Cruise Pass

As a Cruise Pass holder you will get discounts up to 40% throughout Norway and an E-Guide Book with map of each port! One Cruise Pass is valid for one adult and one child under 16 years. Cruise Pass is valid throughout Norway and at all member enterprises listed on Cruise Pass Discount. The Cruise Pass  is valid in 2019.    Prices 2019 Adult NOK 300/Euro 32/Usd 36/GBP 28 *Exchange rate as of January 2019 One Cruise Pass is valid for one adult and one child under 16 years of age. VAT & Taxes included.  Extra child NOK 100   No Refund!

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2. Segway Tours Stavanger

Elmoving Segway Norway  is proud to offer you a wonderful tour of Stavanger.    Segway Tours Stavanger offers you the complete experience:    - Our 1,5 hour Segway Tour is the perfect opportunity to check out the latest, cool transportation craze while taking in some signature Stavanger sites  - A great orientation. - Informative historical and current-day information. - Fantastic photo ops. - Personal service from your guide. - An opportunity to ride the coolest machine in the world, and more. - Age limit 10 years, depending on weight/vehicle respond and general traffical skills.   You will find us at Strandkaia 61 (Guide Companiet), please call us for any questions: +47 471 471 11

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Viking Tour

The Vikings have conquered Hollywood and are now returning home to Norway. Join us and meet the Vikings!   The tour start from Strandkaien 61 (right next to the Tourist Information in Stavanger). Please meet 15 minutes before departure.

Beer and Bacalao

What better way to discover Stavanger than to go on local tasting adventure! Join a guided culinary walk to experience the city’s culture and enjoy delicious specialities from the Norwegian cuisine.

A visit to Utstein Monastery

Travel to the only preserved Monastery from the Middle Ages in Norway and discover its fascinating history from the Viking days to modern time.

Kjerag Preseason Hike

About 10,000 years ago, the last ice age ended and massive glaciers scraped their way from the mountain tops down toward sea level. In the process, Norway’s rugged landscapes, most notably its fjords, were formed. At some point, the famous Kjerag boulder was wedged into a mountain crevasse where it has hung ever since. Join an early-morning preseason spring hike to the famous Kjerag boulder, and enjoy the spectacular Lysefjord before the beginning of the high season.  Witness Norway’s bright green -and sometimes snowy- wilderness as it awakens after the long, cold winter. Breathe in the crisp, cool mountain air and experience the silent serenity of hiking in near-solitude. If you dare (and conditions allow), stand atop the Kjerag boulder, which hangs a heart-stopping 984 meters above the fjord. Hike in small groups and enjoy the panoramic views of some of the most dramatic scenery Fjord-Norway has to offer. This time of the year, you should expect the possibility of snow conditions while hiking to Kjerag. As needed, your professional guide will provide you with hiking poles, spikes, and snowshoes.   This is a demanding 5.5-hour, 11 kilometer hike with a total ascent of 800 meters. Snow and ice may be present (hiking poles, spikes and snowshoes will be provided, if necessary).   MORE DIFFICULT – Suitable for adults (16 yrs.+) who are in very good condition, and have previous hiking experience.

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Preikestolen Winter / Spring Hike

Often called the most iconic in Norway. Standing on the 604-meter-high cliff, the panoramic view of the Lysefjord is of the most dramatic scenery Fjord-Norway has to offer. In 2018, approximately 300,000 hikers will hike to this imposing cliff. Outdoorlife Norway invites you to experience a unique Preikestolen hiking adventure!   Early in the year, you can delight in the crisp stillness of Norway’s long, dark winter. You’ll hike in near-solitude while encountering breathtaking views of Preikestolen and the Lysefjord, which are often blanketed in snow and ice. As springtime approaches, bright green foliage starts sprouting up through the snow and the Lysefjord begins its yearly transformation into a green fjord oasis. The busy summer season may be just around the corner, but visitor numbers remain low. Grab the chance to beat the crowds and enjoy Preikestolen and the Lysefjord during the serenity of Norway’s winter and spring.    MODERATE DIFFICULTY Suitable for people of most ages – excluding children younger than 12 yrs. – who are in general good condition, and have previous hiking experience.

