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  • Lillian Widener

    Favorite Places

  • Maryering Castaneda

    Preachers Rock, Norway. I would love to be sitting right at the edge of this rock.

  • Toni Abraira

    Preachers Rock or Pulpit Rock in Ryfylke, Norway is a massive cliff 604 meters. The hike takes 1-3 hours depending on experience and fitness level. Best season to hike the trail is from April to October. Sturdy shoes and rain gear are recommended for the hike. The cliff was formed during the Ice age, about approximately 10,000 years ago.

  • Kat T

    Preachers Rock, Pulpit, Norway. Beautiful and Amazing Places in the World Click here to join natural wonders cool mail Preachers Rock, Pulpit, Norway If you love to travel, take note of this post. After all, here are some of the most beautiful places in the world. 25 more places after the break... Blue Caves - Zakynthos, Greece Skaftafeli, Iceland Plitvice Lakes, Croatia Turquoise Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China Hotel Four

  • Paul Knutson

    Preachers Rock, Preikestolen, Norway. I don't have much for a bucket list, but going to this place is one........so far.

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