Thousands of people make their way to the Lysefjord every year to visit the impressive views and climb along the amazing mountain formations carved in by the glaciers from the ice age. Preikestolen, the Pulpit Rock, and Kjerag being the most famous ones. Lysefjord translates to light fjord, this name is said to of come about due to the lightly coloured granite rocks. The Lysefjord is located in the county of Rogaland, south in Fjord Norway, near to Haugesund and Stavanger. Not only does offer breathtaking views but ithas also become a popular place to try out adrenaline filled sports such as base jumping and mountain climbing.