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Icons of the Fjords

The Norwegian Rockstars

Icons of the Fjords

The Norwegian Rockstars

From USD 2725

Overview Experience the three legendary hiking highlights of the Norwegian Fjords, sightseeing in beautiful Bergen and Old Stavanger, pancakes for breakfast on pulpit rock, defy gravity on Kjerag's famous boulder and pose 700m above fjord level on Trolltunga!

Highlights

  • Norway's three most famous viewpoints: Trolltunga, Preikestolen and Kjerag.
  • Trip starts in Stavanger
  • Trip ends in Bergen
  • Visit Flørli, the remote village in Lysefjord
  • Stay in Rosendal, one of Hardangerfjord's most beautiful towns

This trip is geared towards those who want to see the top three highlights of Norway: Trolltunga, Preikestolen, and Kjerag, but have a more relaxed pace than our Hike Trolltunga, Preikestolen and Kjerag itinerary that begins and ends in Oslo. This tour starts in Stavanger and ends in Bergen, giving you access to two of Norway's most beautiful cities. This tour gives you 7 days to explore the Icons of Norway. Trolltunga, Kjerag and Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) 

ay nestled deep in the beautiful Norwegian Fjords. Trolltunga (1100m), a thin sliver of granite, juts out into space 700m above Lake Ringedalsvatnet, a breathtaking reward after a long and mighty hike. On Preikestolen (600m), it won’t just be about the stunning view, but about breakfast too, as you eat fresh pancakes cooked by our guide on the summit as the dawn rises. If you dare stand on Kjerag’s (1110m) gravity-defying boulder, that will be a memory and adrenaline rush of a lifetime. We’ve devised a week’s holiday that not only summits all three iconic rocks but recognizes that the Norwegian Fjords are another super-star attraction in itself.

Along with the great hiking, there’s time to discover Old Stavanger’s famous wooden houses and relax in the quaint and quiet fjord-side town of Rosendal. The holiday ends in Bergen and an optional extra evening would give you the weekend to sightsee in this beautiful UNESCO world-heritage city. We have chosen accommodation of simple standard but beloved by Norwegians to give you a true Norwegian cultural experience. Flørli Historic Hostel can only be reached by boat along Lysefjord, and we’ve booked the wood-fired hot tub overlooking the fjord for a post-Kjerag session. You find Preikestolen Mountain Lodge at the shores of idyllic Lake Refsvatn – you can choose to paddle, kayak or SUP on the lake on your free afternoon or take the challenge of Norway’s most extended zip line. An iconic Norwegian bucket-list set in the magnificence of the Norwegian Fjords.

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Dates and booking

Thu 15. June - Wed 21. June 2023

USD 2725Available

Thu 06. July - Wed 12. July 2023

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Thu 27. July - Wed 02. August 2023

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Guaranteed departure

Thu 24. August - Wed 30. August 2023

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Opening hours
Mon - Fri: 09 - 16

Opening time info (Holidays)

CET

Safety

  • 24 hour emergency standby team

  • Guides with training in first aid

  • Necessary medication and first aid available

  • Cooperation with Turlegen.no for medical advice in the field

    Safety and grading of trips

Physical level

3/6 Physical

On these trips, some of the stages are demanding. On level 3 mountain hikes, there are often some long stages, and / or a demanding summit push where it can get cold. You must stand up to reach the goal, and have a good training basis and good health before departure. We sleep in tents and / or in cabins and hotels, but you do not have to have experience with tent life to participate. If the trip includes activities such as kayaking, cycling, climbing, glacier, skiing / mountaineering, it is an advantage to have experience with this activity.

Safety and grading of trips

Risk level

3/6 Risk

Activities / trips with some risk. Some incidents may occur, and they may be of such a nature that they require professional help.

Safety and grading of trips

Training and preparations

To get the most out of this trip, it is an advantage if the participants have good physical shape and that you have some hiking experience with a good attitude.

 

The hardest hike is the hike to Trolltunga; it can take up to 12 hours all together. The other days will be about 4-6 hours of hiking. You should expect to scramble and the path is rocky and slippery if it rains. You should have hiking experience with similar conditions. Good fitness and some hiking experience with a good attitude will also prepare you for this trip.

Accommodation

We stay in unique and welcoming accommodations within the area. If you are traveling alone, you will share a same-sex twin room. If you would like a single room, please request this directly for a single, additional payment of 4000 NOK. Most nights we will stay in en-suite rooms, but not all. If you want a single room we can't guarantee an en-suite room each day.

Most nights we will stay in en-suite rooms, but not all. If you want a single room we can't guarantee an en-suite room each day.

