Accommodations around the Lysefjord
An overview of hotel, hostels, cabins and campings close to Pulpit Rock, Kjerag and Flørli
Flørli 4444 can be your base:
If you’d like to hike Pulpit Rock (in Norwegian called Preikestolen) and Kjerag / Kjeragbolten on a daytrip, Flørli can be a good base!
It’s easy: take the early morning ferry from Flørli, then shuttle to the trail head and off you go! Back to Flørli in the afternoon: the same way you came. You get to experience the magnificent Lysefjord from the sea and make it back in time to enjoy dinner in our café!
Here are details about these iconic hikes and how you can plan this: Hiking around the Lysefjord
Official description of the Kjerag hike: https://lysefjorden365.com/kjerag/
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An overview of accommodation near Pulpit Rock:
Stay in Flørli 4444, click here (rooms, holiday homes, camping, rent-a-tent).
In Jørpeland: you can stay at: Verkshotellet (hotel), Preikestolen Basecamp (hotel and glamping), Lilland Hotel, Vaulali Hostel, Marihønehuset (B&B), Preikestolen Camping, Wathne Camping and Hamrane Hyttefelt (cabins).
Official description of the Pulpit Rock hike: https://preikestolen365.com/
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