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Hiking the 4444 Stairs
The 4444 service stairs next to the old water pipes are the main attraction of Flørli. They are the longest wooden stairs in the world and take you right up to the top of the mountain with a fabulous view of the fjord! Read more

Guided History Tours of Flørli
Flørli is a historic site of great regional interest. There are many exciting stories to be told about the power station and the living community that got established here. Tours are organised most weekends and most of the main season. They are in Norwegian. Groups of minimum 15 (or pay 15) can ask for history tours in other languages. Read more

Canoe and Kayak 
Experience the inner Lysefjord up close from the waterline. As you glide down the silent shores, you’ll discover its many idyllic secrets, its wildlife and spectacular bigwalls. For inexperienced users, we suggest rental of a canoe – it has a limited range, but is safer. If one of you has previous experience, you can rent kayaks to discover the fjord. Read more

Trout Fishing and Fjord Fishing
We offer troutfishing in the lakes above Flørli. With little fishing and a good management policy by power company Lyse, trout here are especially fat and red in the meat. In addition, they bite well! The fjord is also rich in fish – we help you haul them in! Read more

Hiking Kjerag, dayhike
In order to hike Kjerag the regular way, from the parking at Øygardstøl: take the morning ferry to Lysebotn, then hitch or take a taxi to the top. Start your 5-hour hike and take the afternoon ferry back. Read more

Hiking Preikestolen, dayhike
With good planning, it is possible to hike Preikestolen on a daytrip from Flørli. Read more

Getting here

Join a guided tour

Click to see guided hikes by Outdoorlife Norway with pickup in Stavanger: Outdoorlife Norway