Flørli is in our neighborhood, and you can reach it very easily from Sirdal.
Flørli’s main attraction, the stairs, comes from an old power plant from 1918.
They are the longest wooden staircase in the world with 4444 steps.
They climb to an altitude of 750 meters above sea level.
The trip is demanding, about 6 km long.
From the top, however, there is a wonderful view of the Lysefjord fjord and Preikestolen,
which will compensate for all the hardships of hiking.
Returning down the stairs is not recommended, however – it is good to choose
a route through the forest and the remains of the village.
In addition, in the old power station you will also find an exhibition of history and art.
You can also get to Flørli by ferry, which sails twice a day, every day from May 28th to August 23rd.
The car can be transported as well or parked in Forsand / Lauvik or Lysebotn. Check the ferry schedule here.