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Preikestolen Basecamp

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Preikestolen Basecamp Photo: Preikestolen Basecamp
Preikestolen Basecamp Photo: Preikestolen Basecamp
Preikestolen Basecamp Photo: Preikestolen Basecamp
Preikestolen Basecamp Photo: Preikestolen Basecamp
Preikestolen Basecamp Photo: Preikestolen Basecamp

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Pulpit Rock Base Camp consists of three different Camps: Mountain Camp, Tree Camp and Water Camp - for 15 people to stay the night at each site.

You can spend the night in a tree, be suspended on a mountainside or in a hammock just above the sea. Every location has a stack of activities: swimming, fishing, obstacle races, climbing, nature walks, making food, orienteering, canoeing, abseiling and team activities.

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    • eco-lighthouse

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Pulpit Rock Base Camp consists of three different Camps: Mountain Camp, Tree Camp and Water Camp - for 15 people to stay the night at each site. You...

Preikestolen Basecamp

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