Herbstwanderung nach Kjerag
Nehmen Sie an einer herbstlichen Wanderung zum Kjerag Boulder teil, und erleben Sie den Zauber der wechselnden Farben der Saison und der frischen und kühlen Gebirgsluft in Norwegen. Während der Wanderung erleben Sie einen atemberaubenden Blick auf den spektakulären Lysefjord!
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Your journey begins when your professional guide picks you up in Stavanger city-center. 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. 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. 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. You 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.
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!
A local nature guide with first-hand knowledge about the Ryfylke region will be with you, and the guides will share stories about the regions natural and cultural history. You will also be guided to the best viewpoints, and shown how to capture memorable photos.
After the lunch break, your guide will lead you back down to the Eagle’s Nest, which takes about 2 hours. On the drive back to Stavanger, 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.
Good to know
- Meeting place: Stavanger Tourist Information, see map here. Please be there 10 minutes before your booked time
- Duration: 11 - 12 hours, depending on time of year and weather
- Transportation: Approx. 2,5 hour each way
- Hiking: Approx. 6 hours (including breaks)
- Minimum age is 16 years
- The price includes: Transportation, a professional guide, use of hiking poles and equipment, hot beverages & snack
- Please bring/wear:
- Proper hiking boots and warm, thick socks x 2
- Water-resistant pants and a rain-proof jacket
- Fleece or woolen sweater, warm hat and gloves
- Water / extra snacks or food
- A small backpack for the items mentioned above
The distance of this tour is 11 kilometers with an ascent of 800 meters and this hiking trip is suitable for adults who are in very good condition, and also have previous hiking experience. Please do not book this tour if it exceeds your skill-level or physical abilities.
Due to the possibility of rapidly-changing weather conditions, it may be necessary to make changes to scheduled trips. In the event that your trip needs to be rescheduled for another day or cancelled on short notice, you may choose between joining the rescheduled trip or getting a refund. In the event that weather conditions deteriorate during your trip, it may be necessary to turn around on the trail or head back earlier than planned. If this happens, no refunds will be given.
Have a nice Autumn hike to Kjerag!