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  • Joey Rodgers

    On The Edge, Pulpit Rock, Norway. One of my favorite places in the world.

  • Valentina Malko

    On The Edge, Pulpit Rock, Norway| Travel Mania

  • Tracey Salazar

    This place is real. It's in Norway. I really need to go there. #Norway #Preikestolen #PulpitRock

  • Taylor O'Dell

    On The Edge, Pulpit Rock, Norway Want to go one day

  • Valerie Spence

    BUCKET LIST! Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), above Lysefjorden, Norway. OMG *toes tingling*

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This beautiful luxurious high peak is a sight that calms your mind and relaxes you. As you stare off into the vast greenland, you will have total control over your body and your life.

why the dogs? what if one wants to look over? please don't run to the edge, sweet puppy. OMG. death by vertigo. but look at that view.

Pulpit Rock, Norway. I want to do this before I die

Norway... My dearest cousin Nathan was just called to serve his mission for the Lord in this beautiful country. I love you, Nate the Great, good luck on your adventure :)

Norway's Fjords. Western Norway’s fjords are among the longest, deepest, narrowest and most dramatic in the world — their importance was recognized when two, Geirangerfjord and Næøyfjord, were added in 2005 to the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are various ways to approach the fjords. You also can climb to Pulpit Rock, which overlooks the Lysefjord near Stavanger; you’ll gain 2,000 feet.

Natural High - Preikestolen/Pulpit Rock - Norway. Photo: Jim Boud

Preikestolen or Prekestolen, also known by the English translations of Preacher’s Pulpit or Pulpit Rock, and by the old local name Hyvlatonnå (“the carpenter-plane’s blade”), is a massive cliff 604 metres (1982 feet) above Lysefjorden, opposite the Kjerag plateau, in Forsand, Ryfylke, Norway.