Pulpit Rock

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Pulpit Rock
One of Norway’s most iconic images is of a traveler dangling their legs over a cliff with a glistening fjord below. Preikestolen, known in English as Pulpit Rock, is that cube-shaped cliff that can only be reached by a two-hour hike from the nearest car park. That doesn’t stop thousands of people undertaking the journey from April to October. If you decide to join them, bring sturdy shoes, plenty of snacks and water, and warm clothing regardless of the weather. For a less strenuous day out, ferries run along the Lysefjord from Stavanger and offer the benefit of bathrooms, shelter and a kiosk selling snacks. You’ll see the cliff from below and also discover the vagabonds cave and taste the water from the Hengjande waterfall.
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Pulpit Rock, Forsand, Norway