Imagine you are at the edge of the cliff, sitting on the edge, with no security. Pulpit Rock in Norway is a 604-meter-high cliff and so sought the tourists who brave. Prepare your heart while visiting here. A rectangular-shaped rock jutting into the sea became one of the famous tourist attractions in Norway. Prelkestolen or better known as Pulpit Rock is a natural tourist attraction that must be visited when you were there. Pulpit Rock located in Ryfylke, City of Rogaland, western Norway.
Visitors can reach the Pulpit Rock with a 1 hour drive from the city of Stavanger, one of the four major cities in Norway. Travel by car will end up in the parking lot of Preikestolen Fjellstue. From there visitors can hike the length of time of about 1-3 hours, depending on the experience and strength of the body respectively.
If you do not want to the top of the hill, you can use the ferry. From Stavanger, en route to the Pulpit Rock by ferry takes about 1 hour. Visitors can enjoy the waters around the base of the cliff of Pulpit Rock.
To get to the top of the Pulpit Rock cliff, visitors must climb along 604 meters of Preikestolen Fjellstue. Hiking is not recommended during the winter and spring. As long as there was still some snow, there was still a danger. With the snow, the rocks become more slippery and very prone to accidents. The best time to visit this cliff is from April to October.
Shoes with hard rubber soles are the main capital to climb the cliff. Cliff with a rectangular shape has an area of 25×25 meters. Large rock jutting into the sea is promising an incredible experience. Many visitors were able to casually sit in riparian without any safety.
Although there is no fence or special security, Pulpit Rock never casualties. But there are some people who chose to commit suicide here. The Austrian pair had come here and chose to end their life by jumping from a top of the cliff. Beyond that, Pulpit Rock is an incredible place. You can feel the sensation of being at the top of the world. From there, you can see the blue sea that stretches straight and green trees far below. Come and experience yourself the other side of Norway.