Kjeragbolten is a cobblestone located on the mountain Kjerag in southern Norway. The rock features a 5-cubic-metre glacial deposit sandwiched in the mountain's cleft. Being a popular tourist destination it is accessible without climbing equipment.
The boulder is situated of Lysebotn and is suspended above a 984-metre deep abyss. However, that is not a barrier for numerous base jumpers.
A summer hike to Kjeragbolten is one of the most thrilling in the world. Long queues usually form with people who desire to take a photo at the site. Waiting times can be from a few minutes to over an hour.
Kjeragbolten hiking season is June to September. During the winter, the trail could be quite dangerous. From October to May or even June the road is closed due to snowy conditions.