Norway's Kjeragbolten boulder was wedged in place around 50,000 B.C.
If you're looking for a high altitude fix when the snows subside, you may want to consider Norway's Kjeragbolten. Wedged firmly in place around 50,000 B.C, the boulder for bolder hikers bridges a 6 1/2-foot gap 3,228 feet above the stony abyss of Lysefjord, a 26-mile-long fjord popular with BASE jumpers. The same glacier that carved the fjord left Kjeragbolten stranded in Kjerag Mountain, jamming it in place before melting away during the last Ice Age. Kjeragbolten, which means "Kjerag..Read More →