Kjeragbolten or "Kjerag Boulder" or "Kjerag Bolt", a 5 m³ boulder wedged in a mountain crevasse by the edge of the Kjerag mountain, Lysefjorden, in Forsand municipality, Norway. It is possible to walk onto the rock without any equipment, but there is a direct 241 m drop below and then another tumble of 735 m down to Lysefjorden, so to walk onto it requires good nerves and steady feet.
Bukhansan or Bukhan Mountain, is a mountain on the northern peripheries of Seoul, South Korea. At 836.5 meters above sea level and bordering a considerable part of the city, Bukhansan is a major landmark visible from most districts of the metropolis. The name "Bukhansan" means "Mountain north of the Han," referring to its location approximately ten kilometers to the north of the Han River.
Meteora is one of the best regions in Greece for climbing. The history of climbing in this place dates back from the ancient times, when the ihnabitants of ancient Aeginio found shelter here, in order to avoid attacks from bandits.
Preikestolen aka Pulpit Rock, is a huge Norwegian tourist attraction. The almost flat cliff is 25 by 25 meters (82 by 82 feet) with a sheer drop of over 600 meters (1982 feet). source:www.lovethesepics.com