Norway: The gigantic cliffs of the Kjerag mountains

In the Kjerag Mountains in Norway, we can find some of the steepest cliffs in the world. Among them a wall of more than 1000 meters of free fall ideal for practicing Base Jumping or Base Jumping. In fact, in recent years it has become the favorite travel destination for lovers of this modality. The Kjerag Plateau is located on the southern side of the Lysefjorden in Rogaland and is a well-known tourist destination. Especially for lovers of jumping into the void. Another attraction of the place is the famous Kjerag rock. On the west side of the plateau appears a 5 m³ rock, wedged in a crack 1,000 meters above the fjord, giving the impression of being suspended in the air. To get to Kjerag you have to start the tour at the Øygardstølen restaurant (near Lysebotn). The journey to the cliff does not take more than two hours.

See map and how to get there.