Kjeragbolten Boulder In Rogaland, Norway
The Kjeragbolten boulder of Rogaland in Norway is actually a glacial rock that remained stuck in a crack of the Kjerag Mountain for thousands of years now. The boulder is very popular with tourists, especially with those who are looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush, but those who just want to admire the heavenly views from above also visit the site quite frequently. Sitting at an altitude of 3,228 feet, Kjeragbolten is a perfect spot to practice BASE-jumping.
Rogaland was shaped and reshaped by the melting waters of the glacial periods several times, but it was during the last ice age that took place in approximately 50,000 B.C.E that this renowned boulder became wedged in place. Offering picturesque views of its surrounding environment, Kjeragbolten is a popular site for photographs, and it is also a well-known photo op of the Kjerag trails.