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Oslo to Pulpit Rock - Mission Impossible 6 Location Trip

1-3 PAX 1930 $
4-6 PAX 2400 $
(MAX 6 PAX)

- 15 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Offered in: English

Service Overview 

Tom Cruise and his crew selected the spectacular Pulpit Rock for the final Mission Impossible 6 scenes. The dramatic opening (see the trailer) could only be done at dramatic Pulpit Rock. It is a spectacular hike that everyone can do. And your guide will bring you there directly from Oslo and to the great fjords of the south-west.


Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions

  • Professional photographer guide

  • Hotel/port pickup and drop-off

  • One-way private transfer

  • All road toll (mandatory in Norway)

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Special Notice: Due to Norwegian legislation, this tour includes payment for a overnight stay in a tent at our remote island in the Osterfjord. Notice that you dont need to utilize this, as this is solely to comply with the outdated Norwegian transportation law. In case you DO want to utilize this part of the tour, please notify the local supplier at the time of booking and a tent will be provided for your use. A 1500 USD security deposit must be paid for the tent. You will have to put up the tent yourself and make your way to the island on your own!

Exclusions​​

  • Food and drinks 

  • Gratuities

 

Departure & Return

  • Departure Point: Oslo City central hotel or Gardermoen Airport arrival area

  • Departure Time: 6 pm from Oslo

  • Return Details: Stavanger City - hotel of your own choice.

 

What To Expect

Your Norwegian guide will pick you and your group up at your hotel reception at 0600 in the morning. Bright and early - but you will understand that this journey needs a early start to justify the great scenarios you are traveling through. Should you need it, the van has comfortable seating, and some choose to sleep for a few hours while the guide gets you out of the Oslo "concrete jungle". You are heading from the flatlands in the east, out on the scenic drive over the mountains to the beautiful fjords of the west coast.

The road itself is as beautiful as the classic train ride many writes about and even better as you can make stops upon request along the way. Don't miss out on those great opportunities for that magic shot when you finally came such a long way. You head out on the E-134 from the east and make your way via the beautiful Seljord area where you pass villages like Flatland, Rauland and Haukeligrend. As you arrive in the pittoresque small mountain village of Haukeligrend, it is time to get ready for the mountain crossing and check that your cameras are ready for the spectacular scenery.

Reaching Røldal outside Haugesund you will have a brief coffee-break allowing you to visit toilet or have a snack. As we leave Røldal you will see a dramatic change in the landscape, and this leads to the wonderful Flesefossen Waterfall where you of course are able to enjoy a stop and some nice shots for your Instagram friends. Narrow roads winding trough rough nature reminds many of how the "mother road" was built in the US.  Next, you head out from the deepest end of the Boknafjord and with direction for Stavanger and the ferry ride, and you arrive at the hike trail at roughly 1700 hours. You will hike up the trail from the parking by yourselves in a well marked trail / path and be at Pulpit Rock at about 1900 hrs. At approx 2030 we depart to Stavanger and your hotel of choice (own expense).

Hotel Pickup

Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.

 

Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking

  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers

  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

  • Not wheelchair accessible

  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems

  • Children must be accompanied by an adult

  • Minimum age is 14 years

  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate