In the roadless village of Flørli, halfway in Lysefjorden, you can, among other things, hike the world's longest wooden staircase with 4,444 steps.
Flørli. During the last 100 years Flørli has been transformed from a combined rural and industrial area to a cultural area. You should disembark in this newborn cultural place and see the dramatic transformations the area has experienced.
You will get to know the story behind the hydroelectric power station, the water pipes feeding the station and the 4444 steps built along the water pipes, supposedly the longest wooden stairs in the world. You can also use Flørli as the starting point for an overnight trip into the mountains. Included in the trip is the overnight stop and a meal recreating the taste as well as the presence of history.
ONE WAY TRIP!
We strongly advise that you only climb up the stairs, and descend by one of the round trips. Going down is potentially hazardous, and may cause difficulties for other hikers coming up.
The last resident of Flørli left in 1999, but lately people have been moving back and are creating an area of cultural activities. Bed and breakfast accommodation or cabins is available as well as guided tours.
A new boat harbour is taken in use.