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September 9, 2012 / samwilson60

Lysefjord from above

Waking early and finding it wasn’t pouring down, we decided we should see what all the fuss was about up at Pulpit Rock. When Sam ran over one of campsites power points, we decided the time was right to make a swift exit (after profuse apologies). We made surprisingly light work of the two-hour climb, given how sedentary the last few weeks have been, and really enjoyed stretching our legs. The weather just about held out and the views were spectacular.

After literally jogging back down from the rock, we had a well-earned cuppa, bought a better map and set off to the best wild camp we could have hoped for, on the tiny island of Randoy (the bar has been set high but we take that as a challenge).

We even had our first campfire of the trip, albeit a small and relatively brief one.

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