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The Kjeragbolten hike is one of the most spectacular hikes in the world, my personal favorite as well. If you are traveling to Norway and enjoy hiking, put Kjeragbolten at the top of your list!

Happy to strike my favorite Usain bolt pose!

Kjeragbolten is in South-Western Norway, the closest city/airport is Stavanger. Most people stay in Stavanger to do this hike. It is a two-and-a-half-hour drive between Stavanger and the car park. It is a very scenic drive and you do not need to take a ferry on this route. For those without a car, you can take a bus from Stavanger to the start of Kjeragbolten hike (from June 1 to September 27). The entire round trip journey takes 12 hours and ticket prices start at 5000 Rupees

BEST TIME TO DO THE HIKE

The hike should be attempted only during the summer months, between June 1 and September 30. During the winter months the road is closed due to snow and the hike can be dangerous. Snow can cover the roads and the trails through the end of May.

PHYSICAL FITTNESS?

Any person with “reasonable fitness.” It is not a long hike but there are three rather steep, strenuous climbs. No technical climbing skills are necessary, just a sense of adventure. There are chains in the steeper sections to assist hikers. Beware, when it is wet, the climbs and descents can be slippery!

THINGS TO REMEMBER

Good hiking shoes, lots of water, and enough food to fuel you for six to eight hours of hiking. And do not forget your camera!!

This is very important. The weather can change quickly, and this is a hike that you do not want to be attempting in rainy, foggy weather. Please note, weather conditions can vary dramatically between Stavanger and Kjeragbolten. Just because it is raining in Stavanger it doesn’t mean that it will also be raining at Kjerag (or vice versa)
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