The top of Preikestolen, almost on top of the world. Or at least that is how it feels.
In this post from last year I already showed you the challenging path I had to walk to reach the top of Preikestolen. Compared to that rough path you can imagine that we were quite delighted that the road by the end of the trail was almost flat like in this photo.
The most challenging path I’ve walked this year, the path to Preikestolen. It is quite a hike, but it’s worth it!
More: The Daily Post | Path
Preikestolen seen from the the water, looking forward to the hike that would lead us to the ‘small’ rock plateau high up in the sky to see the beautiful fjord from above.
In case you missed it, in this post I showed some photos of the view from the edge of Preikestolen!
See more: The Daily Post | Anticipation
I have been offline for a while, but the weekly photo challenge Edge was the perfect subject to upload some photos again!
A few weeks ago I was traveling in Norway for the first time and we could not skip the hike to Preikestolen, a steep cliff which rises 604 meters above the Lysefjorden. After a 2,5 hour hike we literally stood on the edge of this plateau to enjoy the breathtaking views.