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  • Karen Luebke

    For my Anti Bucket List- I will never stand on a rock that is wedged in place a bazillion feet over water.

  • Su Cosabb

    kjeragbolten is a 5 m³ boulder wedged in a mountain crevasse by the edge of the kjerag mountain (59°2′0.83″N 6°35′32.79″E) in norway. it is possible to walk onto the rock without any equipment, but there is a direct 241 m drop below and then another 735m gradient down to lysefjorden. the name means "kjerag boulder" or "kjerag bolt". the wonders of nature.

  • Meghan Turnure

    Kjeragbolten, a 5 m³ boulder wedged in a mountain crevasse by the edge of the Kjerag mountain. It is possible to walk onto the rock without any equipment, but there is a direct 1000 m drop below down to Lysefjorden, so to walk onto it requires good nerves and steady feet. The name means "Kjerag Boulder" or "Kjerag Bolt." add that to the bucket list

  • Erin Denny

    #Norway #noway

  • Amazing Singles

    BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE - Single Travelers, Norway is just one of the many places you could go to on a Singles Adventure Tour... Check our list of Singles Travel Specialists and Providers - From Amazing Singles - the Hottest Singles Resource on the Web… visit www.amazingsingles.com

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