Postcard Perfect — By christinegarvin on September 26, 2011 at 9:44 am

Though Norway may be better known for Vikings and salmon, Pulpit Rock is one of its most famous attractions. Located in western Norway, visitors must hike about two and a half miles, climbing about 1,982 feet along the way, to reach the gorgeous views afforded at the edge of this cliff.

When the winter brings snow that makes the trek slippery, you can take a ferry along the Lysefjord beneath Pulpit Rock. Either way, views of the region are tremendous, and this cliff formed during the Ice age should not be missed when visiting the country.

Tags: cliffs, Norway, Pulpit Rock, snow, Vikings

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