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LYSEFJORD SAFARI - Preikestolen view

LYSEFJORD SAFARI - PREIKESTOLEN VIEW The most engaging, but still safe, action-packed experience at sea! Get your energy levels up during an exciting ride on the waves along the stunning West-Coast, enjoying the magic sceneries. The Vikings are known to be real seafarers. They crossed the many seas on raids and missions with their uniquely crafted Viking ships. Their journeys were long and weary, often lasted for several years. On this trip, we rock the accelerator and speed up into one of Norway’s most impressive fjords. The Lysefjord or the «Fjord of the lights» is Stavanger’s pride and charm. Difficulty: Moderate. Soft action adventure Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes When? Every day during the season. Meet up 15 minutes prior to the trip Where? Meet up and end location: Central Port of Stavanger (Vågen) , close to the Fishmarket What's Included? RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) trip with experienced and well trained crew, guiding and safetygear. What To Bring? All gear is included. You can bring a small bag/purse if needed. Camera is recommended! Minimum age: Children younger than 14 only in companion with an adult. Absolute minimum age is 6 years. Languages: English, Norwegian   Description: Get inspired by the beautiful landscapes as you stop to catch your breath and fully take in the scenery. It is here you truly get in touch with the enchanting surroundings and all that is real. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a majestic eagle gliding through the air or a seal, eager to catch some sun along the fjord’s mountain ledges. Your captain takes you as close as can be to the vertical mountain drops to feel, smell and taste the pure water freshness of the Hengjane waterfall, or according to Norse mythology, the «water of wisdom». It is these miraculous drops of spring water your fill your horns with that turn you into a real Viking! This RIB boat experience will most certainly get the adrenaline rushing through your veins! At the peer in Vågen, close to the Fishmarket, you will meet our crew and they will dress you up in comfortable suits and lifejackets for your safety and comfort. After a safety brief, you will enter the boat and find a soft, comfy seat to sit on. We have waterproof bags for your luggage and personal belongings. You can hold your camera ready during the ride. The trips starts slowly along the beautiful harbor of Stavanger and when we pass under the brigde, the RIB will speed up, and we will cruise at 30-35 knots (60 km/h) towards the amazing fjords. You will be able to enjoy the mountains and waterfalls surrounding the Lysefjord from the seaside, and if we are lucky we will get a glimpse of wild animals like seals, porpoises and sea eagles. The highlights of the journey is the narrow gap into the Vagabond Cave and view the Pulpit Rock from sea level. After a breathtaking ride close to the steep, tall rocks, we head back to Stavanger, where our adventure ends in the very centre of Stavanger, where the trip started.

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Lysefjord View

Join us on this up to 4hr guided kayak trip into the wild Lysefjord. We are starting from Forsand, at the beginning of the Lysefjord and will paddle together into the amazing Lysefjord. You will see how the Fjord slowy changes from sandy beaches and flat stonecoast to the impressive steep, high granit walls rising several hundred meters above the sealevel.  

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Preikestolen Winter Spring Cruise & Hike

Join us on an exciting tour that combines Rødne’s 2-hour fjord cruise and Outdoorlife Norway’s Preikestolen Winter/Spring Hike. Cruise through the Lysefjord by catamaran and experience Norway’s ‘Fjord of Lights’ as it begins its yearly transformation into a green oasis. Peer up at Preikestolen, which clings to the mountainside 604 meters overhead. Enjoy a winter/spring hike to the cliffside on trails that have been upgraded by Nepalese Sherpas. Take in the stillness of being one of the few to stand atop Preikestolen during the off-season and enjoy some of the most spectacular views in all of Norway.   MODERATE DIFFICULTY - Suitable for people of most ages – excluding children younger than 8 yrs. – who are in general good condition, and have previous hiking experience.

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Kjerag Summer Hike - Beat the Crowds

Would you like to visit Kjerag during the high-season but want to avoid the crowds? Are you an early bird who enjoys the tranquility of hiking in near-solitude?   About 10,000 years ago, the last ice age ended and massive glaciers scraped their way from the mountain tops down toward sea level. In the process, Norway’s rugged landscapes, most notably its fjords, were formed. At some point, the famous Kjerag boulder was wedged into a mountain crevasse. Ever since, the ‘Majesty of the Lysefjord’ has been suspended a heart-stopping 984 meters over the fjord.   Join Outdoorlife Norway on an early-morning summer hike to the famous Kjerag boulder, and enjoy the spectacular Lysefjord in near-solitude. Hike in small groups on trails that have been upgraded by Nepalese Sherpas, and enjoy the exhilaration of standing atop the boulder before the crowds of tourists arrive. Relax and savor the views while you’re transported by cruise through the Lysefjord.