Other information

To get to Stavanger you can either take the train from Oslo. The time schedule and prices can be found on www.vy.no. Or you could fly from one of the big cities in Norway (Oslo, Bergen, etc) with either SAS, Norwegian, or Flyr. Feel free to contact us if you need help when it comes to this.

Due to limited space in the minibus, we ask that you bring one piece of luggage (we recommend a duffel bag, which is easier than a rolling bag to transport on this tour) with your clothes, toiletries and items necessary for when we are not hiking. We require you bring a day pack (hip belt strongly recommended) to use when hiking for food, water, cameras and layers.

 

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Day 1:A day in Stavanger

There will be a single-timed transfer from Stavanger Airport at around 3 PM where your guide will meet you for the short journey to the hotel in Stavanger. Old Stavanger offers Europe's best-preserved wooden house settlement, consisting of more than 170 white wooden houses. After a simple picnic lunch, the group will have a short tour of Old Stavanger followed by free time before getting together for our first group dinner in the evening.

There will be a single-timed transfer from Stavanger Airport at around 3 PM where your guide will meet you for the short journey to the hotel in Stavanger. Old Stavanger offers Europe's best-preserved wooden house settlement, consisting of more than 170 white wooden houses. After a simple picnic lunch, the group will have a short tour of Old Stavanger followed by free time before getting together for our first group dinner in the evening.

ACCOMMODATION

Scandic Park Stavanger

MEALS

-,-,D

TRANSPORTATION

15 min

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Day 2:Kjerag and Lysefjord

An early start this morning as we drive (2.5 hours) to the beginning of our first challenge - the ascent of Kjerag. Following a marked path, we will hike in rugged but beautiful terrain on this difficult trail, walking steeply upwards for about 3 hours. When reaching the summit, there are two main attractions. The first is the astonishing views from the northern side, a massive cliff plunging 984m almost straight down into Lysefjorden. The second is the Kjeragbolten, the iconic balancing boulder - suspended over that same 984m deep drop into the fjord. After our descent down the same path, we transfer 20 minutes to Lysebotn and enjoy an hour's ferry ride down Lysefjord, the "Fjord of Light", looking back up the dramatic cliff of Kjerag. Upon reaching our charming fjord-side hostel in Florli, a roadless hamlet serviced by four ferries per day, we can enjoy the wood-fired hot tub before dinner.

An early start this morning as we drive (2.5 hours) to the beginning of our first challenge - the ascent of Kjerag. Following a marked path, we will hike in rugged but beautiful terrain on this difficult trail, walking steeply upwards for about 3 hours. When reaching the summit, there are two main attractions. The first is the astonishing views from the northern side, a massive cliff plunging 984m almost straight down into Lysefjorden. The second is the Kjeragbolten, the iconic balancing boulder - suspended over that same 984m deep drop into the fjord. After our descent down the same path, we transfer 20 minutes to Lysebotn and enjoy an hour's ferry ride down Lysefjord, the "Fjord of Light", looking back up the dramatic cliff of Kjerag. Upon reaching our charming fjord-side hostel in Florli, a roadless hamlet serviced by four ferries per day, we can enjoy the wood-fired hot tub before dinner.

ACCOMMODATION

Flørli

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

3 hours

DURATION

6-7 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

570m/570m

DISTANCE

11 km

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Day 3:Longest staircase in the world in Flørli

Today we will climb the 4444 Florli steps one of the longest wooden staircases in the world. We'll end up well above the tree line where there are amazing views of the Lysefjord and toward the Preikestolen massive (where we will stay tonight). We follow the old construction road to a mountain lake where we join an old farm road for a more gentle descent back down to the fjord. For those who do not want to climb the whole 4444 steps, there is an option to stop at 700 steps and visit the charming Florli tourist station before descending via a quiet narrow road. We will get the evening ferry down Lysefjord to Fredvang and transfer to Preikestolen Mountain Lodge.

Today we will climb the 4444 Florli steps one of the longest wooden staircases in the world. We'll end up well above the tree line where there are amazing views of the Lysefjord and toward the Preikestolen massive (where we will stay tonight). We follow the old construction road to a mountain lake where we join an old farm road for a more gentle descent back down to the fjord. For those who do not want to climb the whole 4444 steps, there is an option to stop at 700 steps and visit the charming Florli tourist station before descending via a quiet narrow road. We will get the evening ferry down Lysefjord to Fredvang and transfer to Preikestolen Mountain Lodge.

