I finally managed to get to the famous Kjeragbolten. The one way trip took us about 2h with constant climbing up and going down over 3 mountains. There are placed chains all over the mountain range for safety and easy climb. It was worth it. Kjeragbolten itself is pinched between two mountains over 1000 meters deep abyss. Looks even better in person but my question to you is. Do you dare to stand on it?
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We witnessed a completely unexpected sunset as the lake became more and more still and the clouds broke apart. Just minutes before this was a thunderstorm that confined us in our tents. It just goes to show that you can never predict anything in the backcountry. Just grateful we were able to witness this as I pulled out my @Sony#Xperia1 to snap a couple of shots before grabbing my main camera. It’s incredible how far phone camera technology has evolved these days and I was genuinely surprised to find how stunning the images looked straight out of camera without needing to edit or retouch. Definitely keeping this thing around everywhere I go. Check my stories for more.