I'm planing to travel to the Lysefjord region in late September this year, and would like to visit the main two attractions (as I understand) of the region - Kjerag and Preikestolen. I hike a lot and like just to camp outside.
Unfortunately I can not find enough information on line about the area for a "less civilized" tourism :)
The questions that concern me most are:
1. Is it allowed to camp in a non camping designated area in Norway? If so, are there recommended sites for camping? (preferably natural sites)
2. Considering that I can not cover the distance between Preikestolen and Kjerag in three days by foot. What is the best way to get from one site to another?
3. How cold and how wet is the weather in the area in the last week of September? (for spending two nights outdoors)
Thanks in advance for the answers!
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