Pulpit Rock hike with Stavanger
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Let us take you to Stavanger for its picturesque old town with one of the best preserved wooden houses from the 18th century and to its port. The city is one of the gates to Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) hike.
The steep cliff is rising 640 meters above the Lysefjorden offering breathtaking scenery of the fjord and mountains. The hike on the top takes between two and three hours and it's unforgettable experience itself. The Pulpit Rock is one of the must-sees in Norway and you should not miss it!
Tour dates: 3-5 May 2019
Departure cities: Oslo, Drammen, Kongsberg
Duration: 1 day/2 nights (overnight bus rides)
Price: 145 EUR (155 EUR without ESNcard)
- Two overnight bus transportation
- Services from Scanbalt tour manager
- Orientation walk in Stavanger
- Ferry ticket Stavanger - Tau
- Bus Tau - Preikestolen Mountain Lodge
Meals - Feel free to pack it from Oslo, you will have time in Stavanger for shopping.
Guiding to the Pulpit Rock
We meet before midnight on Friday and have an overnight ride to Stavanger. We arrive on Saturday morning and start with breakfast followed by a city walk with the tour manager. Later we board a ferry to Tau where a bus takes us to the Mountain Lodge where the Pulpit Rock hike starts. We have about 6 hours for the entire hike. In the evening, a bus picks us up from the Lodge and take us on an overnight ride back to Oslo, arriving after midnight on Sunday.
The hike is on a nice, moderate trail and the level of difficulty is intermediate.
Non-students pay 25 EUR/per person/per tour extra!