Guided hike to Florli 4,444 steps

Stavanger, Norway
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What To Expect

Consider spending a day climbing the world’s longest wooden staircase. With its 4444 steps, Flørli is known to be one of the scariest stairs in the world. The climb is long and strenuous, but provides great lookout points where you can stop to catch your breath while enjoying the vista over the Lysefjord down below. This is a two-part hike that does not take you through the same scenery more than once. The descent follows the hundred-year old marked trail that was once used by the “Rallarer”. Rallarer were often underprivileged men that were employed in the 1800s Norway to help build infrastructure. They are remembered to have carried up to 80 kg loads on their backs, and are the ones that built the stairs along with the Flørli Hydroelectric Power Station at their base. The dam at Ternevatnet, which the return trail passes, also stands as a reminder of their mastery.

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Important info

Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health. Service animals allowed. Specialized infant seats are available. Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries. Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness. Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately. Dress code is for hiking. Refunds will not be issued if tour/activity is missed due to late or non-arrival.

What's included
Hotel pickup and drop-off. Local guide. Professional guide. All taxes, fees and handling charges. Dinner at the end of the hike. Transport by air-conditioned minivan. All activities
What's not included
Bottled water. Lunch during the day is not provided
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Lysefjorden Adventure
Meeting Point

We pick up from all hotels and airbnb in Stavanger.