ACCOMMODATION

Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

2 hours

DURATION

7-8 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

830m/830m

DISTANCE

10 km

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Day 4:Pancakes at dawn on Preikestolen

Today's hike starts in the dark before sunrise. With our headlamps on, we'll walk up deserted paths to Preikestolen, Pulpit Rock. It will take 2.5 hours to reach the iconic outcrop where we will catch the first rays of dawn breaking over Lysefjord. After that, long before the other tourists arrive, you'll be heading back down the same trail. Back at the lodge we have a free afternoon, to relax and choose some optional activities. There is a sandy beach for swimming in the Refsvatn Lake by the lodge, or you can choose to rent kayaks, canoes or SUPs for paddling on the lake. Nearby is Norway's longest zip wire, if you need any additional thrills adding to the week

Today's hike starts in the dark before sunrise. With our headlamps on, we'll walk up deserted paths to Preikestolen, Pulpit Rock. It will take 2.5 hours to reach the iconic outcrop where we will catch the first rays of dawn breaking over Lysefjord. After that, long before the other tourists arrive, you'll be heading back down the same trail. Back at the lodge we have a free afternoon, to relax and choose some optional activities. There is a sandy beach for swimming in the Refsvatn Lake by the lodge, or you can choose to rent kayaks, canoes or SUPs for paddling on the lake. Nearby is Norway's longest zip wire, if you need any additional thrills adding to the week

ACCOMMODATION

Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

3-4 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

450m/450m

DISTANCE

6 km

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Day 5:Moslifjellet

Today we can walk straight out of our mountain lodge to walk up Moslifjellet which, at 718m, is just slightly higher than Preikestolen. The top of the mountain is above the treeline so yet again we can enjoy spectacular views, this time across the archipelago and towards Stavanger. We then go back for the drive to 5-6hours drive Rosendal. On the way, we will stop for a break and a scenic picnic lunch. Rosendal has a very picturesque setting on the shores of Hardangerfjord and there will be time to stroll through the small town down to water's edge. We'll have an early dinner at our hotel, as tomorrow we will tackle the holiday's most challenging summit.

Today we can walk straight out of our mountain lodge to walk up Moslifjellet which, at 718m, is just slightly higher than Preikestolen. The top of the mountain is above the treeline so yet again we can enjoy spectacular views, this time across the archipelago and towards Stavanger. We then go back for the drive to 5-6hours drive Rosendal. On the way, we will stop for a break and a scenic picnic lunch. Rosendal has a very picturesque setting on the shores of Hardangerfjord and there will be time to stroll through the small town down to water's edge. We'll have an early dinner at our hotel, as tomorrow we will tackle the holiday's most challenging summit.

ACCOMMODATION

Rosendal Fjordhotell

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

4-5 hours

DURATION

4 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

350m/350m

DISTANCE

6 km

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Day 6:Trolltunga

Today we will start very early again to avoid any crowds, and we will eat a packed breakfast during the transfer (1 hr 15 min) at the start of our walk. The beginning of the trail is possibly the most bracing, with a steep start on stone steps and some potentially slippy rocks. However, the path begins to level out for about an hour, after which there is another significant climb on a high trail to a small picturesque mountain lake. Now the views will begin to reward you for the effort, although there is another major steep climb ahead. This hike is the last big effort, and at last, you will get your first view down to the beautiful down Lake Ringedal with the knowledge that the majority of the ascent is now over. A long undulating walk on the moonscape of the rocky plateau brings you eventually to Trolltunga, the most dramatic, iconic rock in Norway and surely the definition of a bucket-list achievement. After enjoying a very long moment to savor our victory, we will begin our 4-6 hours descent, returning the same way. A final transfer brings us to our comfortable hotel in Rosendal, which will be very much appreciated tonight, and it may even be worth braving the prices at the bar to celebrate! It is also possible to remain in Rosendal today and enjoy some excellent sightseeing on foot. The Baroniet Rosendal is a manor house dating back to 1665 which is now a museum. A guided tour will give you a fascinating insight into Norwegian history and the Rosendal gardens built over 300 years, including a Renaissance rose garden. Nearby is an impressive medieval church built in the mid-1200s, the Kvinnherad. There are also plenty of other options to choose from including a full day by ferry on the Hardangerfjord or a tour of the Folgefonna glacier and a visit the new Folgefonna Centre in the National Park.

