Preikestolen - Pulpit Rock Norway

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock is worth the walk.

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock is one of the most visted natural attractions in Norway. It's on an overhang at the top of a sheer cliff that looms 604 meters (2,100 ft.) over the fjord. The breath-taking view from the 24 meter square plateau atop the cliff is well worth the walk to get there. Over 200,000 do it every year. They do it because the reward when they get to Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock is a really awesome view and a once-in-a-lifetime next-to-nature experience.

The route to Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock is clearly marked:

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock route markers

The route up to Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock:

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock walk up

At the top of Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock:

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock plateau

604 meters straight down from Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock:

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock sheer cliff

The route back from Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock:

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock return