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  • From Stavanger: Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) Guided Hike

    1. From Stavanger: Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) Guided Hike

    Hike one of Norway’s most spectacular walking trails just a few hours from Stavanger, and get stunning views from the top of Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) above the Lysefjorden fjord. Reach the edge of the near-vertical cliff and test your nerves of steel as you stand or sit close to the edge above crystal-clear waters. Enjoy a light snack as you take in the unobstructed views over a fjord formed by glaciers during the last Ice Age. Reconnect with the wilderness on the 4 to 6-hour trek using well marked and easy to follow paths. Face the challenge of rocks that may become slippery in more demanding areas before you reach the unparalleled views.

    An absolutely a awesome adventure with a fantastic guide! The reward at the end, with the incredible views from Pulpit Rock made this day the experience of a lifetime and will never be forgotten!

  • Stavanger: Waterfalls Rocks and Caves Cruise

    2. Stavanger: Waterfalls Rocks and Caves Cruise

    Experience the Norwegian fjords throughout a scenic sightseeing cruise. The Lysefjord and the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) are some of the most impressive sights you will enjoy throughout this tour, as you enjoy nature at its best from the convenience of a boat. One of the first memorable sights will be the mysterious Vagabond's Cave, a gorgeous cove where dramatic cliffs surround an aqua-marine pool. As legend has it, the cave was named after a group of vagabonds who hid in the shelter for months trying to escape police. You will then head to the famous Pulpit Rock, a natural rock formation consisting of a steep cliff which rises 1,981 feet above Lysefjorden, opposite the Kjerag plateau. It also has an almost flat top of approximately 80 meters across. Throughout this exhilarating tour of memorable Lysefjord with its towering waterfalls, idyllic islands, and breathtaking scenery, you'll...

    Although we were unlucky with the weather, the ride was very pleasant. A comfortable boat, very suitable for tourist navigation, good service on board. They took us through beautiful places.

  • Stavanger: Guided Winter Hike Pulpit Rock Preikestolen

    3. Stavanger: Guided Winter Hike Pulpit Rock Preikestolen

    After being picked up from your accommodation at 7:15 AM, head to the Stavanger or Lauvvik ferry station, and take the ferry across the fjord. From the other side, it is a short drive to Preikestolen Lodge, the starting point for the hike. The hike up will take you between 2 and 3 hours. Once at Pulpit Rock, spend some time enjoying the views of beautiful natural scenery and take some photos. Enjoy your packed lunch, beverages, and some snacks here. The hike back will likely also take 2 to 3 hours, and you can expect to arrive back in Stavanger around 3-4 PM. The distance covered is approximately 4 km each way and the level is easy to moderate. Depending on weather, snow, and ice conditions, the trail may become slippery in some of the more demanding areas. The supplier provides crampons if the conditions requiers it. Some hiking experience is desirable, but not mandatory. Hikers should...

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What people are saying about Pulpit Rock

The hike was not to difficult even for people that are not used to hike. Pulpit Rock is something awesome and thanks to this tour we was able to arrive early on the Rock and enjoyed the place more quietly before all the people arrived. Our guide was Elga, she is a really nice person and through her we discovered more about Pulpit Rock and also about Norway, she make the tour and our trip in Norway nicer!! I totally recommend this tour!!

Although we were unlucky with the weather, the ride was very pleasant. A comfortable boat, very suitable for tourist navigation, good service on board. They took us through beautiful places.

Helga was a great guide, always asked how we were and took great photos of us. Once at the top we had the Preikestolen to ourselves. The view was breathtaking. Can just be recommended.

It was a perfect day for the hike with lots of sunshine. We reached at the top in 2.5 hours.

Andrea was a great guide. Patient an with a lot of knowledge about the area