Today we will start very early again to avoid any crowds, and we will eat a packed breakfast during the transfer (1 hr 15 min) at the start of our walk. The beginning of the trail is possibly the most bracing, with a steep start on stone steps and some potentially slippy rocks. However, the path begins to level out for about an hour, after which there is another significant climb on a high trail to a small picturesque mountain lake. Now the views will begin to reward you for the effort, although there is another major steep climb ahead. This hike is the last big effort, and at last, you will get your first view down to the beautiful down Lake Ringedal with the knowledge that the majority of the ascent is now over. A long undulating walk on the moonscape of the rocky plateau brings you eventually to Trolltunga, the most dramatic, iconic rock in Norway and surely the definition of a bucket-list achievement. After enjoying a very long moment to savor our victory, we will begin our 4-6 hours descent, returning the same way. A final transfer brings us to our comfortable hotel in Rosendal, which will be very much appreciated tonight, and it may even be worth braving the prices at the bar to celebrate! It is also possible to remain in Rosendal today and enjoy some excellent sightseeing on foot. The Baroniet Rosendal is a manor house dating back to 1665 which is now a museum. A guided tour will give you a fascinating insight into Norwegian history and the Rosendal gardens built over 300 years, including a Renaissance rose garden. Nearby is an impressive medieval church built in the mid-1200s, the Kvinnherad. There are also plenty of other options to choose from including a full day by ferry on the Hardangerfjord or a tour of the Folgefonna glacier and a visit the new Folgefonna Centre in the National Park.

ACCOMMODATION

Rosendal Fjordhotell

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

2 hours 30 minutes

DURATION

7-11 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

400m/400m

DISTANCE

20-21 km

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Day 7:Depart to Bergen

There is a single timed transfer back to Bergen Airport. You could also take the opportunity to book an additional extra night and enjoy the weekend in the beautiful UNESCO world-heritage city of Bergen. There are many options to choose for an independent booking, of which were happy to give you recommendations.

There is a single timed transfer back to Bergen Airport. You could also take the opportunity to book an additional extra night and enjoy the weekend in the beautiful UNESCO world-heritage city of Bergen. There are many options to choose for an independent booking, of which were happy to give you recommendations.

MEALS

B,L,-

TRANSPORTATION

2 hours 30 minutes

There will be a single-timed transfer from Stavanger Airport at around 3 PM where your guide will meet you for the short journey to the hotel in Stavanger. Old Stavanger offers Europe's best-preserved wooden house settlement, consisting of more than 170 white wooden houses. After a simple picnic lunch, the group will have a short tour of Old Stavanger followed by free time before getting together for our first group dinner in the evening.

ACCOMMODATION

Scandic Park Stavanger

MEALS

-,-,D

TRANSPORTATION

15 min

An early start this morning as we drive (2.5 hours) to the beginning of our first challenge - the ascent of Kjerag. Following a marked path, we will hike in rugged but beautiful terrain on this difficult trail, walking steeply upwards for about 3 hours. When reaching the summit, there are two main attractions. The first is the astonishing views from the northern side, a massive cliff plunging 984m almost straight down into Lysefjorden. The second is the Kjeragbolten, the iconic balancing boulder - suspended over that same 984m deep drop into the fjord. After our descent down the same path, we transfer 20 minutes to Lysebotn and enjoy an hour's ferry ride down Lysefjord, the "Fjord of Light", looking back up the dramatic cliff of Kjerag. Upon reaching our charming fjord-side hostel in Florli, a roadless hamlet serviced by four ferries per day, we can enjoy the wood-fired hot tub before dinner.

ACCOMMODATION

Flørli

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

3 hours

DURATION

6-7 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

570m/570m

DISTANCE

11 km

Today we will climb the 4444 Florli steps one of the longest wooden staircases in the world. We'll end up well above the tree line where there are amazing views of the Lysefjord and toward the Preikestolen massive (where we will stay tonight). We follow the old construction road to a mountain lake where we join an old farm road for a more gentle descent back down to the fjord. For those who do not want to climb the whole 4444 steps, there is an option to stop at 700 steps and visit the charming Florli tourist station before descending via a quiet narrow road. We will get the evening ferry down Lysefjord to Fredvang and transfer to Preikestolen Mountain Lodge.

ACCOMMODATION

Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

2 hours

DURATION

7-8 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

830m/830m

DISTANCE

10 km

Today's hike starts in the dark before sunrise. With our headlamps on, we'll walk up deserted paths to Preikestolen, Pulpit Rock. It will take 2.5 hours to reach the iconic outcrop where we will catch the first rays of dawn breaking over Lysefjord. After that, long before the other tourists arrive, you'll be heading back down the same trail. Back at the lodge we have a free afternoon, to relax and choose some optional activities. There is a sandy beach for swimming in the Refsvatn Lake by the lodge, or you can choose to rent kayaks, canoes or SUPs for paddling on the lake. Nearby is Norway's longest zip wire, if you need any additional thrills adding to the week

ACCOMMODATION

Preikestolen Mountain Lodge

MEALS

B,L,D

DURATION

3-4 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

450m/450m

DISTANCE

6 km

Today we can walk straight out of our mountain lodge to walk up Moslifjellet which, at 718m, is just slightly higher than Preikestolen. The top of the mountain is above the treeline so yet again we can enjoy spectacular views, this time across the archipelago and towards Stavanger. We then go back for the drive to 5-6hours drive Rosendal. On the way, we will stop for a break and a scenic picnic lunch. Rosendal has a very picturesque setting on the shores of Hardangerfjord and there will be time to stroll through the small town down to water's edge. We'll have an early dinner at our hotel, as tomorrow we will tackle the holiday's most challenging summit.

ACCOMMODATION

Rosendal Fjordhotell

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

4-5 hours

DURATION

4 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

350m/350m

DISTANCE

6 km

Today we will start very early again to avoid any crowds, and we will eat a packed breakfast during the transfer (1 hr 15 min) at the start of our walk. The beginning of the trail is possibly the most bracing, with a steep start on stone steps and some potentially slippy rocks. However, the path begins to level out for about an hour, after which there is another significant climb on a high trail to a small picturesque mountain lake. Now the views will begin to reward you for the effort, although there is another major steep climb ahead. This hike is the last big effort, and at last, you will get your first view down to the beautiful down Lake Ringedal with the knowledge that the majority of the ascent is now over. A long undulating walk on the moonscape of the rocky plateau brings you eventually to Trolltunga, the most dramatic, iconic rock in Norway and surely the definition of a bucket-list achievement. After enjoying a very long moment to savor our victory, we will begin our 4-6 hours descent, returning the same way. A final transfer brings us to our comfortable hotel in Rosendal, which will be very much appreciated tonight, and it may even be worth braving the prices at the bar to celebrate! It is also possible to remain in Rosendal today and enjoy some excellent sightseeing on foot. The Baroniet Rosendal is a manor house dating back to 1665 which is now a museum. A guided tour will give you a fascinating insight into Norwegian history and the Rosendal gardens built over 300 years, including a Renaissance rose garden. Nearby is an impressive medieval church built in the mid-1200s, the Kvinnherad. There are also plenty of other options to choose from including a full day by ferry on the Hardangerfjord or a tour of the Folgefonna glacier and a visit the new Folgefonna Centre in the National Park.

ACCOMMODATION

Rosendal Fjordhotell

MEALS

B,L,D

TRANSPORTATION

2 hours 30 minutes

DURATION

7-11 hours

ASCENT/DESCENT

400m/400m

DISTANCE

20-21 km

There is a single timed transfer back to Bergen Airport. You could also take the opportunity to book an additional extra night and enjoy the weekend in the beautiful UNESCO world-heritage city of Bergen. There are many options to choose for an independent booking, of which were happy to give you recommendations.

MEALS

B,L,-

TRANSPORTATION

2 hours 30 minutes

What's included in the price

Included

Not included

Reservation

We reserve the right to change prices. The day by day program is indicative and changes may occur. We also refer to our general travel conditions.

Travel insurance

On all our trips, we require you to have full health and accident insurance which will also cover any transport home. Read more about travel insurance.

Equipment list

This list is intended as a guideline, so that we have what we need regardless of the weather we get on the trip. Remember that you can also get used hiking equipment that works perfectly. Get in touch if you have any questions: 004723213080 / adventure@norrona.com TIP : We recommend that you have the most important hiking equipment in your hand luggage, for example hiking boots and gore-tex jacket/trousers.

Obligatory

Clothing

We recommend thin wool.

Fleece or wool. 

Gore-Tex or similar. Must have a decent hood, and hold out wind and rain. Should have space for midlayers underneath. Ventilation under the arms is recommended. 

Gore-Tex or similar. Must hold out wind and rain. Ventilation zippers along the legs is recommended.

For evenings and leasure days.

Footwear
Equipment

Avoid bringing a suitcase, they are more difficult to transport between hotels.

Band-aid, compeed, sportstape, Paracet/Ibux, medicine for soar throat, running nose, irritable stomach, etc, and personal medication. 
We need to know about all medicines you are taking, in case something happens. 

Tooth brush, tooth paste, small towel, ear plugs, wet wipes, biodegradable soap, etc.

You should be able to bring 2-3 litres of water.

Passport, tickets, bank card, proof of vaccination andproof of insurance. Remember to have a copy of important documents on your phone and/or somewhere in your bag. 

Recommended

Clothing

For evenings and leasure days.

Footwear
Equipment

Remember new/extra batteries.

Toilet paper, antibac and waste bags for the paper.

Useful

Equipment

Nuts, chocolate, energy bars, etc.

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