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Preikestolen hike - off the beaten track

On an annual basis, Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) greets more visitors than any other trekking-destination in Fjord Norway. In 2018, more than 300,000 hikers made their way up to the imposing cliff, which hangs 604 meters over the Lysefjord. From atop nature’s ‘pulpit’, guests enjoy panoramic views of some of the most dramatic scenery Norway has to offer.   Outdoorlife Norway invites you to avoid the crowds by joining our guides on an ‘off the beaten track’ Preikestolen hiking adventure.  Hike in near-solitude through the area’s backcountry while encountering out-of-this-world views of Preikestolen and the Lysefjord – which only few have seen.   After an early-morning pick-up, your adventure will begin with a 40-minute ferry ride across one of Stavanger’s urban fjords. Once ashore, your guide will transport you further to the base of the hiking trail. After a warm cup of coffee and an information and safety briefing, you’ll embark on your hiking adventure to Preikestolen. First, you’ll glide in a canoe across the peaceful Refsvatn Lake, which will take approximately 45-minutes.  Once you have your feet back on dry land, you’ll begin the hiking portion of the tour. During 70% of the hike, you’ll follow a backcountry, unmarked trail that is overgrown and has mostly been forgotten. Other than by Outdoorlife Norway’s guides, the trail is rarely used, and the cairns that lead the way through its dense forests are difficult to locate. Once you hike above the tree-line, the trail ceases to exist all together. The remaining 30% of the hike is therefore comprised of off-trail hiking & scrambling. During this portion of the hike, you’ll experience out-of-this-world and rarely-seen views of Preikestolen and the Lysefjord. Along the way, your guide will find a comfortable spot to take a lunch break.  After lunch and approximately 3,5 hours on foot, you’ll reach a location that offers panoramic views of Preikestolen that the majority of people only get to see in tourist brochures. After a short break to ensure you’re able to capture great photos of the Pulpit Rock, you’ll hike down to Preikestolen and experience standing atop the impressive plateau, which towers 604 meters above sea level. There, you’ll get to view the 1000 meter-high mountain walls surrounding the 42-kilometer-long Lysefjord from a new perspective. After the break, you’ll begin the long descent back to civilization, which will take approximately 2 hours. Your guide will lead you back to your starting point by following the main trail. Along the way, you’ll walk on paths that have were paved, using locally-sourced stones, by Nepalese sherpas. If the members of your group still have energy to burn, your guide may instead navigate along another off-map trail, where you’ll be able to enjoy the remainder of the hike in near-solitude while you take in the beauty of the Norwegian wilderness from ever-changing perspectives. Once back at the trailhead, your guide will transport you back to Stavanger. 

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Preikestolen Sunrise Hike

On an annual basis, Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) welcomes more visitors than any other trekking-destination in Norway. In 2018, more than 300,000 hikers made their way up to the top of the imposing cliff that hangs 604 meters above the Lysefjord. From atop nature’s ‘pulpit’, the panoramic views of the Lysefjord are some of the most dramatic scenery Fjord-Norway has to offer.   Outdoorlife Norway invites you to experience a unique Preikestolen hiking adventure, guaranteed to be crowd-free! While the vast majority of visitors hike to Preikestolen along the main trail during daytime hours, our signature sunrise hike allows guests to experience the beauty of the Lysefjord in near-solitude. Hike to Preikestolen during twilight hours and catch the sun rising over the Lysefjord before the crowds of tourists have even begun to make their way up the trail and then enjoy breakfast / lunch at Preikestolen Mountain Lodge, which is located at the base of the hiking trail.   After a VERY early-morning pick-up (for times, please see ‘Duration & Pick-up Information’ tab, above), your adventure will begin with a 40-minute ferry ride across an urban fjord. With a hot cup of coffee in hand, you’ll have ample time to wake up while viewing Stavanger’s waterfront from the water. Once ashore, your guide will transport you further to the base of the hiking trail. After a short briefing, you’ll embark on your journey to Preikestolen. You’ll begin your outdoor adventure in darkness, hiking with headlamps on trails that have recently been upgraded by Nepalese Sherpas. Hiking in the hushed silence of night is in itself an experience. Though animals are shy around people, it’s a certainty that they’ll be awake and alert, observing you from behind the old trees and scattered boulders that surround the trail. While the wildlife watches, your guide will lead you up through the shifting terrain, which includes bogs, forests, and glacier-scoured mountains.   After approximately 2.5 hours of hiking, you’ll reach the Preikestolen plateau just before sunrise. After finding yourself a comfortable place to relax, you’ll watch as the first beams of sunlight climb over the horizon and illuminate the Lysefjord’s steep mountain walls. While relaxing, you’ll have ample time to take photos and enjoy a warm beverage and snack atop Preikestolen. Long before the first tourist-packed busses arrive from Stavanger, you’ll be on your way back down the trail to conclude your unique hiking adventure with a well-deserved breakfast / lunch at Preikestolen Mountain Lodge.   MODERATE DIFFICULTY – Suitable for people of most ages – excluding children younger than 8 yrs. – who are in general good condition, and have previous hiking experience.

