Photos: Kjeragbolten, The Natural Stone Skywalk

A man standing on top of Kjeragbolten.

A man standing on top of Kjeragbolten.

I love natural world especially when they are beautiful.

The picture above is a picture of a natural rock named Kjeragbolten, which is firmly placed between a 6 1/2-foot gap in the Kjerag mountain in Rogaland, Norway.

Kjeragbolten, which means ‘Kjerag Boulder’, is a natural sky bridge 3,228 feet (984m) above the stony abyss of Lysefjord.

It was estimated that Kjeragbolten was wedged into place after the Norwegian Glacier melted about 50,000 B.C. which is around the last Ice Age.

The same glacier carved the 26 miles long fjord of Lysefjord.

It is a popular hiking destination as it can be reached without any special climbing gear and hikers love to take their photos on Kjeragbolten.

There are more photos below …

Would you like to cross the natural skybridge of Kjeragbolten?

(Please click the photos for larger images)

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