A hike to Kjerag & Kjeragbolten was one of the absolute highlights of my Norway trip. At 1,084 m above sea level, mountain Kjerag is the highest peak in the Lysefjord. Here you can take a picture of the famous Kjeragbolten boulder and enjoy the view from the mountain plateau.
You need to be in good physical shape before heading out on this mountain hike. In some places, you have to pull yourself up and slide down with a help of wire, therefore the hike is demanding even for experienced hikers. Be especially aware if it rains as the trail can get slippery.
The starting point is at the parking lot at Øygardstøl where they charge you 30€ parking fee.
Distance: ca. 10,2 km
Duration: ca. 6-8 h
Ascent: 590 m
Flyback Frutigen. M’n eerste officiële hike en fly race. In juli kon ik bij @eigertour eraan ruiken als fotograaf. Vandaag was het dan zover. Bekend terrein voor mij hier in Frutigen. Helaas was er weinig thermiek en boven de 2000m 60km/u wind. Daarom was de route aangepast. Bij ieder controlpoint en turnpoint kon je punten verzamelen. 6 vluchten van totaal 32 minuten. 7 uur en 28 minuten gelopen. Meer dan 20km en 2400+ hoogtemeters. Als 17e geëindigd met 1400 punten, meer dan tevreden! Op naar de volgende race. 😎
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Day 5 of our 8 day bender in South Lake Tahoe, @luke_sullyy@briandemott and I just finished an epic day @mammothmountain and started to head back north toward Lake Tahoe. As we approach 395 North all we see is vehicles stopped and further north a wind storm of snow covers the valley as well as the highway. Long story short I found a route via Google Maps out of California into Nevada and north until we could cut back into California. Along the way we encountered so many amazing scenes. It was almost as if nature intended for us to go this route. This is one of many reasons I document moments. I'll never forget making one of my best friends pull over for what felt like the millionth time to snap this photo. Both of my friends who were with me are not photographers but felt so inspired by what was around us that it wasn't long before they started calling out shots and wanting to pull over as well. For that moment in time all three of us were connected via the elements, the beautiful world around us, and capturing it to remember forever. ❄️🗻❄️
Lenticular Clouds are often perceived to the naked eye as ‘Saucers’ or ‘Saucer Clouds.’ Strongly resembling a UFO, there has been an incredibly high amount of ‘UFO Sightings’ by various people, only to find out they are actually Lenticular Clouds!