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Norway’s soaring mountain staircases

Norway is blessed with beautiful sceneries, one includes the soaring mountain staircase providing a breath-taking view.

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Norway is blessed with beautiful sceneries, one includes the soaring mountain staircase providing a breath-taking view.

The rock platform is surrounded by a deep forest and is so high that a staircase is needed to reach the mountain. It is one of the most favorite places for tourists. The path to get there narrows from a broad plateau to an exposed extremity leading to an obvious, yet vertiginous, viewpoint that feels as if it could collapse at any moment.

The staircase is well-engineered and is constructed in the South-west of Norway. There’s an ancient beauty to the stairway. It comes with the history of about decades ago which is one factor of its popularity. Preikestolen is now among Norway’s most hiked trails, with some 331,000 visitors reaching its exposed top in 2019. It has made a record of most visitors visiting the place.

With that, the staircase consists of about 400 steps and a tunnel. Partly as a result of the Sherpa stairs, on a late autumn’s morning on the Lysefjord, hiking can feel pretty idyllic. The place faced a downfall during the pandemic when air travel was banned for a few countries. However, after that, the place again got back on its route with a ton of tourists coming again and again.

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