However, despite the popularity of rock, not everyone can climb on it. The point is not in the constraints or cost of the ticket, the problem is the difficulty of the climb. Pulpit is not equipped with cable cars, the only man-made land at the foot of the cliff, is a parking lot. Before you go to the rock, try to assess your physical abilities. The load on the body, especially in the heart, when lifting is large, because of the constant slope. Preikestolen is one of the objects, which are used for BASE jumping – parachuting. According to statistics, as of today, from a cliff about 30 thousand athletes have jumped. If you are traveling by yourself, then you can get to the Preikestolencan by a conventional bus, which is quite often goes in the direction of the city. For motorists, it will be easier to find on the map Norway Forsand Commune, which will be the reference point.
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