Preacher’s Pulpit Rock – Preikestolen is One of the Most Visited Natural Tourist Attractions in Norway – TRAVOH

Preacher’s Pulpit Rock – Preikestolen is One of the Most Visited Natural Tourist Attractions in Norway

Preacher's Pulpit Rock - Preikestolen is One of the Most Visited Natural Tourist Attractions in Norway

The Pulpit Rock was formed during the last ice age around 10,000 years ago when a glacier carved out the edge of the cliff. Massive weight and pressure from walls of frozen water and ice broke off big angular blocks of the mountain in a slow and methodical push that eventually receded to reveal the fjord below.

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