Your guide will meet you at Outdoorlife Norway’s Office (10-15-minute walk from the city center – see map)
Address: Outdoorlife Norway – Ryfylkegata 13, 4014 Stavanger
The tour ends at Outdoorlife Norway’s office at approximately 18:15 (6:15pm)
Ryfylke, a large coastal region to the north-east of Stavanger, covers an area of 4,500 square-kilometers. The region is geographically diverse, boasting an archipelago of islands, deep fjords, low-lying valleys, and steep mountainsides. Ryfylke’s islands, which vary substantially size, are characterized by small farms, pastoral valleys, and rugged coastlines.
Do you enjoy bicycling and would like to spend some time by the sea? Join Outdoorlife Norway on a 9-hour cycling adventure across two of Ryfylke’s most beautiful islands, interspersed with relaxing ferry rides through the region’s archipelago.
Your guide will meet you at Outdoorlife Norway’s office in Stavanger (see above for address) where you’ll be allocated a suitable bicycle and helmet. After a quick briefing, you’ll board a ferry that will transport you to the first destination of the day. Onboard, you’ll be able to view Stavanger from a different perspective and get an overview of the rich and complex Ryfylke region.
Once ashore, you’ll enjoy idyllic sights and stunning vistas while cycling across the island. Small villages, green pastures, and old farmhouses spot Ryfylke’s islands, and rocky coastlines give way to the mighty North Sea. After 20-25 kilometers of cycling, you’ll stop and break for lunch. There, you’ll be able to get an idea of the locals’ serene coastal lifestyle while enjoying the wondrous scenery around you.
After the break, you’ll board another ferry, which will transport you to the second island of the day. There, you’ll again explore your surroundings while cycling 20-25 kilometers. From this island, you’ll get a different perspective of the region’s coastal landscape. Once you’ve cycled around the island, you’ll board a ferry back to Stavanger, where your trip will come to an end.
- Island locations vary from day to day, depending on weather and other conditions. Your guide will choose locations to ensure that you have the best possible experience.
- Island cycling routes are on shared-use paved roads (cars/tractors). While island traffic is generally sparse, it is important the you act in accordance with the traffic around you.
The tour ends at Outdoorlife Norway’s office at approximately 18:15 (6:15pm).
Included in this tour:
- Guide with navigation, safety and emergency equipment
- Bike rental, including helmet
- Three ferry rides
- Snack and a drink
2017 Season: April 4 – September 30
Please read the “Additional information” and “General conditions of contract” before booking.