cliff Pulpit – the most “unwound” Landmark Norway

cliff Pulpit - самая "раскрученная" Landmark NorwayPreikestolen or "Pulpit" – this, perhaps, most unwound and the famous natural attraction in Norway, who dreams of millions of tourists to visit for, to make a fantastically beautiful photos and see for yourself the most beautiful rock in the world.

This place has become more and more popular and desirable, after the release of the movie "Mission Impossible" with Tom Cruise, which premiered in August 2018 of the year, since many of the scenes for the movie was filmed on the cliff.

Getting there?

  1. The starting point of the route on the rock – Stavanger city. So the most important thing – to get into the city. From Oslo to Stavanger, you can get there by plane, fly 50 minutes or by train Oslo-Stavanger, 8 hours on the road. You can save time and get to the Stavanger night train, sleep in a comfortable compartment. I advise you to plan at least one day, to see himself Stavanger. it – very interesting, a beautiful and rich city. No wonder Stavanger called oil capital of Norway. Visit to the oil museum, Walk along the promenade, opportunity to see oil rigs, the study of the old town – this is just a little out of order, thing to do in Stavanger.
  2. Directly from the terminal Fiskepir (Fiskepirterminalen) almost every hour ferry departs to the city of Tau (Your). trip duration 40 minutes, wonderful views outside the window: North Sea all its glory. Try to start your journey as soon as possible!
  3. Upon arrival to the city of Tau you will have to wait for the bus (the bus has a large sticker with a photo of the cliff), who for 30 minutes take you to the beginning of the trail. Important! Who first went to the bus, the first and left. When all the seats are occupied, the bus leaves, and the, who do not have enough space, We need to wait for the next!
  4. Cheaper and more convenient to buy a combo ticket ferry + bus via the Internet. Cost of the ticket there and back all 350 KRONE. The ferry and bus service runs from April to October.

My advice:

  1. Reserve a few days for this journey, to "catch" the weather. Climbing in bad weather is very dangerous, unpleasantly, and the species will not be any, and the whole trip will go down the drain.

What to take with you on the ascent?

  1. Food. It should not take a lot of space, do not deteriorate and well saturate. I took with me nuts, bread with chicken pate, blueberries, Snickers chocolate types.
  2. water. Take a small bottle with water, which can be filled in mountain streams.
  3. clothing. Well-designed clothes. Weather in the mountains can change several times a day. In June, more snow in some parts of the path. Clothing should be very comfortable, but functional (eg, windproof and waterproof jacket, woolly, spare socks, hat, gloves).
  4. Mini kit (patch, paracetamol, lineks).
  5. Toilet paper, napkins, wet wipes

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