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Flørli 4444 - RIB & hike

Flørli 4444 - Lysefjord Safari + Self guided hike Difficulty: Demanding. The hike is only suitable for people who are in good shape and have hiking experience. The hike is suitable for children above 10 years, if they have good hiking experience. Total distance: Total ascent: 780 metres. Duration: 6 hours When? 10:00 – 16:00 on days according to the booking calender Where? Meet up and end location: Central Port of Stavanger (Vågen) , close to the fishmarket What's Included? RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) trip with experienced and well trained crew, guiding and safetygear. What To Bring? Proper hiking shoes, water, snacks, warm clothes and rainjacket in a small backpack. Cafeteria is open at Flørli. Languages: English, Norwegian Join us on a day-trip to Flørli, which boasts the world’s longest wooden staircase. Travel at high-speed (30 knots-55km/hour) on a ridged inflatable boat (RIB) from the quay in Stavanger, through the Lysefjord, and on to the former power plant village of Flørli. Take the long climb up 4,444 steps to the top of the mountainside and take in the spectacular fjord views. Flørli, which has been inhabited on and off since at least the seventeenth century, is beautifully located amidst 1000-meter-high mountains along the southern shore of the Lysefjord.  In 1916, construction began on a hydro-electric power plant, which, from 1918 until 1950, supplied electricity to the city of Stavanger. At its peak (1917), 142 people were employed at the plant; quite an impressive number considering that only 13 permanent residences were ever built near the site. This is a demanding 2.5-hour, ~3.2 km (round-trip) climb/hike with a total ascent of just over 750 meters.

Flørli Stairway Day Hike & Lysefjord

Join Outdoorlife Norway on a day-trip to Flørli, which boasts the world’s longest wooden staircase. Cruise through the Lysefjord and view Preikestolen from sea-level. Take the long climb up 4,444 steps to the top of the mountainside, enjoy the fjord views and visit the former power plant village of Flørli. Your day will begin when our guide meets you in Stavanger. After being transported to the shores of the Høgsfjord, you’ll board a passenger ferry that will cruise into the Lysefjord, where steep mountain walls towering hundreds of meters above the fjord emerge. During the cruise, you’ll pass waterfalls, abandoned farms, and the famous Preikestolen cliff before arriving at Flørli. Once at Flørli, your guide will lead you up the 4,444 wooden steps that parallel old water pipes which, at first glance, seem to be precariously clinging to the mountainside. This is a demanding 4-hour, ~6 km (round-trip) hike with a total ascent of just over 750 meters.

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Guided kayak tour Jørpeland,daily

3 hour daily guided kayak tour around the amazing Jørpeland Islands. No kayak experience needed! We will stop at the Norwegian Stonhenge at one of the Islands. LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY Suitable for people of most ages – excluding children younger than 10 yrs . No prior kayaking experience is necessary. Safety information and basic kayak technique will be given to you by our guides. Normally we paddle in double kayaks but if you are an experienced paddler a single is also possible. DURATION Total: 3 hours 2,5 hours on water. Total tour distance: 3-10 kilometers, depending on speed of the group. WHEN? Main season (1.may - 15.September) : daily at 11.00am WHERE? Pick-up Location: Jørpeland harbour/pier (Jørpelandsvågen) Drop-off Location: Jørpeland harbour/pier (Jørpelandsvågen) WHAT'S INCLUDED? Double-/Singel kayaks and all necessary equipment like spray-skirt,lifejacket, or wetsuit by cold weather. Our professional kayak and nature guides will provide as well navigation/safety/first-aid equipment. WHAT TO BRING? Normal outdoor boots/shoes (no flip flops or sandals, please) Outdoor clothing by wind and bad weather: water-resistant pants rain-proof jacket  woolen sweater/thermo sweater Bottled water We highly reccomend sun screen by good, sunny weather!   LANGUAGES usually English, Norwegian.   German in this years main summer season.  

