Lysefjorden is a fjord located near Stavanger, Rogaland in southwestern Norway. The fjord is 42kilometre (26 mi) long and lies in Forsand municipality. The name means light fjord, and is said to be derived from the lightly coloured granite rocks along its sides.
- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
Get Your Camera Ready: See one of the most desired photographic destinations in Noway: Pulpit Rock or «Preikestolen», looking down to Lysefjorden.
Tour Pulpit Rock wilderness hike: Tour to Lysefjorden by boat. Hiking to Pulpit Rock. Be amazed on your 9 hours guided tour to the «Preikestol» with our trusted guide and firefighter, Gert A Olsson.
Physicality: Pulpit Rock tour requires going up and down steep hills. This tour includes a 5-mile hike in rough terrain.
Look and Learn: You'll hear the history of Pulpit Rock and the surroundings.
Lunch Included: Enjoy a picnic lunch at scenic Pulpit rock
Educational: Along the way you’ll learn of history, geology, flora and fauna.
We'll Pick You Up: We pick you up and drops you off at your hotel.
Shoes: Closed-toed shoes only. Terrain is rocky.
- Pick up and drop off at Your hotel
- Cost of toll for the worlds longest underwater tunnel
- Cost of parking at “Preikestolhytta”
- Picnic lunch at scenic Pulpit rock