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GUIDED HIKES AND TOURS

Lysefjordens original nature guides have the experience and know-how to ensure you a safe and memorable adventure.
Joint the guides who lead a unique ‘off the beaten track’ trips that highlight the region’s fjords, mountains, and valleys.
15 NOK are also donated per guest to our local volunter mountain rescue team: Norsk Folkehjelp – Strand & Forsand.

Here is a selection of popular hiking packages. Please contact us if you have any questions or if you want another hiking suggestion..

Preikestolen sunrise hike
April – October

Preikestolen, off the beaten track
May – September

Preikestolen private classic hike
January – December

Kjerag pre season
15. – 31. May

Kjerag summer hike
June – August

Flørli stairs 4444
June – September

More hikes to Preikestolen

Often called the most iconic in Norway. Standing on the 604-meter-high cliff, the panoramic view of the Lysefjord is of the most dramatic scenery Fjord-Norway has to offer. In 2017, approximately 300,000 hikers will hike to this imposingcliff. We offer unique Preikestolen hiking adventures, year round!

More hikes to Kjerag

About 10,000 years ago, massive glaciers formed Norway’s rugged landscapes and fjords. At some point, the famous Kjerag boulder was wedged into a mountain crevasse. Ever since, the ‘Majesty of the Lysefjord’ has been suspended above the Lysefjord. Feel the exhilaration of standing on Kjerag’s cliff side -almost a kilometer above the Lysefjord- and enjoy the panoramic views of some of the most dramatic scenery Fjord-Norway has to offer. If you dare (and conditions allow), stand atop the Kjerag boulder, which hangs a heart-stopping 984 meters above the fjord.

MISSION POSSIBLE

Do like Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible. 

Hike to Preikestolen and experience the amazing views first hand.
This is a mission very much possible...

Your gateway to unforgettable adventures in and around Stavanger, Norway. From kayaking the beautiful fjords, to rafting and sightseeing tje majestic nature of the region.
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