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How to get to the Kjerag


Taxi and bus - on the way for you! ​ We have mainly based our business on taxi operation, but in recent years we have expanded our business with large buses, where we run scheduled transport, day trips, long trips at home and abroad, and in addition we have been lucky and have been involved in many buses for train transport. We are a solid group that thrives in teams where everyone contributes and pulls the load together. We undertake most transport both in Sirdal and nearby areas. We have an agreement with patient travel on patient transport, and through Vest-Agder county council we run TT transport, school routes, scheduled transport, booked routes for trains, etc. We carry out route transport from Tonstad to Egersund as a sub-transporter for Nettbuss on behalf of Kolumbus. We also carry out a number of tour assignments, both long-distance trips at home and abroad, day trips, shuttle buses, etc. ​

Gunvor Navrestad +47 48187898

Kim Helge Tjomlid +47 90698490


During summer, you can get to Kjerag by taking the tourist car ferry (The Fjords) to Lysebotn and then go by car or taxi further up to Øygardstøl, the starting point of the trip. In high season, you can also go by bus from Stavanger to Øygardstøl (Go Fjords). If you have your own car, you can either take the ferry or drive through Sirdal to Lysebotn (closed road during winter from around October to May/June, contact Statens vegvesen, phone 175). Parking: There is parking with a fee at Øygardstøl. If you are travelling without a car, there are several options for car rentals in the region. It is possible to pick up your rental car at the Stavanger International Airport, Sola.

The trail to Kjerag is now certified as Norwegian Scenic Hikes.

Season: June - September.
Time: 5 - 6 hours round trip, 9,8 km long

Click here to book trip

Source: Visit Norway

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