Camping Preikestolen site is located in South West Norway, Southeast of Jorpeland, 4 km away from the start line to the popular attractions of Camping Preikestolen, Norway. In the mainbuilding you will find the reception, a restaurant, a gift shop and an internet cafe and tourist information.
During the peak season, the main building is open from 9:30 h to 22:00 h. these adjusted opening hours outside of peak season. The latest opening hours can be found at the entrance of the main building.
It is not possible to make reservations in advance. The earlier you arrive, the more options you will have in place.
Gate hours are from 7.00 h-22.00 h. Check-out time is 11.00 h.
Camping Preikestolen and Trekking in Norway the pulpit Rock
The pulpit Rock in Norway tower above the fjord below, this precipitous walls rising a whopping 604 meters above the landscape. From under the stone wall looked like a barrier that was placed there by the gods. From the top You can feel like a deity as You gaze at the surrounding scenery, rugged and fertile, and watch the powerful fjord stretching into the distance.
At the top of the rock you might feel a little worried because there is no fence, there is no preventive measure to stop people falling. In many ways this is a good thing as this natural wonders unblemished by fear of litigation issues, instead trusting the people to respect the dangers and stay safe. Even so, those who suffer from fear of heights will probably not venture to the edge and may even be put off by the many maniacs, who willingly dangle myself on the shore to get an awesome new photos to their Facebook profile. Don’t worry too much though, there is not a crash.
Pulpit Rock is located on the territory of Norway Ryfylk, famous for it’s natural beauty and with many places to hike and just enjoy the view.
Adventures like Norway through Ryfylke
The best way to experience the Pulpit rock and the surrounding area is to be truly in touch with the spirit You adventurers, this area is mostly desert and stay at this comfortable hotel will do there is justice for the visit to this natural jewel. Norway love nothing more than getting outdoors, whether it’s gentle hike through the desert or climb rugged peaks, it will not travel to Norway without venturing through Ryfylke.
The Crown of glory of the region is the Pulpit Rock, hike to the top of the pulpit rock only takes about two hours and from most of the reports only quite difficult with many families and young children who completed the climb with ease. The best way to enjoy a day trip will leave in the morning and over lunch before venturing back to the bottom. In the winter it’s dark early enough so that it can hang around until this afternoon is not recommended.
Pulpit Rock climbing is almost the only thing to do in the region; There are plenty of other outdoor activities that can be enjoyed in your stay. If, on top of the pulpit rock, you think of the idea that high is fun, you’re tempted to sit on the Bank and laughing in the face of vertigo? If this is the case you may try abseiling, cliffs and peaks in many areas has provided an opportunity for people who bring their outdoor excitement to the next level.
In addition to the Pulpit Rock jutting views there is another highly visible feature of the landscape that can be enjoyed, that being the fjord. This giant body of water known as the Lysefjord and it really is a grand spectacle; from the top of the pulpit Rock you can really appreciate this giant azure such slow-moving snake path across the landscape. Quiet slow moving nature Fjord means it is a perfect place for canoeing and kayaking. The majority of Canoeing is you can make whatever you want; Challenge yourself to explore as much as possible of the Fjord or just sit back relaxed cruising, enjoying the view.