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A natural wonder of Norway

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Flørli 365

A natural wonder of Norway

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world’s longest wooden staircase


Flørli is a former Power Plant village in Lysefjorden where you will find the worlds longest wooden staircase, 4444 steps, which you can climb to the top of the mountain. Spectacular views along the hike and at the top.
Challenge yourself and hike the world’s longest wooden staircase, reaching an elevation of 750 meters above sea-level. On the way up, you’ll enjoy jaw-dropping views of the Lysefjord and surrounding mountains.

Plan your trip
to Flørli

Follow the link under to get info about planning a trip to Flørli

In the

Use our map to find activities, accomodation, attractions in the area


Visiting Flørlig –
a sustainable location

13 – 15 SEPTEMBER 2019

Hiking ­Festival

Lysefjorden Hiking Festival is happening for it’s third consecutive year, full of exciting new hikes, activities and other fun events! The chance to explore blissful scenery, hike new trails and meet new people is one you don’t want to miss. You’ll get to tailor your own adventure by choosing the hikes and activities you find most thrilling from a number of options from the link below.


When to go

Traditionally, June, July and August are the peak-season months, and guests from all over the world travel to our region. These months, days are very long, and the weather is often nice.


Based on our experience, we would like to share some recommendations with you


Information tools to plan for a safe and enjoyable hike to Preikestolen, whatever season.


The Lysefjord – a unique hiking destination!

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