Take the trip to the precipitous Trolltunga, one of the best known views in the world.
From great hiking trails, enjoy supreme views over the fjords of southern Norway.
Marvel at glaciers, fjords, towering cliffs and waterfalls.
There can be few regions in the world with a landscape as strikingly beautiful as South Norway. It is a wonderland of glaciers, fjords, vertical rock walls and waterfalls. Arctic flowers shelter between the rocks and elk can be spotted roaming through the forests.
On this tour you will visit the most iconic natural landmarks of South Norway including the Priest’s Pulpit, Troll’s Tongue and Kjerag Boulder. Stay in mountain refuges in stunning locations, gaze across the expanse of Hardanger Fjord, visit the Folgefonna Glacier and explore the vibrant city of Bergen.
Over the course of this short break you'll complete three classic walks of the region including Preikestolen, Trolltunga and Kjeragbolten.
Enjoy continuously stunning scenery throughout the trip and gaze out across vast landscapes from the comfort of your mountain refuge each day.
Experience the vibrant city of Bergen, surrounded by fjords and mountains, and the picture-box coastal town of Stavanger.
Fly to Bergen. Take a transfer to the accommodation to meet with guides and the group.
Full day to explore the city of Bergen. Visit the fish market and try the regional delicacy shrimp sandwich.
Take the road towards Eidfjord to take the "Panorama of Her Majesty the Queen Sonja Path" Climb to an altitude of 1100m, to uncover fantastic views of the Hardanger fjord.
Leaving the Trolltunga guesthouse, a long day of hiking, with 900m ascent to reach the dramatic viewpoint at Trolltunga. Incredible views over Lake Ringedalsvatnet. Return to Trolltunga guesthouse to overnight.
Taking the Ryfylke road north to the Folgefonna National Park. Hike from the village of Bondhus into the glacial landscapes. Spectacular waterfalls and icefalls populate the route. Overnight in a mountain refuge on the edge of Lysefjord.
Hike into the Kjerag massif, in search of the famed hanging rock Kjeragbolten. More technical ascent, utilising chains to scale a series of large granite slabs. Afternoon return to mountain refuge in Lysbotn.
Take a morning ferry to the start point of the Pulpit Rock hike. Follow well maintained paths, ascending to the iconic viewpoint, looking out over Lysefjord. Plenty of time to enjoy the sublime views before descending to take a transfer to Stavanger.
After breakfast, take a transfer to the airport to continue the journey home.
This trip takes responsibility seriously and ‘goes the extra mile’ to ensure that your presence in this country is entirely positive.
All guides and partners are hand picked to ensure that every aspect of your trip operates to the highest standard and reflect the strong values, ethics and joy of travel.
This commitment to Responsible Travel is mutually beneficial without compromising the countries and communities touched or the depth and uniqueness of your adventure.
Let’s help keep these wonderful places precious.
All crew are paid proper wages and are treated with respect and dignity. This trip with IMEC, IPPG and KPAP, all not-for-profit organisations that focus on improving the working conditions of porters.
Travellers are given the opportunity to mitigate some of the environmental impacts of flying by supporting community and conservation initiatives.
This trip is a proud supporter of the Leave No Trace and Travellers Against Plastic campaigns, which help educate travellers on the impact of travel and provide practical guidance for enjoying the outdoors responsibly.
Price per person (inc deposit)