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A blonde woman seen from behind as she looks at the Lysefjord on a beautiful summer’s day
Two women lying on a cliff looking down at a crowded Pulpit Rock and Lysefjord below.
Colourful timber houses in a village in Lysefjorden with mountains in the background and leisure boats in the quay
Profile of a long-haired woman with sunglasses looking out over Lysefjorden and the surrounding mountains during a hike
Two women looking up at the Pulpit Rock from the fjord and pointing

Lysefjord

The 42-kilometre long Lysefjord in Rogaland county is maybe best known for the dramatic rock formations along the fjord, including the Pulpit Rock and the Kjerag Rock. In addition to the spectacular natural phenomena and fascinating wildlife, there are charming villages along the fjord where you can experience the local culture. The easiest way to get around is via a fjord cruise from Lauvvik. When you when arrive at Lysebotn at the end of the fjord, you can drive up the 27 hairpin bends to Lysevegen.