The Ultimate Cliff Hanger
The extremely steep cliff named Preikestolen in Ryfylke, Norway stands out dramatically reflecting its own appearance in the crystal clear waters of Lysefjord, creating a stunning view that will blow your mind. Actually, this steep rockface was formed during the Ice Age.
The edges of the glacier bumped up against the mountains and let the water into the crevices of the mountain, cutting off colossal portions. What was left behind was this dramatically steep cliff of Preikestolen.
The rock face known as Pulpit Rock or Preacher’s Pulpit stretches across 25 by 25 meters plateau and 604 meters above the mesmerizing glittering water of Lysefjord. Some visitors say it reminds them on the Roadrunner cartoons.