Lysefjord, Norway – Live!
Live from Lysefjord in Forsand, Norway. Home of the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) and many spectacular adventures..
Lysefjord is one of the most impressive views being 42 km long with cliffs reaching 1109 meters up along its length and its river depth up to 422 meters. Two primary villages set along the fjord. Forsand, located near the only fjord crossing Lysefjord Bridge, and Lysebotn. In between these two villages are several small settlements that are only accessible via boat. The ferry “Finnøy” crosses the Høgsfjord (Rv13) between Oanes and Lauvvik the whole year. The crossing takes about 8-10 minutes and departure every 30 minutes in each direction.
The two main tourist attractions include Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) which reaches 604 meters and Kjerag mountain with its famous boulder reaches 1109 meters. Because of its impressive straight down cliffs, Lysefjord offers a great place to do base jumping for thrill seekers and is legal in the region.
This camera sits on the west side of the fjord in Forsand and changes its views to various areas around the Forsand village and Lysefjord entrance. Some of the focus points have its name displayed on screen together with local weather information. Camera shows a variety of wide views and closeups of various places throughout Forsand.
The stream is available day and night.
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