What magic does the Norwegian three stones have? The complete guide to trekking in Norway

What do you think of when you hear Norway? Deep fjords, mesmerizing Northern Lights in winter, super fresh but expensive seafood while silently tightening your wallet. But someone will tell you that they spent over 20,000, flew over 7,000 kilometers, hiked dozens of kilometers in three days, just to see a few bare rocks. Come and take a look at the magical stones in Norway!


"God's Pulpit"! A relic from the Ice Age, ranked by CNN as the number one most magnificent natural landscape in the world. Rising abruptly from the sparkling waters of the Lysefjord, it is like a natural wonder! Due to its steep upright position over the fjord, the terrain is high and wide, and often there are strong winds blowing. At this time, it takes courage to stand on the edge and admire the view. Some people are even afraid to stand up, instead opting to sit or crawl forward. Regardless of their approach, daring to approach the edge of the rock, even if it means showing respect for nature by crawling, is admirable.

Miracle stone

A natural masterpiece conquered by brave adventurers. As one of the most renowned tourist attractions in Norway, this rock, which is as large as 5 cubic meters, is wedged in the cliff at the top of the Sheringer mountain in Norway, about 1000 meters away from the valley. Known as the "miracle stone", it is also a "stone of the brave". If you have the courage to climb up to the top of the miracle stone, you can enjoy the endless scenery of the valley below. However, for timid travelers, it is necessary to remind them "not to look down", in case their legs go weak and bid farewell to the world.

Huge tongue rock

The real temptation of the tongue, difficult to reach but absolutely stunning. Devil's Tongue is a huge rock hovering over 1000 meters above sea level on the surface of the ocean, known as the Pulpit Rock of Hardangervidda, with a majestic atmosphere. As we all know, Norway is symbolized by trolls. This flat and long rock protruding from the mountain cliff is like the tongue of a troll, stretching out into the high altitude above the lake, making people feel frightened when they see it, hence the name. This hiking trail is difficult and not suitable for the elderly and children.