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05/08/2013 08:47 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

BASE Jumping Off Kjeragbolten In Norway (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Ever feel like you're just stuck between a rock and a hard place? Well these people actually are.

Although, not really stuck.

They willingly hiked the 984 meters (over 3200 ft.) up Kjerag mountain in Rogaland, Norway and sought out the Kjeragbolten.

The Kjeragbolten is a massive boulder wedged in the crevice of this Norwegian mountain. It has become a popular tourist attraction for its beauty and wonder and because it's a prime location for BASE jumping. Which, for those of you who don't know, is the art of jumping off incredibly high places, using a parachute to soften your landing.

To see what that free-fall feeling is like without having to actually jump, watch the video above and check out the photos of the incredible wonder below.

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