Do you have plans for your holyday? If not, look here! Hamrane Cabinarea is located with a lot of attractions and activities nearby. Hike the famous Preikestolen or the amazing Kjeragbolten, walk up the world's longest wooden steps in Flørli, kayak in the Fjords, do a scenic ferry ride or simply relax in one of the recreational areas nearby.
This dramatic cliff, which rises a sheer 600 metres above the Lysefjord, is one of Norway’s largest tourist attractions. It is situated not far from Hamrane Hyttefelt. Around the Preikestolen you will find other easier hikes or even a ZIP line.
At 1084 metres, Kjerag towers above the other peaks along the Lysefjord. Kjerag has also become a popular attraction for mountain climbers and base jumpers.
Flørli (worlds longest wooden stairscase)
4444 wooden steps rise from the Lysefjord up the mountain. Flørli is an historic rich and interesting place. You can reach the startpoint with a ferry, in the scenic Lysefjord.
There are other,less touristic hikes to the mountains and forests nearby. We will show you a map and can help you to find the right spot for you.
In the village Jørpeland and as well in Forsand, the entrance of the Lysefjord you can join guided fjord kayak tours or rent a kayak on your own. For more information visit Fjordexpedition.com
An area magnificent and unique. In addition to walks to the top of Pulpit Rock, we also recommend sightseeing tours by boat on the Lysefjord. There are a number of companies offering these. The mountains surrounding the fjord are also renowned as one of the world’s premier base-jumping spots – and at Kjerag you may well witness someone throwing themselves into the abyss. We will give you further information about scenic ferry rides into the Lysefjord. You can also already check here.
The city of Stavanger is worth a visit itself and easy to reach with the ferry from Tau. But you should visit Old Stavanger, an area in Stavanger near the harbour and Touristinformation which are 173 wooden buildings from the turn of the 18th century. Most of them are small, white cottages. Stavanger has received several awards for its efforts to preserve Old Stavanger.
WHAT ELSE TO DO?
We have is also a farm museum, a shared barbecue area, a playground, and a beach volleyball court at Hamrane.
There is also a public beach just 2-3 km away, with a nice spot to swim.
For a more urban alternative, Jørpeland, the key village of Ryfylke, is 20 km away, where you will find some litte shops and restaurants.
The nearest grocery store is at Tau (8 km), where you will also find restaurants, fast food kiosk, a petrol station, bank, and postal services (in Coop Prix supermarket).