The hike to one of Norway's best-known vantage points begins with a gravel road that takes you up the first few meters uphill. So many hikers will probably have to take a deep breath here. But now the path is really interesting. From the first platform, the hiking trail winds over the top of the river, and occasionally over small wooden bridges. The wooden bridges allow you to cross marshy areas of dry feet. Soon you will reach a large staircase built of stone and the most difficult part of the hike. The beautiful view invites you to rest. With new energy, we will continue uphill. After the stairs it is mainly on less steep paths. Signposts show you the way to the Predigtstuhl. In the main season, however, it is sufficient to follow the tourist streams as the sermon chair is extremely popular and popular. On the last few meters to your destination, you can already see the gigantic, deep blue Lysefjord, which is to your left in its full splendor. It is worth taking photos right away. After the last few meters, you will finally reach the huge rocky promontory, which rises above 600 meters from the Lysefjord. We recommend you to watch the spectacle from a distance in order to enjoy the impressions in peace. You have the possibility to climb a little bit uphill, from there you can look at the genze in the bird's perspective. No matter what angle, the Preikestolen is an absolute must for Norway lovers.