Most tourists visiting Lysefjorden are coming here to climb Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) or Kjerag. These mountains are world famous, and visited by hundreds of thousands every year from all corners of the world. But did you know these are just top of the iceberg when it comes to what Lysefjorden has to offer? There is so much more to offer both in spectacular hikes and different activities, that there is no need to go directly back to Stavanger after Pulpit Rock or Kjerag. Why don’t you stay a few days extra and explore some of the other, not so famous treasures in and around the fjord?
If you’re fond of hiking, there are almost unlimited hikes and trails for everyone. Many of these hikes can be found on www.ut.no which is run by the Norwegian Trekking Association.
If you want to hike with a guide, Outdoorlife Norway has hikes for all ages around Lysefjorden. These guys also know where to find these hidden unspoiled places.
Check out the activities we’re offering, and the “Things do to menu”, and I’m pretty sure you’ll find something interesting.
If you’re looking for something special, or if you want to arrange an event while here, we’re more than happy to assist you in setting this up.