Stavanger Apartment Hotel As, Lyder Sagens Gate 23

Lyder Sagens Gate 23, Stavanger, 4012, Norway
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Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten on the same day

by imlince

Hello, guys!

I would like to ask you a few questions, and hope that someone answer them here. (It's been pretty hard to get answers about it)

So, I'm thinking to go to Norway just to hike the Kjerag Mountain. But but I don't how long it's gonna take to do that.

I thought to fly to Oslo, take the train to Stavanger in the morning, and then hike go to kjeragbolten or Preikestolen. Or stay in the city, and do that in the next day. Or... Hike to Kjeragbolten on the first day and then hike to preikestolen on the second day. Third day, go back to Oslo and then fly home.

Is it possible to do that? Could I hike both in the same day?
How much is the train to Stavanger, and ferry+bus to Kjerag?

Thank you a lot!
Igor Daniel

Re: Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten on the same day

by daarth

Those two sites are not in Stavanger, but at a fjord, Lysejorden some ways from Stavanger. Why not fly to Stavanger and then take the boat in the fjord where those two sites are. The train ride from Oslo takes a long time as it is far.

Re: Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten on the same day

by daarth

Entere both sites in this page and you will find a lot of info on the hike up to each site. They are on the same fjord but on opposite sides

Re: Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten on the same day

by daarth

Sorry, forgot the link:
http://www.turistforeningen.no/english/

Re: Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten on the same day

by imlince

Thank you!!
SOOO MUCH!

I'm gonna have a look at it!

Re: Preikestolen and Kjeragbolten on the same day

by adema29

In my opinion is not possible to see in the same day Kjerag and Preikestolen.
First of all is the time to climb there. For Kjerag is between 6-8 hrs, for Preikestolen 4-6 hrs.
But to do this you have to drive a lot. They are actually on the opposite sides of Lyssefjorden.
And don’t forget that in Norway is raining. I wouldn’t go to Kjerag (or Preikestolen) in a day like today 
So, take proper clothes, fly to Stavanger for at least two days, rent a car and… you’ll have a good chance to see them both.

I haven’t seen yet Kjerag ( I am working here from 2007) but I have seen Preikestolen. You can see some details about my trips there here: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/bf576/33bf1/4/

If you want more details, ask me ;)

Travel Tips for Stavanger

Cruises in Scandinavia-Queen Victoria

by adema29

I have found very interesting the presence of those huge vessels in the tinny port of Stavanger.
I could feel the emotions of the old Norwegians joining the newcomers with an unstoppable thirst for the new stories and not only:)... Spending the life in the valleys and islands around the Fjord, the arrival of any vessel here in the port, was an inexhaustible source of news, a real "ancient Internet connection" with all the rest of the world.
I could imagine the sailors improving the stories according with the audience expectations and covering in that way their unfulfilled dreams...
Is so much lyrism in those arrivals and walk aways than I couldn't imagine until now. I have seen here Queen Victoria.... Impressive.
And I am still looking for this.
Some general information about it?
*Queen Victoria:
-first voyage 11.12.2007
-Tonnage 90 000 GRT
-Lenght 293.8 m
-Passengers 2014
-Passenger Decks 14

Stavanger cathedral (Domkirken)

by Gard

The cathedral in Stavanger is a nice place to visit. They started building this church back in 1125 if I'm not mistaken and it took quite a while to finish it (and it burned a couple of times). The result is a church in both gothic and roman style and you don't see that very often.

Be ready for a trip around

by adema29

Be sure that you have anything you are expecting to use here.
If not, it will cost you to fill the gap... If you plan to remain in Stavanger for longer time, put in your luggage your hiking shoes.
You can use them here and you will not regret.
Here the weather is changing unexpectedly so be ready for a rain even if the sun is up shining.
If you remain dry you will appreciate more the area? Let's be serious... being in Norway you don't need anything excepting money... a lot of money. You don’t have to bring any camera with you, because I have already made photos to every place here :)) If you don’t prefer Mediterranean Sea and the global warming will still go on, it may be a good idea to have your swimming gear with you.
The temperature of water may reach 20 degrees Celsius if you will be here to catch that day when the summer starts... and ends too. If you have special plans, ask me and I will try to help with an advice... at least.

The Rogaland Arboret

by 78Eva

In Sandnes there is Norway's largets Arboret - a huge area with collections of trees, bushes and flowers, all put together as a very attractive and interesting park with many kilometres of paths to walk along. It's beautiful in all season. I remember going there in December and then, after having inhaled all that healthy cold air smelling of dead leaves, coming home to a nice warm portion of the usual Saturday risgröt!
If you enjoy walks and botanical things, then this is the right place for you!

Jernaldergården (the iron age farm)

by Gard

Jernaldergården (the iron age farm) is worth a visit but it is best to have a guide to talk you through it. This farm was rebuilt in the 70s based on findings that dates back to 300-500 AD. The place is located on Ullandhaug not far out of town.

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