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Kayak rental Jørpeland(beginner skills)

The area of Jørpeland is good if you are a beginner or intermediate paddler.  We highly recommend to start from here in this case. It's a calmer sea than the Lysefjord, but you will find beaches, islands and places to go fishing too! In your rental is included: Kayak, safety equipment, waterproof map, life jacket, paddle

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Kayak rental Lysefjord (advanced skills)

In Forsand, thedirect acess to the famous Lysefjord, we rent single- and double sea kayaks from Boreal design for more experienced paddlers. From 1 day up to 7 days.(or longer an request) In your rental is included: Kayak, safety equipment, waterproof map, life jacket, paddle  

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Preikestolen Autumn Hike

On an annual basis, Preikestolen welcomes more visitors than any other trekking-destination in Norway. In 2016, approximately 285,000 hikers made their way up to the top of the imposing cliff that hangs 604 meters above the Lysefjord.   Join Outdoorlife Norway on an autumn hike to Preikestolen, and witness the magic of the season’s shifting colors and post-equinox daylight. Experience Norway’s crisp and cool mountain air while hiking on trails that were recently upgraded by Nepalese Sherpas, who ‘paved’ the way using local stones. Conclude your adventure with a visit to the ‘Swords in Rock’ viking monument.   By October, visitor numbers have become dramatically lower than they are during the summer.  The area’s flora and fauna prepare for the long, dark winter, and stillness has set in across Norway’s vast wilderness. Autumn is the perfect time of year to experience the Lysefjord and Preikestolen from a unique perspective. The shadows become longer with every day that passes, and the ambient light seems to dance across the fjord’s mountainsides. Snow, when present, offers a splendid contrast to the flame-colored foliage.   MODERATE DIFFICULTY - Suitable for people of most ages – excluding children younger than 8 yrs. – who are in general good condition, and have previous hiking experience.

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Kjerag Autumn Hike

Fjord cruise included!* Join Outdoorlife Norway on an autumn hike to Kjerag, and witness the magic of the season’s shifting colors and Norway’s crisp and cool mountain air. Hike on trails that have recently been upgraded by Nepalese Sherpas, who used local stones and made overcoming the final (and steepest) slope a little easier. Though the hike to Kjerag is filled with breath-taking views of the Lysefjord, the trip’s highlight for many is standing atop Kjerag’s famous boulder. Your journey begins when your professional guide picks you up in Stavanger city-center (see above for specific pick-up times and locations). While being transported to the hiking trail, which takes about 2.5 hours, you’ll pass through a variety of dramatic landscapes including mountains, fjords, and bright green valleys. The guide will navigate over a mountain pass through the municipality of Sirdal. You’ll pass through a barren, glacier scoured landscape that many experience as being moon-like. You’ll begin your hike at a trail-head that’s known as the Eagle’s Nest – which one can speculate got its name because it sits a lofty 640 meters above sea level. During Autumn, weather conditions can be unstable. As needed, the guide will adjust your equipment (ice spikes, etc.) to match the weather conditions. The hike to Kjerag is relatively demanding: you’ll trek 11 kilometers (round-trip) with an ascent of 800 meters in 5.5 kilometer. During the 2.5-hour hike to the boulder, you’ll encounter 3 periods of steep climbing interspersed with 2 shallow valleys. Along the way, you’ll enjoy views of the village of Lysebotn, which is situated at the head of the Lysefjord. The final 2 kilometers leading up to the Kjerag boulder are relatively flat and will allow you to focus more on Norway’s beautiful wilderness. Once you reach the edge of the mountain’s plateau, while standing on a 1000-meter-high cliff, you will be rewarded with panoramic views of the 42-kilometer-long Lysefjord. Cliff-side, you’ll have plenty of time to rest and enjoy your packed lunch. If you’re among the brave, you’ll have the opportunity to stand atop the Kjerag boulder. After the lunch break, your guide will lead you back down to the Eagle’s Nest, which takes about 2 hours. After the hike, you’ll be driven through 26 hairpin turns along the (one and only!) road to the village of Lysebotn at the head of the Lysefjord. Here, you’ll board a speed-ferry.* The ferry will set-off navigating under steep mountain walls towering hundreds of meters above the fjord. The cruise will transport you further out the Lysefjord where you will pass waterfalls, abandoned farms, and the famous Preikestolen cliff, which towers 604 meters above sea-level. *On Saturdays, and between Oct 15 – 19, the speed ferry does not run and we will drive around the mountains.

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Preikestolen Autumn Cruise & Hike

Join us on a unique combination of Rødne’s 2-hour fjord cruise and Outdoorlife Norway’s Preikestolen Autumn Hike. Cruise through the Lysefjord, experience Norway’s crisp, cool mountain air, and feast your eyes on the imposing cliff, which hangs 604 meters above the Lysefjord, from below. Then enjoy an autumn hike on trails that were recently upgraded by Nepalese Sherpas. While standing atop Preikestolen, witness the magic of the season’s shifting colors and some of the most spectacular views Norway has to offer.     MODERATE DIFFICULTY - Suitable for people of most ages – excluding children younger than 8 yrs. – who are in general good condition, and have previous hiking experience.

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