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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

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Kjeragbolten is a boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway. Below the boulder is a sheer drop of about 3200 feet (1000 meters) to Lysefjorden

This place in Norway it is called Kjerag and it is located near Stavanger on the south west coast. On the rock you are 1000 meter above the fjord.

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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.

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