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3 ways to experience Preikestolen

Deep in the heart of Fjord Norway, a legendary rock formation awaits to take your breath away: Preikestolen. When deciding how to explore it, you have both active and more relaxing options at hand. The 604-meters high steep cliff also known as the Pulpit Rock has been offering panoramic views to Lysefjord for more than […]

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A complete guide to hike Kjerag

At 3,556 feet above sea level, Kjerag is the highest peak in the Lysefjord.  When is the best time to hike to kjerag? Kjerag is a seasonal hiking destination, and the season is very short. The plateau is normally covered in snow until late June. The season ends when the road closes for the season due […]

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How to hike Preikestolen with children

A visit to Ryfylke would not be complete without a day trip to Preikestolen, arguably the most well known attraction in the region. Preikestolen, which is also known as Pulpit Rock, is a cliff that stands 604 m (1981 ft) over the Lysefjord. The popular hike to the top of the cliff is about 4 […]

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3 ways to experience the Lysefjord

Check out 3 ways to explore the southernmost big fjord in Norway. On a fjord cruise  This is definitely the most relaxing and comfortable way to see the fjord. Departing from the harbor of Stavanger, you can admire the fjord and its attractions from the comfort of a boat, either through panoramic windows or on […]

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6 tips to help you prepare for the Preikestolen hike

It’s time to tick Preikestolen off your bucket list! The impressive rock formation hovering 604 m (1982 ft) above the beautiful Lysefjord has become a popular attraction for both tourists and Norwegians who want to experience one of the most spectacular viewpoints in the world. Located only an hour by bus or by car from […]

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Things you may not know about Preikestolen

Located an hour by bus outside of Stavanger, Preikestolen also known as the Pulpit Rock, is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Norway. It has been named one of the world’s most spectacular viewing points both by Lonely Planet and CNN Go. The plateau holds many interesting facts and stories, some of which […]

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Interesting facts about the world famous Kjerag Boulder

Kjerag is one of Norway’s many impressive rock formations that require a hike to get to. Once you reach the bolt, the area offers unparalleled views and thrills. Here are some interesting facts about the famous boulder that is located outside Stavanger. Kjerag is popularly referred as the ‘Majesty of the Lysefjord’. The boulder is […]

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Why people flock from all over the world to do sports in Voss

“The adrenaline capital of Norway.” Nope, it’s not Oslo or Bergen. Instead, that honorific is about Voss, a relatively small place in the heart of Fjord Norway. But do you know why Voss is so special? This picturesque village between Sognefjord and Hardangerfjord is blessed with a vibrant landscape and an even more vibrant tradition when it comes to extreme sports. […]

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Instagram Friendly Spots in Voss

From skiing to white water rafting to paragliding, Voss is the perfect background for all your high octane activities. You probably already know that Voss is a very special place. Located between the two biggest fjords of Norway, the adrenaline capital of the country welcomes adventurous travellers and extreme sports enthusiasts all year long. But sometimes, even extreme […]

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10 reasons to visit Voss

Deep in the heart of Fjord Norway, located between the King and the Queen of fjords, the adrenaline capital of the country awaits! Voss may be a relatively small place, but it’s one of the most exciting ones to visit in all of Norway. Think snow-capped mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, wild rivers and streams… and […]