than expected.

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Jun 12, 2022 – Sep 30, 2022
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