8 locations and activities you don´t want to miss in Lysefjord, Norway

28 December, 2022

Lysefjord, located in the southwestern region of Norway, is a stunning destination for a yacht cruise. With its deep blue waters and towering cliff walls, the fjord offers a unique and breathtaking experience. If you’re planning a yacht trip in Lysefjorden, here are the top 10 natural locations you won’t want to miss:

  1. Pulpit Rock: Preikestolen, also known as Pulpit Rock, is a massive granite cliff located in the Lysefjorden region of Norway. Standing at a height of over 600 meters (2,000 feet), Preikestolen offers stunning views of the fjord and the surrounding landscape. Visitors can hike to the top of the cliff to take in the breathtaking views, or take a yacht fjord cruise to experience the beauty of the area from the water.
The view over the Pulpit Rock / Preikestolen
Preikestolen towers above the fjord at 600m (2000 feet)

2. Kjeragbolten: Kjeragbolten is a boulder wedged between two cliffs in the Lysefjorden region of Norway. Located at an altitude of over 1,000 meters (3,280 feet), Kjeragbolten offers panoramic views of the fjord and the surrounding landscape. Visitors can hike to the boulder and take in the stunning views, or go rock climbing in the area. The view from our Lysefjord Cruise offers some amazing views from sea level.

Tourist attraction in Stavanger the Kjerag boulder
The Kjerag boulder is a must when visiting Lysefjord

3. Flørli Steps: Flørli Wooeden Stairs, also known as the Flørli Steps, are a series of 4,444 steps located on the north side of the Lysefjorden region of Norway. The steps lead up to a stunning viewpoint overlooking the fjord and the surrounding landscape. Visitors can hike the steps to take in the breathtaking views, or take a yacht cruise to experience the beauty of the area from the water.

View over the Flørli steps
Climb 4444 stairs to the top of the Fjords – a great challenge for anyone feeling in good shape

4. The Bolder: Sky lodges with a stunning view of the Lysefjord. Except from on a yacht, this is one of the best ways to spend the night here.

5. The Lysefjord Bridge: This suspension bridge offers stunning views of the fjord and the surrounding landscape. Cruising under this bridge with our yachts give you a majestic feeling as if entering the port of the fjords.

6. Fantahålå (Vagabond Cave): A historical cave formation where criminals hid from the authorities. We will carefully navigate into this crevice for you to take some stunning photos.

Barolo III in the Vagabond Cave in Lysefjord for Private Cruise
Barolo III in the Vagabond Cave in Lysefjord for Private Cruise

7. Watersports: Enjoy watersports in one of the most stunning locations in Norway. Waterskiing or kayaking is taken to a whole other level with towering cliffs around you.

Waterskiing in Lysefjord, Norway
Waterskiing in Lysefjord, Norway

8. A cruise through the Lysefjord: Of course we couldn´t have a list without including a cruise on one of our yachts. Our cruises take you to some, or all, of the best locations in Lysefjord (and beyond), and give you the ultimate Lysefjord experience. We tailor the cruise for your needs.

Whether you’re interested in exploring the natural beauty of the fjord or getting a taste of Norwegian culture, a yacht cruise in Lysefjorden is an unforgettable experience. So why wait? Start planning your yacht trip in Lysefjorden today and experience the beauty of this stunning region for yourself.

The history of Preikestolen, Norway

The history of Preikestolen, Norway

Preikestolen, also known as Pulpit Rock, is a massive granite cliff located in the Lysefjorden region of Norway. Standing at a height of over 600 meters (2,000 feet), Preikestolen offers stunning views of the fjord and the surrounding landscape. But the history of...

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