Preikestolen, also known as the stone pulpit is located at an altitude of 604 meters above the sea cliff and one of the biggest tourist attractions in Norway. During the same period only climbs up there almost a hundred thousand people.
From the top of Preikestolen and almost vertical edge, you can enjoy the Lysefjord.
Cliff of this shape was created approx. 10 000 years ago as a result of business heavy frost, which caused cracks in the rock. The cracks accumulated ice, which further contributed to the crushing rocks.
Above the same fjord is also another tourist attraction - Kjerag mountain, famous for jammed between two rocks boulder.