Cruise the Lysefjord and hike the world's longest wooden stairs.

Make a tourist ferry cruise through the Lysefjord (1h 45m), see Preikestolen from below, and visit abandoned Flørli: a former power plant village, beautifully located along the southern shore amidst 1000 meter high mountains.

Hike the 4,444 wooden steps that make up the longest wooden staircase in the world, reaching 750 meters above sea level. The famous Flørli stairway follows the former water pipes and is seemingly clinging to the mighty mountain walls, providing visitors with jaw-dropping views.

After a demanding 4 hour hike, we visit the Flørli 4.444 Power Café, located in the historic hydropower hall from 1916. Visit the control room and historic exhibition to learn more about the special history of Flørli.

We leave Flørli and the Lysefjord by fastferry and arrive back in Stavanger at 5.30 in the afternoon.

Together with your guide, hike the 4,444 wooden steps that make up the longest wooden staircase in the world, reaching 750 meters above sea level. The famous stairway follows the former water pipes and is seemingly clinging to the mighty mountain walls, providing visitors with jaw-dropping views. Having reached the top, your guide will take you on a hiking trail leading you through the forested mountainside and along the residences of Flørli.

This is a demanding 4 hour hike. If you do not want to hike the stairs, it is possible to stay in Flørli and engage in other activities like fjord fishing, fjord rowing and snorkling, exploring the settlement or spend more time at the museum.

After the hike, we pay a visit to Flørli 4.444 Power Café, located in the historic hydropower hall from 1916. Depending on the time we have left, you can visit the control room and historic exhibition to learn more about the special history of Flørli.

We leave Flørli and the Lysefjord by fastferry and arrive back in Stavanger at 17.30 in the afternoon.

Kilde: outdoorlifenorway.com