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Stavanger: Guided Hike to Kjerag Kjeragbolten

1. Stavanger: Guided Hike to Kjerag Kjeragbolten

Enjoy a hotel pickup then begin with a drive from Stavanger to Eagle's Nest, the trailhead for this hike.  Enjoy breathtaking views on this scenic hike through Lysefjorden, with its changing landscape. Reach the Kjerug plateau, and spend some time enjoying the vista. Take photos, and maybe be courageous and climb on to the boulder. If timed correctly, maybe even see BASE jumpers diving from cliffs down to Lyseflorden. Enjoy a packed lunch, beverages, and snacks before heading back and closing out the adventure of a lifetime.

Stavanger: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

2. Stavanger: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Visit Stavanger and be stunned by the beautiful landscapes including fjords, mountains and white beaches. The city also has an extensive historical background which is portrayed through the city's large number of museums. Stavanger is also Europe's oil and energy capital. Begin your tour at the first stop, the Strandkaien Cruise Terminal, for the full experience. The tour will continue to the Tourist Information Station, where passengers can hop-off and take a short walk over to Stavanger’s Cathedral. The cathedral is one of the most stunning works of architecture in the city and its interior is equally as beautiful. One of the tours most notable spots is the Petroleum Museum which has become one of the coasts most memorable landmarks. Located on the Port of Stavanger, its unique architecture makes it stand out from the crowd and its history inside is just as intriguing.  If you prefer a museum more focused on natural and cultural history, than hop-off at the 7th stop and visit the Stavanger Museum. There’s also a museum for art-lovers at stop 9. The museum boasts an extraordinary number of artwork, now totaling over 2,600. Another recommended stop to hop-off at is stop 10 – the Ledaal Royal Residence. This wonderful building is the official residence to the King of Norway. From the top-deck of the tour buses, you will be able to get brilliant photos of this famous building.  As the tour takes you to these iconic locations, you can also enjoy an informative on-board commentary that is available in 8 different languages. You can also enjoy free WiFi on-board. Please find a list of the tour stops below:  • Strandkaien Cruise Terminal • Tourist Information and Stavanger Cathedral • Petroleum Museum • Victoria Hotel • Petroleum Museum • Tourist Information and Stavanger Cathedral • Stavanger Museum • Museum of Archaeology • Stavanger Art Museum • Ledaal Royal Residence • Strandkaien Cruise Terminal

From Stavanger: Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) Guided Hike

3. 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.

Stavanger: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Pass & Cathedral Stop

4. Stavanger: 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Pass & Cathedral Stop

Visit the iconic landmarks of Stavanger with a hop-on hop-off bus tour. See the iconic places like Stavanger Cathedral, Petroleum Museum, Museum of Archaeology, and more. You can get off at any of the stops along the route as many times you want in 24 hours and explore your favorite spots at your own pace. Ride through famous attractions such as the Victoria hotel, Ledaal, Strandkaien Cruise Terminal, Gamle Stavanger, and many more. You will learn about each attraction and its history through the audioguide. Travel around and through the city center of this historic city on a double-decker bus. 

Stavanger: Guided Sunrise Hike to Pulpit Rock

5. Stavanger: Guided Sunrise Hike to Pulpit Rock

Your tour will begin as you are picked up at your location specified when booking. Note that drop off location, upon return, will be the same as pickup location. Your estimated pickup time is 5:00AM from your accommodation. Be ready 5 minutes before estimated pick up in front of main entrance. You will begin by heading to the Stavanger Ferry Station or Lauvvik Ferry Station, from where you will take the ferry across the fjord. From the other side is a short drive to Preikestolen Lodge, your starting point for the hike. The hike up will take you between 2-3 hours, with a distance of 4 kilometers each way. Once at Pulpit Rock, you will spend some time enjoying the sunrise and the beautiful nature, with plenty of time to take photos. You will also enjoy your packed lunch, beverages, and some snacks here. The hike back will likely also take 2 to 3 hours, and you can later expect to arrive in Stavanger at around 8:00AM-10:00AM.

Stavanger: Guided Winter Hike Pulpit Rock Preikestolen

6. 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 be prepared with clothes and shoes for cold weather. Hiking boots are required on this hike, and can be rented when booking. Other suggestions include warm, windproof, and waterproof clothing. Bring some water with you to keep hydrated, preferably in a container you can refill on the trail. Norwegian mountains are full of crystal clear, clean, and very tasty water sources. Lunch will not be provided, but please bring your own snack. Each hiker is responsible for carrying his/her own gear, so a suitable backpack is recommended.

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What people are saying about Rogaland

The excursion was very interesting, despite the fact that we had the bad luck that when we got to the top there was a lot of fog and we couldn't enjoy the wonderful views. Our guide Toa was a charm, he explained everything to us perfectly and helped us in the ascent / descent when necessary, always aware of what we needed. Although the tour was in English, we were lucky that Toa is Argentine and addressed us in Spanish. Cool!!!!

Very well organized tour. They picked us up on time, and the guide made sure that everyone was safe on the trail by giving useful tips on how to use the chains etc. This is a very difficult hike, so it is highly recommended that you engage this company to guide you on the hike. Even the drive to the Kjerag trailhead is quite difficult, and they took care of this as well.

Our Toa guide was very kind and explained the route to us at all times. As he was Argentine and we were Spanish, he spoke to us in Spanish, which we thanked him for. The day was not the best in terms of weather, for that reason I am much happier to have hired a guide for our excursion. If we had gone alone I do not know if I would have completed it

Great experience! Everything went great and we saw a lot.

Really amazing experience, invaluable to have a guide!!