The Kjeragbolten, or Kjerag Boulder, is a unique attraction located near the city of Stavanger in Norway. Essentially a boulder wedged between two cliffs, a drop of 241 metres greets visitors on two of its sides.
Adventurous souls visiting Kjeragbolten can choose to rest after their visit at the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger. With superb Stavanger accommodation, sumptuous food and the Elexia fitness centre, the hotel has everything guests need for a comfortable stay in Stavanger.
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Kjeragbolten - not for the faint of heart
The Kjeragbolten measures five cubic metres and connects two rock walls - however, the rock overlooks a direct drop of 241 metres, which then gives way to a further 735 metre fall. Brave visitors of Kjeragbolten often jump onto the boulder for a unique photo opportunity with a backdrop looking down nearly a kilometre of rock face.
Further on from the boulder is Kjerag's northern wall. The wall has a 984-metre drop down to the water below, making it one of Norway's most popular spots for base jumping.
Visitors can reach the Kjeragbolten from Stavanger by taking the RV13 and the Lysebotn-Moen ferry, a journey taking about two and a half hours.
Staying at the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger
When taking the challenge to stand atop the Kjeragbolten, book in at the Radisson Blu Atlantic Hotel, Stavanger. Located in the major city nearest to Kjeragbolten, this hotel in Stavanger allows guests to explore the city and the many natural wonders of Norway.
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