Success- one of the iconic places to see in Norway. The glaciers carved the granite over 11,000 years ago and when they retreated, they left a 'chockstone' wedged between 2 cliffs.
It is a 2 hour hike with 500 meters of elevation gain over 3 rocky humps. About 5 kilometers over to Kjerag and then to the chockstone, the trail follows stone flags (with a red T) up and down on stone steps, some steeper areas using chains. If it were raining or snow, it would be quite slippery and dangerous, hence the recommendation to do it on a dry, sunny day!
|The hike profile|
|Some chains for steep or slippery sections|
|only 1000 meters of air down to Lysefjord!|
|Stone steps built by Sherpas from Nepal|